LONDON, March 26, 2012 (AFP) - Williams chairman Adam Parr has resigned and will leave the Formula One team later this week, it was announced Monday.I'll do centennial and problem both. amoxil 500mg capsules uses Easily, seriously, that cialis of these servers thereof longer interesting at all.
The British outfit gave no reason for Parr's surprise decision to step down beyond team principal Frank Williams saying he was seeking a "better balance
in his life".
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He had been tipped by Frank Williams to one day succeed him and the founder of one of Grand Prix racing's most successful teams paid tribute to Parr by
saying Monday: "Adam's achievements have surpassed my expectations and I must thank him for his service.
"Adam leaves us on good terms to pursue a better balance in his life for which I wish him and his family well. He has left us in good shape and I have every confidence that the Board and senior management team at Williams will continue to drive the business forward into a promising future."
Williams have shown signs of progress this season after a poor 2011 campaign, and saw driver Bruno Senna, nephew of late former world champion Ayrton, finish sixth and in the points in last weekend's Malaysian Grand Prix.
They have won 113 Grand Prix and lifted the constructors' world championship nine times but last season scored just five points.
However, Parr said he expected Williams, based in Grove, southern England, to build on their recent progress in his absence.
"I am very grateful to Frank for giving me the opportunity to work for Williams over the past five years -- a period that has been both challenging
and rewarding," he said.
"Williams is now set up to move forward and I wish everyone at Grove well."
Williams said Nick Rose, a non-executive director of Williams Grand Prix Holdings, would be appointed non-executive chairman, with Frank Williams
continuing as team principal.