Williams: The new technical team is working wel 6 February, 2013 Pastor Maldonado Williams FW34.jpg Williams report on the second day of Formula 1 testing at Jerez in Spain. Mike Coughlan, Technical Director: We had a clutch installation problem this morning which was a bit disappointing considering it was the same as we had been running last season. We quickly remedied this but it lost us time during our aero evaluations this morning. We will look to recover this time over the next two days. This afternoon the focus was back on tyre work and we also made some subtle set-up changes which has given us a good direction for the new car. The new technical team is working well and we will now prepare to change drivers with Valtteri taking over for the final two days, something he is very much looking forward to. Pastor Maldonado: We did some good running this afternoon going through our planned tests but there is still a lot to do to understand the tyres even better. We have a lot of data to look through from today and there is a good atmosphere in the team. I know Andrew, my new Race Engineer, well as he’s been my Performance Engineer for the last two years, so it feels very natural to continue working together. The Williams F1 Team will be back on track tomorrow, Thursday 7 February, with Valtteri Bottas getting behind the wheel of the FW34 for the third day of the test. Related NewsWilliams: We had another productive dayWilliams: We are very pleased with the progressSusie Wolff: It was a steep learning curveWilliams: We had a very productive dayWilliams: We gathered some useful dataWilliams: We end the pre-season running feeling very happy with the carWilliams: It’s been a good day for usWilliams: Now concentrating on pushing the car for more performanceWilliams: It’s been a really good day completing 128 lapsWolff to get two FP1 sessions in 2014 as Williams extends her contract Brian Really, is that a jpeg of that Williams? How rare.