Williams finally hits track to start F1 testing after FW42 delays

Williams’ 2019 F1 car has finally hit the track to start its pre-season preparations on the third day of the opening test.
Williams has finally started Formula 1 pre-season testing after lengthy delays preparing its FW42 car.
Team officials said it was “unlikely” the car would be ready for track action until after the 1pm lunchbreak, with George Russell eventually getting on track in the Williams shortly after the break to complete an installation lap.
Williams keen not to ‘apportion any blame’ for F1 car delays.
Russell is expected to complete a fast-tracked shakedown and installation runs in the FW42 to begin Williams’ revised testing programme.

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