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Williams tested new front wing at Barcelona first day

Pastor Maldonado done just 58 laps with Williams F1 and they are some issue occurred at Barcelona first day that cost their losing time for testing. The Williams F1 tested update package today, and in particular the new front wing.

Williams F1said it was experimenting with a new front wing and some “exploratory mechanical set-ups” aimed at the forthcoming races.

Mark Gillan, Chief Operations Engineer said: We tested part of our first race update package today, and in particular the new front wing. We then tested a number of interesting exploratory mechanical set-ups to investigate potential development directions for the forthcoming races. During the day, we encountered a couple of issues which limited our running and which we are currently investigating.

The Venezuelan Pastor Maldonado says that: We didn’t complete as much running as we would have liked today, but we still gathered some good data. This morning we ran our new front wing so we will analyse the results from our aero runs this evening. We completed a few longer runs during the afternoon as we investigated a number of set-up directions.

The Williams F1 Team will be back on track tomorrow, Friday 2 March, with Pastor Maldonado driving in the morning session and Bruno Senna driving the afternoon session for the second day of the test.


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