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Williams show off new racing colours

In an online unveiling today, Williams has taken the wraps off its newly-liveried FW33, which will be campaigned by Brazilian veteran Rubens Barrichello and Venezuelan rookie Pastor Maldonado in F1 2011

The Williams team unveiled its F1 2011 racing livery live online today via its official website.

The Grove-based outfit launched its new car, the FW33, at the start of the month in time for the first pre-season test at Valencia in Spain. However until today it has only been seen in an interim livery.

The unveiling took place at the Williams F1 conference centre with technical director Sam Michael on hand to chat about the FW33. The main sponsors on the white and blue car - which is rather reminiscent of the livery seen on the Williams of the mid-1990s, when the team was backed by Rothmans - are Venezuelan state-owned petroleum company, Petroleos de Venezuela (PDVSA), employment company Randstad and telecommunications giant AT&T.

Rubens Barrichello and 2010 GP2 Series champion Pastor Maldonado will drive the car during the coming season.


TO SEE ALL THE PICTURES FROM TODAY'S WILLIAMS FW33 LIVERY LAUNCH, CLICK HERE



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Williams` 2011 F1 livery on the FW33 [Pic credit: Williams]
Williams` 2011 F1 livery on the FW33 [Pic credit: Williams]
Williams` 2011 F1 livery on the FW33
Williams` 2011 F1 livery on the FW33 [Pic credit: Williams]
Williams` 2011 F1 livery on the FW33 [Pic credit: Williams]
Williams` 2011 F1 livery on the FW33 [Pic credit: Williams]
Williams` 2011 F1 livery on the FW33 [Pic credit: Williams]
Williams` 2011 F1 livery on the FW33 [Pic credit: Williams]
Williams` 2011 F1 livery on the FW33 [Pic credit: Williams]

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