Williams pilot Lance Stroll acknowledged that Williams FW41 is the slowest grid available and voiced disappointment.
Williams, who started the season with the youngest driver of the grid, did not get points in the first two races of the season for the first time in turbo engines.
While there is a great disappointment in the English team, which is the only team that can not score points in the remaining two races, the team is doing their best to solve the problems.
Stroll, who managed to get out of the podium last year, said that FW41, the first Williams Paddy Lowe designed, was the worst tool of the current grid.
Stroll said, "I can clearly say that I am satisfied with my own race, but of course I would like to get better results, so I am a bit disappointed."
"Unfortunately at the moment we have the slowest vehicle on the grid, I've done everything in Bahrain, and that's the best I can do in the present situation."
"My only chance at the race is to beat my teammate." said.
Lowe agrees that there are problems in the car.
"We have to do things other than fighting between ourselves and we must be faster to do it, even if we have little time, we have to do an analysis and find solutions."
Former F1 pilot Mika Salo, on the other hand, is talking hopefully for Williams.
"On paper and aerodynamic data, you can see that the car is pretty good, it has a much better ride than last year."
"They need to be able to get more of the tires, which needs improvement, and fortunately there are good engineers on the team like Paddy Lowe and Rob Smedley."
"If they can not find a solution then nobody can find a solution."