Having spent the winter testing in a dark blue livery, Williams have unveiled the blue and white colour scheme in which their cars will contest the 2009 FIA Formula One World Championship.
The latest version of Williams’ FW31 machine also boasts unusual looking fins on either side of the cockpit. Dubbed ‘skate fins’ because of their resemblance to the flat fish, they are designed to improve airflow to the car’s narrower and taller 2009-spec rear wing.
Williams have not won a race since the 2004 Brazilian Grand Prix, but hope the significant changes to this season’s regulations will help them improve on the eighth place they achieved in last year’s constructors’ standings.
The team’s driver line-up for 2009 remains unchanged, with Germany’s Nico Rosberg again joined by rising Japanese star Kazuki Nakajima.
Reverend Gooner wrote:I worry that the BBC will not give it full coverage. What i mean is i do not want to see football scores or sport updates flashing up/taking up a third of the screen while the race is on. I want 100% attention on the qualifying and on the race and i don't know if the BBC will do that.
gzagee wrote:It HAS to be back on the Beeb!
To be honest, I kinda lost interest when ITV took it on. Too many feckn ad breaks and that David Rosenthal & Steve Rider boring the tits off me!
Beeb should try and snatch Martin Brundle though. I like listening to him and watching him chase Bernie Ecclestone around the start line just before the race.
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