CORRECTED - Williams, Qatar aim to bring F1 techology to mainstream


(Corrects first name to Frank from Fred in paragraph 2) DUBAI, Oct 29 (Reuters) - The Williams Formula One team has launched a multi-million dollar project with Qatar that aims to bring cutting-edge racing technology to the mainstream mass-transit transport industry, its owner said on Thursday. Frank Williams said his firm had set up the Williams Technology Centre together with the Qatar Science and Technology Park (QSTP) where it would develop new environmentally beneficial technologies ...

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