Claire Williams is not only determined to see the Williams legacy survive but she also wants it to thrive.
After far too many lean years, many are expecting Williams to get back in the fight this season with the new Mercedes-powered FW36.
Already, after just one race, the team has scored more than doubled their points tally from 2013.
Valtteri Bottas brought his Williams Martini racer home in fifth place in Sunday's season-opening Australian GP, netting 10 points, five more than the team managed the whole of lat season.
It was a welcome result for the team and what Williams, the deputy team principal, hopes is the start of a revival.
"I would hate for the Williams legacy to fade...
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