About this project
The FW13 FW14 and FW15 were the first cars to heavy rely on electronics "special" driving aids.
Featuring active suspension, anti-lock brakes, traction control, telemetry, fly-by-wire controls, pneumatic valve springs, power steering, semi-automatic transmission, a fully automatic transmission and also continuously variable transmission, although the latter was only used in testing. As a result, Alain Prost described the car as "a little Airbus".
Nevertheless in a raining day at Donington in 1993 Senna lapped everybody including Prost and Hill, and aside from these two he lapped all the rest several times, some up to 5 times.
Cinema4D and Photoshop