Williams officially presented its team to the media on this day in 1994 at Estoril, showcasing its proud looking and powerful duo of drivers.
After a couple of years of tentative talks, Frank Williams and Patrick Head had finally succeeded in securing the services of Ayrton Senna.
The great Brazilian had the all-clear to join the British outfit following the retirement of arch-rival and Williams' 1993 world champion Alain Prost.
Paired with Senna was Damon Hill who had showed a promising potential the year before in his maiden season of Grand Prix racing alongside Prost.
Hill got the team in gear in Brazil with a second-place finish behind Michael Schumacher's Benetton, while Senna painfully spun out of his home race, trying to keep up with the German.
The Pacific Grand Prix held at Aida was a washout for both Williams' chargers, but the worst was yet to come.
Two weeks later, at Imola, Williams and Formula 1 would suffer one of the most somber days in their history.