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Author Topic: Williams - you aint seen nothing yet  (Read 2862 times)

Offline Wizzo

Williams - you aint seen nothing yet
« on: March 14, 2006, 05:23:27 AM »
Williams intends to attack Sepang with all guns blazing. The team plans to introduce revised sidepod and chimney winglets as well as mechanical developments to its potent FW28 in time for the Malaysian Grand Prix.

Rosberg had a stunning debut race, (apart from the hair  ;) ) and Webber put in a good run, but technical director Sam Michael believes the new Williams-Cosworth is capable of much more.

"We are going to Malaysia aggressively after the excellent performance of the FW28 at the last race and, with our partners Cosworth and Bridgestone, we intend to deliver, he said. We will have a couple of aerodynamic improvements for the FW28 in Malaysia, the updates part of our planned development programme.

Rosberg impressed everybody and he could have finished on the podium had he not collided with Nick Heidfeld at the first corner, best of all, theres another race this weekend - WOOHOO!  8)

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