Williams FW14B 1992 (all models) Owners' Workshop Manual

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Author: Steve Rendle, Hardbound, 173 Pages, H5825, ISBN: 9780857338259, 1st Edition, May, 2016

The Williams 1W14B dominated the 1992 Formula 1 season, taking Nigel Mansell to the Drivers' World Championship and Williams to the constructors' title.
The Renault V10-powered FW14B was one of the most technologically advanced Fl cars ever built, featuring semiautomatic transmission, active suspension and traction control, in addition to other innovations.
Written with the full cooperation of Williams, and featuring extensive input from the engineers and drivers who developed the car and took it to championship success, this Manual includes numerous period photographs, in addition to detailed images of an FW14B in the Williams Heritage workshop today.

A wealth of previously unpublished archive material, including original technical drawings and team documentation, provides fascinating new insight into the design and development of the FW14B.
The absorbing story of an tonic Fl car, designed and raced in an era that saw the dawn of electronic control systems in rnotorsport, and when the regulations allowed a talented group of engineers free reign to exploit their innovative ideas and technical prowess.

  • The Williams story Brief history of Williams prior to the FVV14B, and subsequent history to the present day
  • Design and development of the FW14B How the FW1/1B evolved from the 1991 FVV14, the origins and development of Williams's active suspension, and the preparations for the 1992 season.
  • The FW14B in action A race-by race account of the FW14B's performance in the 1992 World Championship.
  • The anatomy of the FW14B Chassis, aerodynamics, Renault engines, transmission, active suspension, steering, brakes, wheels and tyres, cockpit and electronics.
  • The drivers Insight from Nigel Mansell and Riccardo Patrese, plus details of all other drivers to have driven an FW14B.
  • The engineers Williams and Renault engineers' insights and recollections.
  • Williams Heritage An insight into today's Williams Heritage operation and its mission to curate the cars in the Williams Grand Prix Collection.
  • Appendices Specifications, race history, chassis histories and 1992 rivals.
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  • 5
    Great book

    High quality stuff, great pictures and lots of technical data. Recommended.

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