1993 Williams Renault FW15C ex-Prost
1993 Williams FW15C Alain Prost
This car remains one of the most technically advanced Formula One cars ever made, because rule changes subsequently barring electronic driver aids.
Active suspension, ABS anti-lock brakes, and traction control all featured, although the fundamental competitiveness of this car also contributed to its spectacular tally of 10 wins from 16 races.
Drivers Alain Prost and Damon Hill enjoyed the power of Renault’s 760bhp-plus 3.5 litre V10, which won Prost the driver’s championship and Williams the constructors’ title.