Williams F1 team reveals historic display for Autosport International

Eight Williams Formula 1 cars will be featured in a special collection at Autosport International next month, including title winners driven by Nigel Mansell, Keke Rosberg and Damon Hill

Williams F1 team reveals historic display for Autosport International

The F1 team will have a major presence at the Birmingham NEC on January 14-17, including displaying its motorhome alongside a revamped Autosport stage.

The team's 1996 world champion, Hill will attend the annual motorsport show to start celebrations of the 20th anniversary of his title.

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His Renault-powered FW18 will be part of an eight-car line-up spanning its first challenger, the 1978 FW06, through to its 2015 FW37.

Mansell's dominant FW14B from the 1992 season will be on display, joined by the 1986 constructors' title-winning FW11 and Rosberg's FW08 from his 1982 world championship.

"We get such great support from the fans and we can't wait to be able to give something back at Autosport International," Claire Williams, Williams deputy team principal, said.

"We've got some incredible features lined up, and it is a great opportunity to get this close to some of our most famous racing cars - including the current season's."

WILLIAMS'S AUTOSPORT INTERNATIONAL LINE-UP

1978 Williams-Ford FW06 - The team's first F1 car

1982 Williams-Ford FW08 - Won drivers' title with Keke Rosberg

1986 Williams-Honda FW11 - Won constructors' title with Nigel Mansell and Nelson Piquet

1992 Williams-Renault FW14B - Won drivers' title with Mansell and constructors' title

1996 Williams-Renault FW18 - Won drivers title with Damon Hill and constructors' title

2003 Williams-BMW FW25 - Race winner with Juan Pablo Montoya and Ralf Schumacher

2012 Williams-Renault FW34 - Spanish Grand Prix winner with Pastor Maldonado

2015 Williams-Mercedes FW37 - Driven by Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa

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