Felipe Massa: "I have to say a big thank you to the team as they worked very hard to get the car ready for the second session."
"Long standing partnerships are hugely important to an independent team like Williams and we are extremely proud to have enjoyed such a strong relationship with a globally respected brand like Thomson Reuters," - Sir Frank Williams.
Spectators will have a chance to get up close and personal with a number of the team's iconic Formula One cars.
Mercedes is back on top in Austria.
Two pit stops anticipated, making strategy key on a circuit where overtaking is difficult.
Valtteri Bottas led the way from Nico Rosberg until the final moments with a great lap securing his front row position alongside his teammate.
Williams shocked us all and took both first and second for this weekend's Austrian Grand Prix.
Both Williams cars ran in the top five early on Canadian GP, challenging for the podium places.
NASCAR couldn't have scripted a better outcome
The stewards have issued penalties for incidents that took place during the Canadian Grand Prix.
Both drivers felt they had the potential to qualify third, but are optimistic of challenging for a podium in the race.
Mercedes leads the way once again in FP3.
As Formula One heads into the month of June, Nick DeGroot decided to take a moment to give a quick assessment of where all the drivers are currently at.
Valtteri stopped on track following an issue related to the Power Unit.
Felipe Massa: "I'am disappointed and tomorrow is going to be a challenge but with this car points are still possible."
Valtteri Bottas: "Overall I am feeling positive and I'm looking forward to getting back in the car."
It's been 22 years since Formula One saw a female driver make laps during a race weekend and now, Susie Wolff looks to be the next.
Marussia's Max Chilton topped the charts in the opening day of testing in Spain.