It's impossible not to associate the British Grand Prix with Williams, given the success the team has enjoyed at the race over the decades. And it's not just about the distant past and the glory days of Nigel Mansell and Damon Hill.
Just three years ago, Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas qualified third and fourth at Silverstone and, having jumped ahead of the works Mercedes duo, they initially ran at the front of the field. It was an extraordinary sight.
Since then the team's fortunes have taken a dive, and this year's FW41 has consistently been the slowest car on the Formula 1 grid. The team's only points so far came with Lance Stroll's eighth place in a high-attrition race in Baku, and Williams is last in the constructors' championship - 12 points behind Sauber.