The Formula 1 Decade - 90s Williams Poster of the manufacturer Automobilist
Who else but Nigel Mansell and his Williams FW14B would be better suited to represent the 90s of Formula 1 worthily. Motorsport has always been an early adopter of new technologies, and the FW14B that Williams drove in 1992 was by far the most complex Formula 1 car available at the time. It was the first car to really challenge the concept that only the driver in the cockpit should have full control.
The car's white, blue and yellow paint scheme became synonymous with Williams' success in the early 1990s and is inseparably linked to the "Red 5" number and Nigel Mansell's distinctive helmet colours.
The print was created using Automobilist's signature technique of digital 3D modelling to produce a computer-generated image of impressive quality.
Format: 50 x 70 cm
limited edition of 1.990 pieces
Officially licensed product | Formula 1® | Williams
high-quality offset printing on premium paper
Framing is not included in the delivery.
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