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Williams F1 Racing has revealed its 2023 livery



Williams F1 2023 livery

Williams F1 Racing has unveiled their 2023 car livery, marking the third car launch since the team’s ownership was transferred to Dorilton Capital from the Williams family in 2020.

Williams has unveiled its 2023 Formula 1 livery at a season launch event. The actual FW45 race car will be unveiled at a shakedown event next week.

The FW44, from last year, was the first vehicle to feature the new blue and red branding, which was created under the direction of former CEO and team boss Jost Capito. He departed Williams at the end of the year.

The blue and red branding from last year’s FW44 has been retained for the FW45. The new race car will make its debut at Silverstone on Monday, February 13th. Before the pre-season test, Williams will have another filming day in Bahrain.

Despite the fact that the car has not been made public yet, Williams has hinted at a significantly advanced sidepod design and changes to the front suspension arrangement.

Williams confirmed the arrival of Gulf as a “long-term partner,” though with limited branding on the vehicle.

The Chairman of the board, Matthew Savage, stated that Williams is continuing its transformation in 2023, with the goal of improving their on-track performance after finishing last in the constructor’s championship once more in 2022.


With Logan Sargeant taking over for Nicholas Latifi as teammate to Alex Albon, Williams has undergone a slight change in its commercial partnerships.

Along with Gulf, a number of new partners – Stephens, Michelob Ultra, and PureStream – have joined Williams, replacing Latifi-associated sponsors such as Lavazza.

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