Benetton B192 first appeared at Spanish Grand Prix 1992, 4th round of the World Championship. First three opening Grand Prix Benetton drivers Michael Schumacher and Martin Brundle raced on the B191B, the model of the previous season. The B192 designed by Ross Brawn and Rory Byrne was very comfortable car to drive despite lacking many technical advances featured by season dominating Williams FW14B like semi-automatic transmission, active suspension, and traction control. After his impressive debut in 1991, in his first full season Michael Schumacher drove B192 to his first podium (at Mexican GP, 1992) and then first win (at rainy Belgian GP 1992). In the final standings Schumacher was third after invincible Williams duo of Nigel Mansell and Riccardo Patrese. Brundle achived several podiums and took 6th position in the Championship. This simple contemporary scale model was made by Japanese Kyosho company.
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