Bottas unveils details of Williams FW35

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In an interview with Finnish broadcaster MTV3, Williams' new driver has talked a bit about the upcoming Williams FW35. He mentioned that the car's major change will be the different look of the nose, getting rid of the step that featured the top of the monocoque in 2012.

The Finnish rookie said "With the new rules, the step nose is straightened. That is the biggest difference in appearance. The new car is a development version of last year's. There are certain improvements in aerodynamics."

Development of the FW34 is a logical step, given that the car won the Spanish GP in the hands of Pastor Maldonado, and late in the season showed promise again as soon as the team reverted to its early season front wing.

Bottas also declared that the team focused on getting more traction in corners.

Although an official date is not revealed yet, the team is expected to present its car on the first day of testing, followed by 12 days of testing, 6 for each driver.


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