Powered by a 3.5-litre V10 Renault engine, the Williams FW14B is considered the most technologically sophisticated to have competed in Formula One. By 1992 the FW14B featured semi-automatic transmission, active suspension, traction control and, for a brief period, anti-lock brakes.
After finishing as runner-up three times in the drivers’ world championship, in 1992 Mansell finally secured the title. It was the crowning achievement of a hugely successful career, in which he won 31 Grand Prix, a record for a British driver that stood until Lewis Hamilton overhauled him in 2014. Always an aggressive driver, his exciting style meant he was hailed as a hero by his millions of fans in the UK and around the world.
These perfectly 1/2 scaled rear wing endplates are hand signed by Nigel Mansell, with photo COA from our own exclusive signing in Florida.
The perfect company for a 1/2 scale helmet (not included).