What next for ‘embarrassed’ Williams in Barcelona?

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Feb 21, 2019, 5:57 AM

The 2019 Williams Formula 1 car finally hit the track at Barcelona on Wednesday afternoon, having missed two and a half days of the eight of pre-season testing.

Deputy team principal Claire Williams admitted the situation was “embarrassing” but remains optimistic that ground can be recovered.

F1 Reporter Scott Mitchell and technical editor Jake Boxall-Legge discuss Williams’s plight with Glenn Freeman, and outline the challenges now facing the team.

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Series Formula 1
Event Barcelona February testing
Teams Williams
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