“The car is slated to be delivered to the race shop in mid-January and we’ll be ready to go to the first test in early February,” Coughlan told Williams’ magazine.
He said one Renault powered FW34 is already built “and we’ll shortly start our FIA crash test programme”.
Coughlan added that the car has already passed the FIA standard tests “in private testing”.
So that means that Redbull, Ferrari, Mclaren, Sauber and willaims will be at the first test prosumably.
i forgot to add a link but there were a few reports saying this i suppose but heres one http://www.f1reports.com/f1/article/13765/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter
Good to hear, hoping for a better year for williams.
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