Williams F1 presents new car

Gulf is back

After Haas and Red Bull, it is now Williams’ turn to show its new F1 car. Once again, it is mainly about the color scheme, although that does not cause too big changes.

Williams is the third team to share a preview of the new Formula 1 season. As with Haas and Red Bull, we are not yet seeing the real deal. That is to say, although the racing stable is talking about the FW45, we suspect that we really see last year’s FW44 here. The color scheme is new, although it must be said that Williams is not making a rigorous change compared to a year for the first time in a long time. It all looks pretty familiar.

What is really new is the Gulf logo on the rear wing. Williams announces that it has signed a sponsorship deal with the oil supplier. A big step for the private team, which was still so financially distressed until the takeover by Dorilton Capital. The deal does not yet result in the Williams being painted in the iconic Gulf livery, but who knows, this may change at one or more races this year. McLaren did it before, for example.

Williams again has driver Alexander Albon on loan from Red Bull in the car this year. Professional closing player Nicholas Latifi is no longer there, he has been replaced by the American debutant Logan Sergeant. After a promising debut season in Formula 2, he can now show his driving skills at the highest level.


– Thanks for information from Autoweek.nl

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