Williams has unveiled the first images of the Williams Mercedes FW36, the team's 2014 Formula 1 challenger.
The FW36 is one of the most technically advanced Formula One machines built by Williams, the result of two years of research and development by the team's technical departments in Grove and utilising power from the team's new partner, Mercedes-Benz.
“There’s a lot more technology on the cars this year,” said Williams Chief Technical Officer Pat Symonds. “We’ve had turbo-charged engines in F1 before; what’s different this time is that it is much more than just an engine change, it is a completely different system. We’ve gone from a slightly hybridised normally aspirated...
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