Cor, it’s all very exciting, isn’t it? We’ve had the new Mercedes (of which I won’t bother reposting pictures here, as despite a drastically different chassis shape it’s still the same livery as seen last week), plus an official launch for the Toro Rosso and a quiet rollout of the new Williams. As there’s not been an official “launch” of the latter, we’re not sure that it’s definitely the final livery, but have some pictures anyway:
Same as you were, basically. It’s a nice livery, but it’s a little dull to see nothing in the way of refreshment – aside from that “Williams Hybrid” logo on the side of the monocoque. Maybe they still have a new sponsor to pull out of the bag… but I doubt it. I think what you see is what you get with Williams at the moment.
Meanwhile, not much to report from Toro Rosso, either – it’s much the same as last year, only with a new red nose pattern. But unless Red Bull are planning some changes, it’s still disappointingly similar to the “parent” car. It’d be really nice to see the team strike out with their own identity a bit more – something like this (artwork by “Jezson” of F1fanatic), perhaps?