Williams targets Bahrain debut for new nose
The Grove-based outfit set the trend for shorter noses last year, and is well-aware of how tough it can be to ensure the smaller structure is strong enough to withstand the demands laid down by the FIA.
Although many teams have copied its lead, Williams is determined to go even more extreme and make the nose shorter, which will help maximise air flow under the car.
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