The Williams FW15C #02
/ Overview

The Williams FW15C was an evolution of the high-tech FW14B which had taken Nigel Mansell to the 1992 FIA Formula 1 World Championship. Achieving nearly total domination with 10 wins 15 poles and 10 fastest laps in 1993.

It bristled with race-proven innovation: the world’s first V10 motor, with pneumatic valve operation; electro-hydraulic paddleshift gear-changing; computer-controlled active ride suspension that optimised its ride height and aerodynamic platform; power steering and power brakes.

This FW15C – chassis 02 is the one Damon Hill raced wheel-to-wheel against giants such as Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost as he grabbed his big chance. And what a storied racecar this is.

Fully operational and direct from Williams Private collection, having never been offered for sale previously FW15C #02 will be supplied complete with:

  • A comprehensive history file containing photographs, engineering notes and other historic documentation on a race by race basis from the Williams Archive
  • Certificate of authenticity signed by Sir Frank Williams, Damon Hill and Adrian Newey
  • Formal presentation and handover to the new owner at Williams Grove Headquarters by Jonathan Williams and Dickie Stanford (Williams Team Manager from 1995 to 2005)

Ongoing storage, transport, maintenance and support is also available tailored to the new owners requirements by separate negotiation.