Williams FW14B Renault

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Midway via the 1990 season, proficient designer Adrian Newey stepped up from the small March Components 1 crew to Williams. Constructed on a shoestring price range, his first F1 automobiles had already proven nice potential. With the sources accessible at Williams, Newey might lastly present the total potential of his aerodynamically extremely environment friendly design philosophy. It turned out to be the beginning of a vastly profitable partnership between Williams, Newey and engine-supplier Renault.

Constructed round Renault’s very highly effective but dependable V10 engine, the primary Newey designed Williams was the FW14 that debuted on the 1991 season opening United States Grand Prix. It used the slim chassis design that Newey had so efficiently used for Leyton Home liveried Marches. Suspension was double wishbones with push-rod actuated springs and dampers on all 4 corners. Following Ferrari’s instance, the FW14 boasted a paddle-operated, semi-automatic, six-speed gearbox.

Tasked to drive the FW14 had been Nigel Mans …

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