AT&T Williams F1 Grand Prix Collection :: The EDJE
AT&T Williams F1 Grand Prix CollectionOn average, Williams F1 builds seven chassis per season. Over a thirty year history, that's a lot of cars, so, what do we do with them?
In a video released by AT&T Williams, the race team will take you behind the scenes at Grove and into their Williams F1 Grand Prix Collection and museum workshop.
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The collection features the teamsâ€™ most successful racecars from the 30 years of the teamâ€™s history.
Cars shown were driven by Allen Jones, Jacques Villenueve, Nigel Mansell, Juan Pablo Montoya and one experimental chassis that sported a six-wheel design. The "Star" notation next to the chassis nameplate is explained.
"We at AT&T Williams are excited to open our doors and show our fans that building a Formula One car is an exciting, organic process that requires dedication and application from all of our 500-strong team. This programme does just that." commented Scott Garrett, Head of Marketing, Williams F1.
(source: AT&T Williams)
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