Williams FW36 runs for the first time at Jerez

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Williams FW36, Jerez, 2014

Williams’ latest F1 car, the FW36, has run for the first time at Jerez.

Here’s the car seen in public for the first time using the team’s heritage livery.

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16 comments on Williams FW36 runs for the first time at Jerez

  1. Well, this aint that bad compared to what we have seen so far.
    So the team heritage livery is all dark blue and no white?

  2. Oscar (@oscar) said on 28th January 2014, 15:35

    Well…it could have been worse…

  3. GeeMac (@geemac) said on 28th January 2014, 15:36

    Nice little detail on the mirrors, using the turning vanes on the top of the sidepods to mount the mirrors.

  4. Kelsier (@kelsier) said on 28th January 2014, 15:38

    In what way is it a heritage livery? It does not look like any williams I ever saw.

  5. ECWDanSelby (@ecwdanselby) said on 28th January 2014, 15:51

    Livery will change. Always does by the time the season starts.

  6. Jarv F150 (@jarvf150) said on 28th January 2014, 15:53

    Probably the second best looking after the Merc.

    Hope it moves a little better than last year.

  7. Bullfrog (@bullfrog) said on 28th January 2014, 16:32

    Nice little video of it (& the Force India) from an interested spectator:
    http://instagram.com/p/jt-7EJnLag/ (Video by massafelipe)
    I think those big exhausts really help the sound. And they’re shifting through the gears quickly – Monaco will be a very busy lap!

  8. Jack (@jmc200) said on 28th January 2014, 18:09

    This is a very pretty car, the only ones I like are the Mercedes, Sauber and this. Caterham and Ferrari are taking the **** with their ugliness!

  9. audioecology said on 28th January 2014, 19:54

    @bullfrog – thanks for the video! The turbo is sounding amazing. The dark blue I think is great and the car is looking much much better than on the renders :) The shape makes sense aerodynamically – as opposed to the caterham..

  10. greg-c (@greg-c) said on 28th January 2014, 23:03

    Even without using the full power (video by bullfrog) , i can see that these cars will be faaaaaaaast, , there will be so much torque on tap coming out of those corners it should be quite a handful under race/quali conditions, Awesome power plants, I just wish all the trickery crap (ers drs ) was gone and it was a straight turbo motor , fat slicks and a little bit of downforce, but it is what it is and I cant wait to see these cars fired out of corners in anger.

  11. The best looking 2014 F1 by far.
    The dark blue paint is amazing. Brutal and classy.

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