Williams is one of the most historic teams in F1 with multiple championships and historic races. But in the last decade, Williams has struggled to get even a single win, and the 2022 season hasn’t seen any changes in the team yet. Nicholas Latifi still hasn’t managed to score a single point and the only 3 points the team has are scored by Alexander Albon and the team sits last in the standings. With almost all teams now having major upgrades rolled out, it turns out that WIlliams has one more to bring. But that should change in the near future.
Dave Robson, Williams’ head of engineering performance, stated that the team would soon be rolling out a major upgrade to the car. He didn’t reveal exactly the car’s exact upgrade, but he did explain that the car would follow what Aston Martin was doing and change the whole philosophy of the car. Aston Martin did something similar, but their sidepods were very similar to Red Bull’s upgrades. This caused a lot of controversy for the team, however the FIA took no legal action and the upgrades were perfectly legal.
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Williams hopes to score more points for the remainder of the season.
Robson explained that they completed the upgrade from the wind tunnel, but making the upgrade as quickly as possible would be a challenge. “We really started with the front wing and worked our way backwards. I’m sure there are many different ways you can do it and we don’t yet know which is best.” PlanetF1 quoted Robson
“In terms of the short term and the rest of this season, I think we’re committed to a concept that’s going to be a little different, visibly different than what you can see right now.”
Heading into the Canadian Grand Prix, Williams is at the bottom of the grid, 12 points behind Aston Martin after Vettel managed to move Aston Martin to 15 points after the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.
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https://firstsportz.com/f1-news-the-package-is-on-its-way-williams-announce-first-major-upgrade-for-the-team/ “The package is on the way,” Williams announces the first major upgrade for the team. » FirstSportz