Williams reveal upgrade programme for rest of 2023

    Williams are seventh in the F1 constructors' championship ahead of the 2023 Belgian Grand Prix


    Williams are beginning to focus on the 2024 Formula 1 campaign, their head of vehicle Performance Dave Robson has confirmed ahead of the 2023 Belgian Grand Prix.

    The Grove-based team have enjoyed a successful 2023 campaign in F1. Alex Albon sits 13th in the standings after three points finishes, while Logan Sargeant is yet to get off the mark.

    But, after their latest major upgrade package in Canada, Williams are starting to turn their eye onto next season as they seek to further haul themselves back into the pack of consistent points scorers.

    “Most of what was in the pipeline, we’ve now delivered,” Robson said to the media. “There was the front-wing we brought to Silverstone and we’ll see that again in Spa.

    “But beyond that, probably just some small things as and if they come through the wind tunnel and we can make them quite quickly, otherwise it’s now about the right time to start focusing on on next year’s car.”

    Williams‘ latest upgrade focused on improving the downforce of the car, something that the team has lacked compared to competitors. The package initially went to Albon in Canada, before Sargeant received the update in Austria.

    Where is the next F1 2023 race?

    With the F1 circus finished in Budapest, we move on to the 2023 Belgian Grand Prix which will be held at Spa-Francorchamps over the weekend of July 28-30.


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