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Country of origin:Great Britain
Produced in:1981
Numbers built:5
Internal name:FW07
Designed by:Patrick Head for Williams
Predecessor:Williams FW07B Cosworth
Successor:Williams FW07D Cosworth
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:October 05, 2007
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Chassis: FW07C/17
The final FW07 chassis built, this car was raced four times by Carlos Reutemann in the 1981 season. The best result was a third in the Italian Grand Prix and a pole position at Caesars Palace. At the start of the 1982 season, the car was pressed into service once more but Keke Rosberg was disqualified from the Brazilian Grand Prix. The car was retained by Williams and eventually restored by Williams Heritage during the mid-2010s. Through Cars International, it was sold to its first private owner shortly thereafter. It has since returned to racing. The first private owner has been very successful with the car over the last couple of years.

Chassis details
Manufactured in 1981
First owner Williams Grand Prix Engineering
Last known location Irish Historic Racer
Appearances

2020 Historic Grand Prix Zandvoort 2020 Historic Grand Prix Zandvoort 2020 Historic Grand Prix Zandvoort 2020 Historic Grand Prix Zandvoort
2020 Historic Grand Prix Zandvoort 2020 Historic Grand Prix Zandvoort 2020 Historic Grand Prix Zandvoort 2020 Historic Grand Prix Zandvoort
2018 Spa Six Hours 2018 Spa Six Hours 2018 Spa Six Hours 2018 Spa Six Hours
2018 Spa Six Hours 2018 Spa Six Hours 2018 Spa Six Hours

  Article Image gallery (59) Chassis (2) FW07C/17 Specifications