Nigel Mansell only ever won the one Formula 1 championship. But he did it in style, winning nine races in what was his last full season in the sport—1992—and taking the drivers’ title with five rounds to spare.
And this is the actual car he used in seven of that season’s 16
The Williams FW14B is one of the great F1 cars. With aero by Adrian Newey, 3.5-liter V10 power from Renault, hydraulic active suspension, traction control, and an early paddle-shift gearbox, it almost literally ran rings around the competition. All too predictably, many of its innovations (including the suspension) have since been banned, which is why the FW14B is still considered to be among the most advanced F1 cars.
NOTE: This article first appeared on TopGear.com. Minor edits have been made.