F1 » Williams set for Martini sponsorship deal


An iconic livery could return to F1 in 2014 as Crash.net understands Williams is set to announce a title sponsorship deal with Martini Racing

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JJJ

February 13, 2014 2:01 PM

This would be awesome.

A welcome addition to the Williams team as the livery they've been using these last few years looked kind of tired IMO, maybe also because their performances looked kinda tired. The livery they use for testing looks way better, but the old martini colors, that would be really sweet.

Optimaximal

February 13, 2014 2:57 PM

omah1975: I thought Susie Wolff was the reserve driver? Not that she deserves it seeing as the only reason she got the job is because she's married to Toto Wolff.


Wolff is the 'development' driver. I don't believe she has applied for the required Super License, although she has tested enough to qualify for one.

TheVimtoMoustache

February 13, 2014 7:14 PM

Strange how a retro livery can get people so fired up-myself included!
Seriously,Williams have been fairly inconspicuous for years now and are
due an upturn in fortunes.
Along with a popular driver pairing,lets hope this deal puts them back in the frame.

Firestorm

February 13, 2014 11:08 PM

Personally I like more the colours of Williams cars that Mansell and Prost took the title back in 92/93. Blue, White and Yellow, it was a nice combination. As for the retro liveries, I think that it was Renault which took the best possible (back in 2011), the black and gold of JPS Lotus. But last year they added too much red and I didn't appreciated that.

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