Williams Unveils 2019 F1 Car
Two car launches in one day! Williams have unveiled their 2019 F1 car – well, they’ve unveiled this season’s livery however we’ll be seeing the actual 2019 car on track, on winter testing which starts on February 2018.
The livery reveal is a new chapter for the team who also announced their new title partner called ROKiT – a global telecommunications company.
ROKiT: A new telecommunications company challenging the status quo – offering premium smartphone technology, performance and design all at an affordable price and installing innovative Wi-Fi networks – to make the world a better place.
Williams Racing will be known as ROKiT William Racing – with the change already on their website. Check out the logo below.
Claire Williams, Deputy Team Principal, ROKiT Williams Racing: “We are delighted to welcome ROKiT to our team as our title partner for the 2019 season and beyond. We share many similar values and aspirations with ROKiT; primarily putting engineering and innovation at the core of everything we do in our pursuit to be the best – the perfect platform from which to start a partnership.”
“ROKiT is on an exciting journey in their world of telecommunications, as we are here at Williams – we build the team for a successful future. Taking the path together that will make us both stronger in our endeavours and so I can’t wait to get started.”
Jonathan Kendrick, Chairman of ROK Brands: “With ROKiT launching in 2019, we wanted a global platform that would help us tell our story of innovations. Williams Racing is the perfect partner – with them, we can bring F1 to audiences in new and pioneering ways. Through our glasses-free 3D technology and our Wi-Fi capabilities, we aim to make Formula One more accessible for all.”
“Williams Racing exists purely to race in the top echelon of motor racing and we see the exciting partnership of ROKiT Williams Racing as the beginning of an ambitions and exciting road back to the podium.”
ROKiT will be a prominent feature – branded on the FW42 car, on the race suits and helmets of both Williams’ race drivers along with all the trackside personnel team kit.