Green machine – Williams F1 teamed up with the King and Co. tree nursery to produce "The Williams Story" -- a display depicting the history of the nine-time constructors' champions.
Going for gold – The display at London's Chelsea Flower Show was awarded the prestigious gold medal. The topiary features a life-size F1 car and pit crew.
Teaming up – Williams co-founder and team principal Frank Williams alongside Paul King, the owner of the King and Co nursery.
Venezuelan victory – Williams celebrated a first grand prix victory since 2004 in Spain earlier this month, when Pastor Maldonado became the first driver from Venezuela to win a Formula One race.
Up in smoke – The team's post-race celebrations were cut short by a fire in their garage, and smoke from the blaze engulfed the pit lane at the circuit in Catalunya.
Fire damage – Seven people were hospitalized, while Williams also lost valuable parts and equipment. The British team thanked F1's other manufacturers for their support in helping prepare for this weekend's Monaco Grand Prix.