Tech Notes: Team revolution, car evolution at Williams
The FW34 needs to do a good deal better than its predecessor if Williams is to fight for consistent points. Craig Scarborough takes a look at the first car produced by the team's new blood
Williams left the unveiling of its latest challenger until the morning of the first day of Jerez testing. The new FW34 was wheeled out in front of the garage and, shortly after, commenced testing.
This no-nonsense event is typical Williams practice, but the 2012 Williams team is a very different group to that which carried out a similar process last year. After a disastrous year in 2011, there was a complete overhaul of the top level of technical management, what Frank Williams called "a fresh start".
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