Differenze tra le versioni di "Williams FW10"

Comunque, l'affidabilità della vettura non fu mai ottimale e la FW10 dimostrò difficoltà in condizioni di umido ([[Gran Premio del Portogallo 1985|Estoril]]) ed in circuiti tortuosi ([[Gran Premio di Monaco 1985|Montecarlo]]).
 
Durante le qualificazioni per il [[Gran Premio di Gran Bretagna 1985]] ata [[Silverstone Circuit|Silverstone]], Keke Rosberg lappedpercorse thei 4.719 km (2.932del mi)tracciato circuitalla inguida hisdella Honda poweredsua FW10 incon ail timetempo ofdi 1:05.591 forper anuna averagemedia speeddi of 160.9 mph (258.9 km/h), the first time a Formula One car had broken the 160 mph barrier for a qualifying lap. This record would stand until Williams driver [[Juan Pablo Montoya]] lapped [[Autodromo Nazionale Monza|Monza]] in his [[V10 engine|V10]] [[BMW in Formula One|BMW]] powered [[Williams FW24]] at 161.449 mph (259.827 km/h) during qualifying for the [[2002 Italian Grand Prix]].
 
''[[Autocourse]]'' subsequently picked the FW10 as third-best car of the year, behind the [[Lotus 97T]] and McLaren MP4/2B, and the chassis also won the [[Autosport]] magazine's "racing car of the year" award. The FW10 also acted as an important step up to {{F1|1986}} and {{F1|1987}} for the team, in which the [[Williams FW11|FW11]] with its Honda engines were generally the class of the field.
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