About this project
The Williams FW19 was the car that the Williams Formula One team used to compete in the 1997 Formula One season. It was driven by Jacques Villeneuve and Heinz-Harald Frentzen, who moved from Sauber. The car was a logical development of the extremely successful FW18, which had comfortably won both titles in 1996.
After a controversial collision between Villeneuve and Schumacher in the season finale, the Canadian took the Drivers' Championship, with the team claiming the Constructors' Championship at the previous race.