The Williams FW14B is the 1992 Formula 1 World Championship-winning car that dominated the season and took Nigel Mansell to the World Drivers’ Championship, winning nine races. Mansell either won or finished second in all the races he finished that season, and he took pole position for all but two of the season’s 16 races.
The Renault V10-powered FW14B was one of the most technologically advanced F1 cars ever built, featuring semi-automatic transmission, active suspension and traction control, in addition to other innovations. Written with the full cooperation of Williams, and featuring extensive input from the engineers and drivers who developed the car and took it to championship success including interviews with Nigel Mansell and Riccardo Patrese this Manual includes numerous period photographs, in addition to detailed images of an FW14B in the Williams Heritage workshop today.
This copy has been hand signed by Nigel Mansell with his full ‘Red 5’ signature.