Williams unveil 2008 race livery 03 Mar 2008
With just ten days to go until the Australian Grand Prix gets underway in Melbourne, Williams have unveiled on their 2008 car's definitive race livery. The blue and white design will grace the Toyota-powered FW30 throughout the coming season.
The British squad ran a series of six commemorative liveries over the winter testing period to mark their 30-year Formula One anniversary. The special paint jobs included one which featured handwritten messages from each of the teams seven world championship-winning drivers and another which bedecked the car with the statistical landmarks the squad will celebrate over the course of 2008.
Williams enjoyed a strong 2007 campaign, finishing fourth in the constructors' championship with 33 points. Their 2008 driver line-up again features Nico Rosberg, who is joined by new team mate Kazuki Nakajima and test driver Nico Hulkenberg.