For the 1992 season, Williams-Renault debuted the FW14B. Visually the main difference between the two cars was a pair of protrusions over the FW14B’s front pushrods and a longer nose section but, crucially, the new car added active suspension and a steering-wheel gearshift to the power of Renault V10 RS3 engine. The changes added reliability to the car’s advanced technology and Mansell took pole position and first place in the first five Grand Prix of the season.