The Benetton B192 that Michael Schumacher in 1992 participated in the world CHAMPIONSHIP Formula 1 is on may 12, will be auctioned in Monaco by the famous auction house RM Sotheby’s.
At the Techno Classica in Essen, the annual event for lovers of vintage cars and classic cars, the renowned auction house RM Sotheby’s is promoting the fact that the next year an auction will be organized.
As a way to catch attention, they had the Benetton B192 in which no one less than Michael Schumacher a number of races contested in the season 1992. The car will be on 12 may at the Monaco auction.
The Benetton B192 was designed by the legendary duo of Ross Brawn and Rory Byrne, men who Schumacher later to Ferrari would follow, and together an unprecedented series of successes would drop.
With the chassis, B192-01, obtained Michael Schumacher a nice second place behind Nigel Mansell in the GP of Spain in 1992. The German secured himself as the second to qualify for the race and could that position also hold after a crazy regenrace, quite a performance for that particular season was dominated by Mansell in his Williams FW14B.
The ‘Rekordmeister’ in spe would be his first full season in the Formula 1 exit at the third place in the world championship, for greats such as Ayrton Senna and Gerhard Berger in their McLaren-Honda, the previous years, yet unbeatable combination.
Interested parties can visit the website of RM Sotheby’s for more info.
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