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The 2019 Formula 1 season was the worst in Williams' history. It has taken steps it hopes will mean such a disaster is not repeated - and with '20 already approaching the answer to questions over those changes will soon be revealed
The Williams FW42 was late, off the pace, and produced the worst season in the illustrious team's history in terms of deficit to the front.
Its sole point, courtesy of Robert Kubica's 10th place in July's German Grand Prix, came in a chaotic race after both Alfa Romeos were penalised. It was a disastrous year. As deputy team principal Claire Williams puts it: "It can't happen again."
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