Williams has unveiled their revised livery for the 2020 Formula 1 season, after the ROKiT branding was removed due to the termination of the sponsorship agreement.
Earlier in the month Williams confirmed that the Grove-based team had been put up for sale, and on the same day announced that it would be terminating its title sponsorship deal with mobile technology company ROKiT.
The ROKiT branding had featured heavily on the car and as such, the team has changed its livery ahead of the opening Grand Prix of the season in Austria next weekend.
The new look Williams, is now predominantly white, with blue lines and black wings, and sponsors Sofina and Acronis now feature heavily on the sidepod and engine cover.
There is also an increased presence of the Lavazza sponsorship deal, one brought to the team by new recruit, Nicholas Latifi.
The team overalls have also been amended with the removal of the ROKiT logo and red that featured before.
Williams are looking to bounce back after a difficult 2019 season that saw them rooted to the back of the grid.
An increase in race performance will be of the highest priority for the Grove squad this season, especially with the team having been put up for sale due to a lack of funds that could put the team’s long term future in doubt.