At the age of 7, Calan started his karting career as a member of the Wanneroo-base Tiger Kart Club where he competed in championships across Western Australia where he came second and third in the Western Cup Series. He made the move to formula racing in 2015 where he entered the Western Australian Formula Ford Championship with Grand Toyota and Impressions Homes, finishing 10th in the standing. He returned to the championship in 2016 with Fastlane Racing where he claimed 12 podiums and 5 wins, 6 poles and 8 fastest laps to take second in the standings. After his stint in the Australian Formula 3 Premier Series in 2017, he moved to the Euroformula Open Championship with Fortec Motorsports in 2018. His year wasn’t his best, finishing 11th in the standings before returning once more in 2019 with the same team to fight again. This time, he took home 13th in the standings.
Alongside the Euroformula Open Championship in 2019, Williams competed in the Toyota Racing Series with MTEC Motorsport where he claimed 183 points and 8th in the standings.
FIA Formula 3
In 2017, William’s entered the Australian Formula 3 Premier Series with Gilmour Racing. Out of all 16 races, Calan was on the podium 16 times with 11 of them being wins. He claimed 15 fastest laps and 6 poles, taking 232 points and first in the championship.
For the 2020 FIA Formula 3 Championship, Calan will be joining Jenzer Motorsport for his rookie year in the championship. He will be driving in car 20 alongside fellow rookie Matteo Nannini and returning driver Federico Malvestiti.