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Williams FW11B Honda V6, which helped the team win both drivers and manufacturers titles in 1987
"...Nevertheless, all these moves were not to interfere with the turbo powered cars' capability of winning races. There was still no naturally aspirated powerplant to fight the over-600bhp producing turbos, which led several teams to switch to alternative championships for a decent shot at some wins and titles. After years and years of trying to stop the turbocharged units from disclosing their true power, the FIA banned them for good at the end of the 1988 season. That campaign was a ..." Continue Reading →
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