Pastor Maldonado says the new aerodynamic package Williams added yesterday has clearly improved the FW35.
Valtteri Bottas expects the F1 field will be even closer than last year and says staying out of trouble and getting to the finish will be vital.
Valtteri Bottas says the FW35 already feels like an improvement over the previous Williams and believes the team have “found some tricks” for the new tyres.
Pastor Maldonado was very positive after his first run in the Williams FW35 yesterday.
Williams technical director Mike Coughlan says the addition of a Coanda exhaust to Williams’ new car should make them more competitive.
The Williams FW35 is the last of the new cars for 2013 to make its first appearance. Here are the first pictures of the car.
Williams have reorganised their race engineers ahead of the 2013 season.
Williams have confirmed development driver Susie Wolff will be the first to drive their new car in February.
Williams have confirmed executive director Toto Wolff has left the team to join one of its rivals.
Williams have become the first team to confirm they will run a 2012-specification car at the first test of 2013.
Former Williams chairman Adam Parr claims Bernie Ecclestone played a role of forcing him out of F1 in his book The Art of War.
Williams ended an eight-year wait for a Grand Prix win in 2012 but could have finished much higher in the championship with their FW34.
New Williams driver Valtteri Bottas says he’s eager to get back to racing after spending a year testing for the team.
Valtteri Bottas will make his Formula One race debut for Williams next year, the team has confirmed.
Williams say they will continue to bring updates to their car as they aim to pass Force India in the constructors’ championship in the final two races of the year.
Williams believe Pastor Maldonado could have finished on the podium had his KERS not failed during the first safety car period.
Williams chief operations engineer Mark Gillan said the Korean Grand Prix was the most disappointing race so far this year for the team.
Williams say their “extremely frustrating” weekend in Singapore has given them confidence about their car’s potential.
Toto Wolff has become an executive director at Williams, moving up from his previous position of non-executive director.
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