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Williams Racing - FW14B - F1® World Drivers' & Constructors' Champion - 1992 | Unique Numbers

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Product description

Automobilist x Williams Racing

Specifically designed and created to celebrate the Williams FW14B Formula One car. Limited edition of 500 pieces only, uniquely numbered. Uses the latest 3D modelling technology to design the poster.

Technology

3D modelling and CGI compositing

Production

High-quality offset print

Material

Premium heavyweight 175 g/m2 paper

Paper finish

Matte, textured paper

Story behind

Williams FW14B

As the name implies, FW14B car was an evolution of the FW14 and simply blitzed both 1992 titles, sealing them by the Hungarian Grand Prix, the 11th round of 16 that year! En route to these successes the FW14B set numerous records, only once being classified outside of the points at a time when only the top six were scored. In 32 starts, FW14B claimed 10 wins, nine second and two third places, 15 poles and 10 fastest laps.

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Display your posters on the wall in a quality frame in slim and contemporary design. Our frames are made of pine wood with a quality surface finish to suit all homes and styles.

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How it's done

The Magic Behind

We design each print using a world-unique combination of 3D renderings and CGI technology allowing us to re-create each car to precise coats of paint and scratches with a level of detail never seen before.

About

Automobilist

We are a team of artists, creative thinkers, solution finders, automotive and motorsport aficionados, and perfectionists dedicated to design anything automotive. Creating premium 3D artwork for automotive enthusiasts around the world since 2012.

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