F1 2017 developer Codemasters has officially revealed the pair of classic Williams Formula One cars that'll feature in the title.
As with most of the classic cars confirmed for F1 2017 so far, the pair of vintage Williams models each represent seasons where the team dominated. For instance, the Williams FW18 won 12 of the 16 races in the 1996 season – with that year's title winner Damon Hill securing eight of those victories for Williams.
Likewise, the Williams FW14B as fielded in the 1992 Formula One World Championship comfortably secured Nigel Mansell and Williams outright victories in the Driver's and Constructor's Championship respectively.
With the Red Bull Racing RB6, the McLaren MP4/4 pre-order bonus and the full Ferrari line-up already revealed, the Williams announcement means four of the 12 classic cars set to be in F1 2017 are still to be disclosed by Codemasters.