No launch for Williams FW32

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

The Cosworth CA2010 engines Williams and four other teams will use
The Cosworth CA2010 engines Williams and four other teams will use

Williams have confirmed they will not hold an official launch for their 2010 F1 car.

The Cosworth-powered car, likely to be called FW32, will make its debut at the first F1 test of 2010 at Valencia on February 1st.

With the plan for a joint launch in Valencia having failed some teams are skipping ‘launch season’ altogether and heading straight to testing.

Mercedes have already confirmed their new car will be at the first test.

However USF1 and Lotus earlier confirmed their cars will not be there, and Red Bull today told Autosport their RB6 will not appear at the first test.

Engine manufacturer Cosworth has confirmed its CA2010 engines (above) are ready for the teams to use and has begun shipping them.

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