Williams has revealed its new ultra-short nose for the first time, after successfully getting it fitted to Felipe Massa's car on Saturday morning.
The team has spent the winter developing the nose and faced big hurdles in getting it past F1's tough crash tests.
But after completing those tests before Australia, the nose and wing were finally able to be signed off and manufactured.
Having left the Williams' Grove factory on Friday, the nose has made it to Bahrain in time to be run in FP3, where the team will find out if it delivers a good enough advantage already to remain on the car for the remainder of the weekend.
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