Williams set launch date for FW43


Williams’ 2020 challenger, the FW43, will break cover on February 17, two days before it takes to the track at the Circuit de Catalunya for the start of winter testing.

The car, to be piloted in 2020 by George Russell and Nicholas Latifi, will be an important one for the team, tasked as it is with closing Williams back up to the midfield pack, after they endured a tough 2019 campaign that saw them score just one point.

READ MORE: Can Williams escape the back of the grid in 2020?

Williams recently announced a raft of changes to their technical line-up, meanwhile, with Dave Worner coming from Red Bull to take on the role of Chief Designer, while Jonathan Carter joins from Renault as the team’s new Deputy Chief Designer and Head of Design.

The FW43 will be unveiled on February 17 at 0800 GMT – but to get you in the mood, Williams produced the little teaser video below ahead of the car’s arrival…

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