Williams FW14B Manual

1992 (all models)

Williams FW14B Manual
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Format: Hardback, 168 Pages
ISBN: 9780857338259
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The Williams FW14B is the 1992 Formula 1 World Championship-winning car that dominated the season and took Nigel Mansell to his only World Drivers' Championship, winning nine races. Mansell's team-mate, Riccardo Patrese, also won a race, and finished second to Mansell on six occasions. To complete the stunning statistics, 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 author

Steve Rendle is an experienced author and editor, who has written over 15 books about cars. He has a passion for F1, and if he could have any car in the world it would be a McLaren Senna.

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Specs

Format: Hardback, 168 Pages
ISBN: 9780857338259
Illustrations: 250 color & 50 b-w photos
Size: 8.27 in x 10.64 in / 210.06 mm x 270.26 mm
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