A round-up of interesting Williams related stories found on the web this week:
Most F1 teams developed KERS that used batteries, but the Williams F1 team created an electromechanical flywheel system. Williams ultimately did not race that system owing to Formula One technical regulations.Why did the flywheel hybrid system never catch on for road cars?
Although the car was blurred, it appeared to be running in a dark livery, straying away from the white design that was raced with last year. Williams has previously used a navy blue livery through pre-season before launching its race design for the start of the season.Williams F1 completes FW43B shakedown at Silverstone
It is understood, however, that Haas may not be BWT’s only option, with sources revealing that the company has held talks with the Williams team too.Haas and Williams linked to BWT F1 sponsor move
BWT is now “very close to an agreement with Williams”.Williams, not Haas, to turn pink in 2021