Formula 1 testing continues at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya for the third day of action on Wednesday. And we've got to fix that.
The auto arrived at 4am and Williams has been working since then to get it ready. "Of course there are some compromises, but finally we got the auto, so we can concentrate on our job, and look forward to next week".
Finally, on Wednesday afternoon, with more than a quarter of the eight days of preseason testing in the books, Williams finally hit the track with rookie George Russell at the wheel.
"Hopefully you'll see a much more successful Williams in the coming years", she concluded.
The inability to produce the auto on time has raised questions about the future of technical head Paddy Lowe, who joined in 2017 from champions Mercedes and is the man ultimately responsible for delivering it. Clearly we know the main culprits. not the main culprits, but the main elements to why we are delayed.
At least a few reports in the media are pointing fingers at chief technical officer Paddy Lowe.
When asked if she was satisfied with Lowe's performance, Williams replied: "I've read a lot of speculation about his position".
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Speaking at the end of a morning in which he put 48 laps on the Grove outfit's contender, posting a best time 3.9s off Alexander Albon's best, veteran Robert Kubica admitted that his team faces a struggle. "We will be getting the FW42 on track as soon as we are able".
Williams refused to go into detail about what had gone wrong, saying she would not wash dirty laundry in public, but recognised the failure had been deeply embarrassing and apologised to the fans.
"We need to focus all of our energy on this test". "Right now all I am focused on and the team should be focused on is making sure the vehicle is in the right place".
A Williams spokeswoman said the auto was now expected to arrive at the circuit between 0300-0400 GMT on Wednesday but was unlikely to run in the morning session that starts at 0800 GMT.
"It became apparent quite late on that we weren't going to first make the shakedown and then subsequent to that, not make the first day", said Williams.
Williams said the team were still waiting for parts to arrive to allow them to concentrate on an aerodynamic assessment programme on Friday.