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Williams FW28 - nose cone 02 February 2006

In contrast to the rear of the new Williams, which looks quite similar to its predecessor, the front is very different. A no-keel arrangement for the front suspension means the chassis is now higher, allowing more airflow to the bottom of the car. As a result, the nose cone is now very low, dropping noticeably towards its tip, with very short pillars connecting the front wing. At launch, the wing itself featured the same layout as at the final races of 2005, but this will change before Bahrain.