The group’s associate executive, Claire Williams, says the vehicle will be hung on Tuesday, the second of four days of testing at the Circuit de Catalunya in Barcelona.
A week ago, the British group dropped an arranged race to wreck the vehicle due to delays in its development.
“It’s plainly not perfect, yet it’s not by any means the apocalypse,” Williams said.
“Our best need is to dependably make sure to expedite the most ideal vehicle the track and some of the time it requires more investment than I foreseen or wanted”.
Williams achieved the last spot in the constructors’ title in 2018 in the wake of increasing just seven points, and its drivers completed in the best 10 in only two of the 21 races.
This year they have another development with Robert Kubica who comes back to F1 following nine years of nonattendance close by the British Formula 2 champion George Russell.
“We had an extraordinarily bustling winter getting ready for the following FW42 Grove season and, in spite of our endeavors, we need some an opportunity to prepare it to run,” Williams said.
“Clearly, we should endeavor to compensate for lost time, yet despite everything we have seven days of testing and will enable us to upgrade an opportunity to set up the vehicle for the primary race.”
One week from now is the first of two four-day preseason tests, with the second on February 26th.
The new season starts March 15 with the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne.