The Williams FW14B is undoubtedly one of the most famous F1 cars to ever hit the track, but just why is that the case?
Speaking to hugely influential people from the Williams team’s championship-winning 1992 season, we find out exactly what made the car so good.
The car was an evolution of the Williams FW14, with the biggest difference being the introduction of the hugely sophisticated and clever active suspension system.
Presented by Karun Chandhok, this Heritage Stories video from Williams includes interviews from 1992 world champion Nigel Mansell, Riccardo Patrese and Damon Hill.
It also features insight from the likes of Paddy Lowe, Frank Dernie, Dickie Stanford, Jonathan Williams and Sir Patrick Head too.