The Williams team will unveil six different liveries during winter testing to commemorate a sequence of landmarks that will take place during the 2008 season.
Williams unveiled their first livery today at Jerez, where the car included references to the company's 30th year of racing and their 500th entry in a Grand Prix, a milestone that will be recorded at the Turkish Grand Prix this season.
In addition to that, Williams will record their 50,000 racing lap during the year, and the Monaco Grand Prix will mark Frank Williams' 600th Grand Prix.
The second livery will be released at the Valencia test next week, which is also scheduled to be the first run for the team's 2008 race car, the FW30.
The remaining liveries will be used during the remaining tests in Spain.