Describing Williams’ 2013 campaign as ‘disappointing’ is quite the understatement, as they only managed to score five points over the course of 19-race season.
The iconic outfit returned to their winning ways in 2012 with a stunning victory at the Spanish Grand Prix, thanks to the departing Pastor Maldonado, but couldn’t maintain the positive momentum this season.
The FW35 was doomed from the very beginning, as its exhaust system was declared illegal by the FIA on the day of the unveiling. A revised design was completed and both Pastor Maldonado and Valtteri Bottas, who was the teams test and reserve driver for three years, felt relatively happy with the progress made over the...
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