With three teams - McLaren, Mercedes and Caterham - having confirmed when they will launch their 2014 F1 cars this week, we look back to when the 'Walrus'-nosed Williams
FW26 was unveiled, roughly around this time, some ten years ago...
The Grove-based squad had high hopes going into 2004 after finishing second in the Constructors' Championship in 2002 and 2003.
However, 2004 would be a pretty trying year, yielding just one win, when Juan Pablo Montoya triumphed at the season ending Brazilian Grand Prix
– what was the outfit's last win until Pastor Maldonado
took the laurels in Spain in 2012.
Read all about the launch of the FW26 - HERE
- and yes, the Walrus-nose was dropped by mid-season.
This car was also voted by you, Crash.net's
readers, as the ugliest a couple of years ago [see separate story - HERE