No stepped nose on 2013 Williams F1 Car

Williams’ 2013 driver Valtteri Bottas revealed that no stepped nose on the 2013 Williams F1 Car. The Finn discussed details of the 2013 Williams F1 car through the interview with broadcaster MTV3.

He says that 2013 machine will have a different look to the nose, being allowed to run with a panel that hides the step of the front nose that featured on the 2012 FW34. Also he is believed that it is not expected to offer any aerodynamic advantage.

Last season most F1 teams’ introduced stepped nose on their cars, McLaren and Marussia was only compete with usual style.

Bottas ready for his debut season with Williams, the Finn will partner with Pastor Maldonado in 2013 following replacing the Brazilian Bruno Senna.

“As far as looks, the car is pretty much as it was last year. With the new rules, the step nose is straightened. That is the biggest difference in appearance.” Valtteri said

“The new car is a development version of last year’s. There are certain improvements in aerodynamics. We have tried to focus on getting more traction in corners.”

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