For instance the shirt celebrating Williams' 1996 championship glory instead features the car from the year after, the FW19, being driven by '96 champion Hill's replacement Heinz Harald Frentzen.
The FW19, much like its predecessor, was an iconic F1 machine that led Jacques Villeneuve to the title in dominant fashion, with Frentzen finishing 39 points behind in second.
The car was also the last of Adrian Newey's for the team and won Williams’ last world title.
Another design fault discovered in Abercrombie’s Williams design is one showcasing their five constructors' titles during the 1990s, but the car used on the shirt is actually the FW11 from the 1980s, which won two constructors' world championships in 1986 and 1987 - the latter also seeing Nelson Piquet win the drivers' title.
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