Where now for the Williams revival?
Williams has had several false dawns since the end of its golden era in 1997, including when it leapt up the order with F1's last major rules changes in 2014. What can it make of this year's new fresh start, and new structure?
Williams is a grand old powerhouse of Formula 1, a team that's been an integral part of elite single-seater racing for the best part of four decades, a participant for even longer, yet its best days seem well and truly consigned to history.
The track record speaks for itself. The current incarnation of Williams as an F1 constructor (discounting its 1977 season as a March customer team, and the prior outfit Sir Frank sold to Walter Wolf) is the third most experienced on the grid.
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