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Williams ramps up Advanced Engineering business

UK prime minister David Cameron officially opened Williams' new Advanced Engineering facility, as the F1 team underlined the progress of its offshoot business. The PM unveiled a dedicated 3800m/sq building, located on the same site as the Williams Martini Racing team, which is result of £8m investment by Williams over the last two years. The facility is a state-of-the-art R&D site that features a ground floor workshop, with F1-inspired build bays, which can be used for one-off projects or low-volume production. The facility will accommodate up to 250 design engineers and also features a number of confidential rooms where projects can be worked on in complete secrecy – vital given the...
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