Williams showed off his their new F1 car for the 2020 FW43 earlier than planned, two days before the start of pre-season testing, and released digital photos.
The new FW43 will be driven by George Russell and debutant Nicholas Latifi, and for the seventh consecutive year Williams will use Mercedes power units.
“The team at the factory have been working incredibly hard on the development of the car for the 2020 season,” said car design boss Doug McKiernan.
“We have paid significant attention to understanding the problem areas of the FW42 and we have carefully chosen parts of the car to develop, those that would give us the most performance for the resources we have.”
“The main concept behind the FW43 is that it is a continuous development of the FW42, with no fundamental concept changes to the layout.”
“The most important indicator that we are on the right path will be the level of correlation we have between the tool kit we use to design the car and what the track data is telling us.”