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The Williams FW10 was the Formula One car built and raced by the Williams F1 Team for the 1985 Formula One season. Designed by Patrick Head and Enrique Scalabroni and powered for a second year by a Honda V6 Turbo engine. Head designed the FW10 to be much stiffer by making the monocoque entirely from carbon composite, rather than the aluminium honeycomb construction of previous years.

The team had a much better season than in the previous two years, scoring four wins and taking third place in the Constructors' Championship. Rosberg won at Detroit early on, whilst developments to the engine in the final stages of the season saw the FW10 win the final three races. Mansell, having joined the team from Lotus at the beginning of the year, won his first Grand Prix in home territory at Brands Hatch, before following it up immediately with another win at Kyalami. Rosberg then won the last race of the season, at Adelaide. However, the team's reliability was still not as good as some of its rivals, and the car proved difficult to drive in wet conditions and at tight circuits with earlier-specification engines, such as at the Portuguese and Monaco Grands Prix.

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