Sponsorship will also end result in name change to Williams Martini Racing
By: Autoweek Personnel on March 6, 2014
LAT PHOTOGRAPHIC – Williams Martini Racing unveiled the new livery for the FW36.
The Williams Formula One particular crew on Thursday unveiled its a lot-anticipated Martini livery in London, and it confirmed that the team, which contains drivers Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas, will now be known as Williams Martini Racing.
The Italian company was a title sponsor of Tecno (1972-73), Brabham (1975-77) and Lotus (1979). Far more just lately, it was involved in F1 with Ferrari.
The new livery for the FW36 race auto harks back to the white utilised by Brabham in its first season, which was also utilised by Porsche and Lancia in sports activities-car racing and rallying.
“We are thrilled to welcome Martini to the Williams loved ones and officially launch Williams Martini Racing,” stated Frank Williams, founder and crew principal of Williams F1. “Williams and Martini share a rich history in the globe of motorsport, and the values of our 2 brand names and our shared passion for racing make this partnership a organic fit. It will be excellent to see the distinctive stripes of Martini Racing return to Formula 1 when once more in unison with Williams.”
LAT PHOTOGRAPHIC – Williams Martini Racing drivers Susie Wolff, Valtteri Bottas, Felipe Massa and Felipe Nasr with the FW36.
LAT PHOTOGRAPHIC – The Williams Martini livery was unveiled on Thursday.
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