The B195 developed by Benetton for the 1995 Formula One season, was similar to its predecessor, the B194, but a change of engine supplier from Ford to Renault resulted in a redesign of the engine installation, gearbox and rear suspension. Michael Schumacher successfully defended his title with Benetton, scoring nine wins and accumulating 33 more points than second-placed Williams driver Damon Hill.
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