Ford Benetton B192: Schumacher’s car of 1992 designed by Ross Brawn


Michael Schumacher’s Ford Benetton B192 hits the track after some time of hibernation.

Schumacher started his career at Jordan back in 1991, but Benetton signed him before the end of 1991.

They saw that Michael, was a great racer and great addition to the team, who later showed his class.

At Benetton he won his first GP of his career, then he become champion driving for this team also.

In 1994 Schumacher won his first championship driving for this team, he also won the 1995 championship driving for Benetton.

He had offers from McLaren and Ferrari for 1996, he chosed Ferrari for his future, which was the right thing to do by the German.

At Ferrari, he won five titles, becoming the most successful of all time in Formula 1.

However, the Benetton B192 was designed by Ross Brawn, Rory Byrne and Willem Toet to compete in 1992 season.

Specs of B192:

Engine: 3.5-liter V8
Horsepower: 700 BHP
Transmission: 6-manual speed