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Country of origin:Great Britain
Produced in:1979
Numbers built:4
Internal name:FW07
Designed by:Patrick Head for Williams
Predecessor:Williams FW06 Cosworth
Successor:Williams FW07B Cosworth
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:May 23, 2008
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Chassis: FW07/04
The fourth and final FW07 built, this example was pressed into service halfway through the 1979 season. Alan Jones immediately drove it to back-to-back victories in the German and Austrian Grands Prix. Later in the year, the Australian also won the Canadian Grand Prix in chassis 04. At the start of 1980, it was brought out again for the two South American rounds. By winning the Argentinean Grand Prix, Jones another win to the car's tally. Having spent many years in Australia, it was more recently acquired by a Saudi Arabian enthusiast. He had Fifteen Eleven Design restore the car in time for the inaugural Saudi Arabian Grand Prix at the end of 2021. Here, it was reunited with Alan Jones and demonstrated alongside FW07/01 by the likes if Emerson Fittipaldi and Damon Hill. (Source: Oldracingcars.com)

Chassis details
Manufactured in 1979
First owner Williams Grand Prix Engineering
Major wins
1979 German Grand Prix (Alan Jones)
1979 Austrian Grand Prix (Alan Jones)
1979 Canadian Grand Prix (Alan Jones)
1980 Argentine Grand Prix (Alan Jones)
Last known location Saudi Arabian Private Collection

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  Article Image gallery (12) FW07/04 Specifications