The same but different? It's a nonsense paradox easy to dismiss, but when it comes to this classic 1980s Williams the old pearl carries a grit of truth.
Only a single letter in their names differentiate the Williams FW08 in which Keke Rosberg won the 1982 F1 World Championship and the car featured here in which he defended his title, yet they look completely different.
In one sense, thanks to the politically sharpened axe that cut a swathe through the F1 rule book late in the winter of 1982, they are. In three short months F1's plucky band-of-brother teams burned the candle to create fresh F1 cars from a brand new premise, but in most cases and because of the time and budget constraints, from what they had before.