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Stylepixelstudios is dead, long live Adam Falconer Designs!

Well, I believe that’s how the saying goes, anyway.

So, 2018 is well and truly upon us, and with it a year full of promises and excitement. 403 weitere Wörter

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F1 2018 Preview: Sauber - A midfield contender?

It’s safe to say that the 2017 Formula One season for Sauber wasn’t what was first anticipated. With new rules and regulations, it was tipped to be a much better year for the team in yellow and blue. 556 weitere Wörter

2018 Previews

I really wish that F1 teams would experiment more with their liveries...

I really wish that Formula 1 teams would experiment more with their liveries.

A pretty pointless statement, you may argue. But you have to delve deeper to look at what the liveries were like in the past and look at what designers are creating as thrilling concept ideas. 493 weitere Wörter

F1 2018 car launches: Williams FW41

Williams are the second team to reveal its 2018 challenger after a launch event in London on Thursday night.

After a live launch event on Thursday night in London, Williams revealed its ’significantly different‘ 2018 F1 car, the FW41. 216 weitere Wörter


Williams launch "renewed aerodynamic" FW-41 for 2018 season

A lot has changed for Williams Martini Racing since the end of last season, where they finished Fifth in the constructors‘ standings after the Big 3 and Force India. 424 weitere Wörter

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F1 2018 Preview: Williams - Can they return to the top?

The start of the hybrid era back in 2014 looked set to be the start of a new era for Williams. Coming off the back of a torrid 2013 season in which the team only managed to accumulate a meagre … points, the deal to secure Mercedes engines for the Grove team propelled them back suddenly to the front of the grid. 559 weitere Wörter

2018 Previews

Williams unveils 2018 Formula 1 car

Williams Martini Racing became the second team to reveal their car for the 2018 FIA Formula 1 World Championship season on Thursday.

The car, dubbed the FW41, was officially revealed during a team launch in London, which featured deputy team principal Claire Williams and chief technical officer Paddy Lowe, along with drivers Lance Stroll, Sergey Sirotkin, and Robert Kubica – Kubica being the team’s reverse driver. 246 weitere Wörter