Williams has revealed its new-look livery for the 2020 Formula 1 season as it released renders of its FW43 on Monday morning.
Williams has endured a troubled spell on-track but last year signed a multi-year title sponsorship deal with ROKiT, and has taken on additional sponsorship from Sofina, Lavazza and Royal Bank of Canada.
The squad also extended its engine agreement with Mercedes through 2025.
Williams finished last in the 2019 Constructors’ Championship, scoring just one point, and failed to make it out of Q1, amid a lack of performance from its recalcitrant FW42.
Mercedes-backed George Russell is entering the second season of a long-term deal while he has been joined by Formula 2 runner-up Nicholas Latifi, who steps up from the role of test driver.
The FW43 is poised to make its track debut on Wednesday at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.
Racing Point will continue Formula 1’s launch season with an event set to be held at sponsor BWT’s headquarters in Austria later today (Monday).