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As the London 2012 Olympic Games continue, a Williams Formula 1 car is on display to the general public. It can be found in the Design Museum as part of the Designed to Win exhibition. A hybrid flywheel is also available for viewing.
The museum, situated near Tower Bridge on the River Thames, started running the exhibition last Thursday. It will continue until Sunday 18 November.
“It was a real honour when the Design Museum approached us about including some of our technology in their exhibition,” says Williams CEO Alex Burns.
“We constantly push the technological boundaries in a bid to gain a competitive edge and I am looking forward to sharing these two innovations with the public.”
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