Getting through the mountains of data generated in Formula 1 can be a 'needle in a haystack' process for teams searching for performance. There's technology on the way that could make a huge difference
As Williams promised, its 2018 car is substantially different to last year's challenger. Even from a first few glances its easy to see the changes that two of its chief recruits might have influenced, but can they help Williams make significant gains?
Williams has gone aggressive with its 2018 design and it has heavily bolstered its technical team. But it has an unproven and inexperienced driver line-up and some key rivals are expected to vault forward. Does its optimism have any foundation?