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David Cameron opens Williams’ F1 new engineering facility

David Cameron opens Williams' F1 new engineering facilityPosted On 12 Jul 2014By : thisisf1Comment: 0 Prime Minister David Cameron has officially opened Williams’ new Advanced Engineering facility today in Grove, Oxfordshire. The Prime Minister was joined at the launch by Williams Team Principal Sir Frank Williams, Group CEO Mike O’Driscoll and Williams Advanced Engineering Managing Director, Craig Wilson. A dedicated 3,800m sq. building located on the same site as the WILLIAMS MARTINI RACING Formula One team, the new Advanced Engineering facility is the result of £8m of investment by Williams over the last two years. The facility is a state-of-the-art R&D site that features a ground...
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