The lowdown on every Formula 1 Williams Racing car ever built from the 1978 Williams FW06 right up to the FW42 of 2019. In total, Williams have built 36 F1 cars (not counting variations) that have, between them, won 114 Grand Prix, 9 Formula 1 Constructors Championships and seven Formula 1 Drivers World Championships.
Because Williams racing cars have spanned such a long time in Formula 1, they vary a great deal in their appearance and in the technology they use. From the ground effects of the late 1970s that helped Williams to their first Grand Prix win at Silverstone in '79, to the turbo era of the mid-1980s, and the technology rich 1990s that saw Williams dominate the sport for half a decade. Beyond that, Williams cars have evolved with each new set of regulations that have culminated in the turbo-hybrid, aero heavy era of the present day.