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Williams F1 Team Expects To Lose Up To $32M After Hybrid Supercar Project Delayed
Published June 18, 2013
IT'S NOT OVER YET: AUTOSPORT reported ahead of its 600th F1 start at the British Grand Prix, Williams "has yet to score a world championship point" in '13. Deputy Team Principal Claire Williams said that the team "is determined to get itself back in shape this year." She insisted that "the team must understand exactly what went wrong with the design of its car over the winter, and is adamant another stumble next year would be unacceptable" (AUTOSPORT, 6/17).