Williams arrived late to the preseason party, as the embattled British squad made it to the Circuit de Catalunya two hours after testing began on Monday. Williams had previously confirmed that their planned running for Monday would be cancelled due to delays in getting the FW24 ready for on-track action.
Although several teams were reportedly pushed for time to get their 2019 cars ready for the start of testing, only Williams failed to make it out on Monday morning, potentially costing Robert Kubica time as he prepares for his first F1 campaign since 2010.
When Williams did bring a car to the circuit on Monday, it remained unclear if it was indeed the finished 2019 car, or the previous year's with new parts attached.
It remains to be seen how Williams will fare, when they are anticipated to begin testing on Tuesday.
Williams finished bottom of the constructors' championship last year after one of the team's most miserable seasons in its long and storied F1 career.