Williams has released images of its new-look revised livery ahead of the first race of the 2020 Formula 1 season in Austria next week.
Following its split from title sponsor ROKiT last month, Williams faced the task of redesigning its colour scheme for the upcoming campaign.
The Grove-based outfit has been hit hard financially by the delay of this year’s championship, and is even considering selling the team to preserve its future in F1 long-term.
ROKiT had initially joined Williams in 2019 before agreeing a multi-year contract at the beginning of the year, but the deal was terminated for unexplained reasons.
Williams’ revamped livery now features a white-and-blue colour scheme, with the removal of the red seen on the FW43 in testing.
Off the back of finishing last in the constructors’ standings two years running, Williams is hoping for a change in fortune this season.
The team only managed to score one point from 21 races last year at the rain-affected German Grand Prix, but is optimistic of closing the performance deficit to the teams ahead of them.
George Russell leads the driver line-up for 2020 and is partnered by his former Formula 2 rival – and the only rookie on this year’s grid – Nicholas Latifi.