It took something very special to end McLaren Honda’s dominance of Formula One in the late eighties/early nineties and that car was the Adrian Newey designed Williams FW14B.
Now one of the legendary cars that helped Williams achieve the 1992 World Constructors’ Championship is for sale from the official Williams Collection. Pretty neat.
The particular car is Chassis #10 that won the 1992 Japanese Grand Prix at the hands of Ricardo Patrese as well as taking a second place at Magny Cours and a third placed finish at the Monaco Grand Prix.
The lucky owner of the FW14B will also be provided with a comprehensive history file full of photos, engineering notes, historical documents, a certificate of authenticity and a certificate of the Japanese Grand Prix victory from the Williams factory itself.
The price is given on application, which basically translates to ‘a-hell-of-a-lot.’ Now I just need to win the lottery…