Williams unveils livery

Williams FW33

Williams FW33 

 

Williams F1 unveiled today it's livery design for the 2011 season at an event at it's Grove, England factory.

The team previously revealed their FW33 chassis earlier this month has been running the car at the F1 tests with an interim colour scheme.

The new livery resembles the one used by the team in the mid-1990s, when Rothmans was the primary sponsor.

Randstad, a temporary staffing employment company, features strongly on the design, along with PDVSA, the Venezuelan oil company sponsorship that comes with driver Pastor Maldonado.

No new major sponsors were announced at the event - Williams losing RBS, Philips and Air Asia at the end of last season.

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