Claire Williams insists that her team will never 'go the way of Tyrrell' and will remain a contender in Formula 1.
Williams, deputy team principal to her father Frank, says her dream is to see the team return to the top of the championship.
Williams has not won a championship since 1997 and has claimed just a single victory since 2004. But the team's form in Australia, where Valtteri Bottas finished in fifth place, suggests the squad is primed to rebound after a dismal 2013 season in which they amassed just five points and placed ninth in the championship.
"I would hate for the Williams legacy to fade away. There are stories that it will go the way of Tyrrell,"...
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