Despite the unique circumstances in which global sport has been affected in 2020, Will has maintained a key presence for Formula 1 throughout the pandemic. When racing commenced in July he was on the ground at all races in his official capacity as Digital Presenter for the sport. Continuing his role fronting the sport's official digital content, he continued to host his popular shows "Paddock Pass," "Tech Talk" and "F1Live" whilst also expanding his role to encompass an increased presence on F1TV, the Pitlane Channel and across F1's digital streams. 

2019 saw the release of Will's first book, My Greatest Defeat. An immediate best seller, 2020 sees the continuing promotion of the book with numerous appearances and signing sessions organised for the year ahead.

2021 sees the release of the third series of Drive to Survive, the hugely successful Netflix F1 documentary made by Box to Box films. Will's commentary and views on the season played a key role in the first two series, and he returns in Season 3. 


2020 saw Will's first appearance in the Official Formula 1 computer game, "F12020." Working with the world renowned Codemasters again in 2021, Will's immersive appearance in the game brings with it his continued enjoyment of Motion Capture acting at studios such as the legendary  Pinewood Studios, near London, UK.