A round-up of interesting Williams related stories found on the web this week:
ESPN can reveal that FW38 will apparently keep the driver ‘fresher for longer’. The new car will also feature ‘chic white fascia and shiny stainless steel sides’. The cockpit will have ‘a special coating that prevents moulds and odours’; an ambition of the team ever since 1987 when Nelson Piquet had a nasty habit of relieving himself while driving.
Williams: Life In The Freezer
Huomenta ❄️ Good morning ?? Fresh air -24c pic.twitter.com/3YOvBK2WHz
— Valtteri Bottas (@ValtteriBottas) January 6, 2016
Williams is a name synonymous with Formula One, having made its debut back in 1977. It didn’t take long to establish itself as a force, either, with Alan Jones securing its first Drivers’ Championship in 1980, and Williams also taking the Constructors’ title that year. As the Autosport International Show prepares to mark the team’s achievements, we take a look at some of the key numbers behind its success.
A history of Williams in numbers