Williams: Every time we run the FW36 we are understanding it more and more 20 February, 2014 Williams review the second day of Formula 1 preseason testing at Bahrain International Circuit. Driver: Valtteri Bottas Chassis / Engine: FW36-02 / PU106A Hybrid Location: Bahrain International Circuit 5.412km Objectives: Reliability tests, Aero evaluations & Race simulation Weather: Dry and sunny Maximum air & track temps: 27ºC / 30ºC Rod Nelson, Chief Test & Support Engineer: “Having spent yesterday dealing with an apparent fuel system problem we tracked it down to a wiring-loom manufacturing issue late last night. With this repaired the result was the mileage that we achieved today. We are still getting to know the car performance wise, but it’s good to see that we are getting some good reliability out of it. Every time we run the FW36 we are understanding it more and more. We tested some aero components and systems this morning before completing a race simulation this afternoon which, aside from having to stop briefly for a red flag, went to plan. Overall, we have had a good day completing 116 laps in total.” Valtteri Bottas: “Today was a good day. After the problems we had yesterday it was great to complete 116 laps. We still have things we are working through but we were able to do the aero work we needed as well as complete a race simulation so we now have lots of data to look at. There is a lot of work still to do so we need to aim to have more days like today.” Reports on GrandPrix247.com by: staff & contributors, Reuters syndication, GMM service, Formula 1 teams, sponsors & organisations.