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  Williams FW14B Renault

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Country of origin:Great Britain
Produced in:1992
Numbers built:6
Designed by:Patrick Head and Adrian Newey for Williams
Successor:Williams FW15C Renault
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:Before December 1st, 2004
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Configuration Renault RS4 67º V10
Location Mid, longitudinally mounted
Weight 137 kilo / 302 lbs
Construction aluminium alloy block and head
Displacement 3,493 cc / 213.2 cu in
Valvetrain 4 valves / cylinder, DOHC
Fuel feed Fuel Injection
Lubrication Dry sump
Aspiration Naturally Aspirated
Power 800 bhp / 597 kW @ 14,500 rpm
BHP/Liter 229 bhp / liter

Chassis carbon-fibre and aluminium honeycomb monocoque with stressed engine
Suspension (fr/r) double wishbones, push-rod actuated springs and active dampers, anti-roll bar
Steering rack-and-pinion, power assisted
Brakes (fr/r) Carbon Industries carbon ceramic discs
Gearbox Williams / XTrac 6 speed Semi-Automatic
Drive Rear wheel drive

Weight 510 kilo / 1,124 lbs
Wheelbase / Track (fr/r) 2,817 mm (110.9 in) / 1,739 mm (68.5 in) / 1,617 mm (63.7 in)
Fuel tank 223 Litre (58.9 Gallon US / 49.1 Gallon Imperial)
Tyres Goodyear

Performance figures
Power to weight 1.57 bhp / kg

Race history
Major wins
1992 South African Grand Prix (Nigel Mansell in FW14B-08)
1992 Mexican Grand Prix (Nigel Mansell in FW14B-08)
1992 Brazilian Grand Prix (Nigel Mansell in FW14B-08)
1992 San Marino Grand Prix (Nigel Mansell)
1992 Spanish Grand Prix (Nigel Mansell)
1992 French Grand Prix (Nigel Mansell)
1992 British Grand Prix (Nigel Mansell)
1992 German Grand Prix (Nigel Mansell)
1992 Portuguese Grand Prix (Nigel Mansell)
1992 Japanese Grand Prix (Riccardo Patrese)

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