An insight into the design, engineering, maintenance and operation of Williams's World Championship-winning F1 car. The Williams FW14B is the 1992 Formula 1 World Championship-winning car that dominated the season and took Nigel Mansell to his only Drivers' World Championship, winning nine races, and taking pole position for all but two of the season's 16 rounds. Mansell's team-mate, Riccardo Patrese, also won a race, and finished second to the Englishman on six occasions. The Renault V10-powered FW14B was one of the most technologically advanced F1 cars ever built, featuring semi-automatic transmission, active suspension and traction control. Written with the full cooperation of Williams F1, and featuring input from the engineers and drivers who developed the car and took it to championship success in 1992, the Williams FW14B Manual includes numerous contemporary 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 A wealth of previously unpublished archive material, including original technical drawings, completes this fascinating insight into an iconic F1 car.