In Williams presented a new name and coloring machineFebruary 11, 2019
Gathering journalists at the base in Grove, Williams presented a new title partner and a new coloring machine. Having lost support for Martini last year, Williams found another sponsor – the team will hold a season with the name ROKiT Williams Racing with cars in the blue and white colors.
The coloring was shown on the last year’s chassis with new rear wings, and the team will present its new FW42 already on winter tests.
Claire Williams, Deputy Team Leader: “We are delighted to welcome ROKiT, which has become the title partner of our team. We share many of their values and ambitions, as well as the desire to put engineering technologies and innovations at the center of everything we do to become the best – this is the ideal starting point for our cooperation.
Like Williams, ROKiT is on an interesting path in the telecommunications industry – like them, we are creating a team to succeed in the future. Together, choosing this path, we will become stronger in our aspirations. We look forward to the start of collaboration. ”
Jonathan Kendrick, Chairman, ROK Brands: “By launching ROKiT in 2019, we wanted to create a global platform that will help us talk about innovation. Williams Racing is the perfect partner: together we can bring Formula 1 to the audience with the help of new and advanced technologies.
We strive to make Formula 1 more accessible thanks to our 3D technology without special glasses and wireless networks. Williams Racing exists only for the performances in the highest category of motor racing, and we consider the cooperation with the team as the beginning of an ambitious and interesting way, which will return it to the podium. ”
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