Williams reveal new 2024 livery

Williams have shown off their 2024 livery with a special launch event in New York. The FW46 has a tweaked black and blue look compared to last year’s car.

There is a thin strip around the nose and sidepods, which ‘represents the team’s British identity and its heritage to the previous Williams cars, including the 1985 FW10 as driven by Nigel Mansell and Jacques Villeneuve’s championhip-winning 1997 FW19.

Alongside its existing partners, Japanese manufacturing giant Komatsu has joined the team this season, featuring on the sidepods of its updated livery after signing a multi-year deal.

“It is a significant milestone to unveil the 2024 livery at an iconic location in New York City,” said team principal James Vowles.

“The FW46 has been the focus of the team for many months and there is still a tremendous effort going in from everyone at Grove to deliver our challenger for this year.

“As we look to build on the momentum from last season, we have a driver line-up in Alex and Logan that is capable of consistently fighting for points while helping lead our development for the future.”

The new darker colour look seems nice and yet lets see how competitive this car will be in the upcoming season. Best wishes to Williams.

3 thoughts to “Williams reveal new 2024 livery”

  1. Alex Albon declared that Williams have “definitely done a good job” as the team launched their “very different” 2024 Formula 1 challenger, the F46, on Monday.

    Williams took a leap forward in 2023 as Albon led the team to seventh in the constructors’ standings, sealing their highest finish since 2017, but are targeting further progress during the upcoming campaign.

    “It looks great, I love it,” said Albon, who finished 13th in the 2023 drivers’ standings. “It’s subtly evolved over the last year.

    “There’s always opportunities to improve. And then also trying to understand what this new car’s going to be like. I think it’s going to be such a big difference in driving styles, and hopefully performance.

    “I feel like every team is going to make a big step, everyone talks about numbers and how many points they’ve added on and how much quicker they are from last year. It’s all comparative, so let’s see how we fare against everyone else. But we’ve definitely done a good job. I don’t want to talk a big game too early, but let’s see.”


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