The Grove-based squad got here in to this season following a troublesome 2022 marketing campaign the place it completed final within the constructors’ championship.
However beneath the management of latest workforce principal James Vowles and modifications in its technical construction, it has delivered some strong positive factors with its FW45 challenger.
This included a significant push to convey a good improve bundle to the Canadian Grand Prix, which has helped the workforce moved as much as seventh within the constructors’ standings.
Reflecting on the workforce’s plans for the rest of the marketing campaign, head of car efficiency Dave Robson urged that the state of the automobile now meant it made extra sense to shift assets to the FW46.
“I feel most of what was within the pipeline, we have now delivered,” he mentioned.
“There was the entrance wing we dropped at Silverstone and we’ll see that once more in Spa. However past that, most likely just a few small issues if they arrive by way of the wind tunnel and we are able to make them fairly shortly.
Dave Robson, Head of Car Efficiency, Williams Racing, within the workforce principals Press Convention
Photograph by: Glenn Dunbar / Motorsport Images
“In any other case, it is now about the best time to start out specializing in subsequent yr’s automobile. And in addition simply persevering with to know what we have got now, run what we have got by way of a couple of various kinds of circuit and simply sort of hone our set-up round it and get the drivers to push essentially the most out of it.”
“It improved the downforce supply and improved a couple of of the traits, however primarily it was simply extra downforce,” he mentioned. “However actually we have not run it at a max downforce circuit but.
“This weekend might be the primary time we are going to actually see it in that configuration.”
Albon completed thirteenth within the dry second apply session for the Hungarian Grand Prix, though the positions meant little due to this weekend’s new different tyre allocation leaving groups on very completely different programmes.