Williams FW41 Mercedes

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Official car thread...

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How can we follow up on here when there’s still no official information? Surely we still need the speculation thread kept open?
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If the car is half as bad as this launch then they have issues.

No information of location, how you watch it and even the time is now seemingly wrong as it’s past 7pm.

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If Paddy Lowe has been able to bring the Chassis/Engine integration Manufacturer bonus that Mercedes currently enjoys with him to this design, Williams may be the Dark Horse of 2018 with the Stroll/Sirotkin development money.

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Event has started, according to Williams' twitter account. No info on where to watch it live

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Ferrari sidepods and merc fw 'cape' :D

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Looks good!
Seems the Ferrari sidepod design is a very popular one!
Good luck to Williams!

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Rear wing pillars like on SF70H as well. But SF70H could go much tighter right after sidepods

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Interesting winglet inside the sidepod
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There is always a way, and it usually doesn't work.

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T-Wing is still there, also note the freakishly long rear pullrods!
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