Williams : 40 years of F1 in eleven cars

FW15c (1993)

Derived from the 91-92 FW14, the 15c had even more electronic wizardry than its predecessor with power steering, anti-lock brakes and fly-by-wire control, making it the most advanced racing car of its time. With 15 poles from a possible 16, it crushed the competition, making Senna’s efforts in a McLaren powered by a customer Ford all the more extraordinary. Prost won his fourth and final world championship (seven wins + three for the not yet polished Damon Hill) before relinquishing his seat to his arch-rival for 1994.