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Williams 'in good shape' after FW36 test debut

Williams today debuted their Mercedes powered FW36 on track, a first time the wide public could see the car. The team however struggled with several eletrical issues and ended up running only a handful of laps on the first day at Jerez. Rod Nelson, Chief Test & Support Engineer: We had a few electrical issues today which, combined with needing to replace a sensor critical to the functioning of the Internal Combustion Engine, delayed our running. Despite this, we were able to complete a number of installation laps and one timed lap, and I now feel we are in good shape for tomorrow. The team have worked well to address the problems we had today and we are now focused on working through our...
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