Last Updated: Monday, 28, November, 2005, 12:32
WilliamsF1 will introduce a new interim livery when it begins winter testing at Barcelona, ITV-F1.com can exclusively reveal.
The team, which starts work on the new Cosworth V8 engine at Barcelona on Tuesday, will be resplendent in midnight blue with white detailing on both its cars and trucks.
The hybrid FW27Cs will also carry the white flying chevrons and white nose flash that first appeared on Frank Williams Racing Cars in the late 1960s and early 1970s prior to the formation of Williams Grand Prix Engineering in 1977.
The livery came to prominence in 1969 on Piers Courage’s Brabham BT26.
WilliamsF1's cars have been predominantly white with blue flashes since the team joined forces with BMW in 2000.
But with the Munich manufacturer moving on to start its own team after buying Sauber, and principal sponsor HP's decision to quit F1, Williams has changed its identity to suit its current requirements.
As well as continued RBS branding the car also bears allegiance to new tyre supplier Bridgestone.
The team intends to run in these colours until its definitive livery is revealed at the launch of its car at the team's Grove HQ in the UK on January 27.
here is a link to the pic
Edited by narain fan, 28 November 2005 - 01:45 PM.