Model Brand: TAMEO Scale: 1/43
Builder: Kane & Co.
Description & Highlight:
This is our latest F1 white metal model. This model is under Benetton team with multi colour scheme so we have to paint different colour and applied a lot of decals on the body due to different sponsors to the team. The car was driven by M. Schumacher. The model is mounted on high quality acrylic display case with description on the base. The body is overed with high gloss clear coat. The wings and some other parts are welded together to enhance the rigidity. All the supensions and swing arms are covered with flat black paint to highlight the realistic from a real car.
The Benetton B195 was Benetton’s 1995 F1 car, designed by Rory Byrne and Ross Brawn. The B195 was almost identical to the Benetton B194 but a change of engine supplier caused a redesign of the engine installation, gearbox and rear suspenion. The car was now powered by a Renault V10 engine of the same type the rival Williams team was using. The B195 was not as stable as the Williams car and was seen by most paddock insiders as inferior to its rival. The Benetton B195 on display at the 1996 Autosport International Show.The car was designed with the aerodynamic limitations the FIA imposed for the season including smaller wings, better crash protection and the reduction of engine size from 3.5 to 3.0 litres.
After an initial disqualification and subsequent re-instatement of victory in Brazil, Michael Schumacher carried on from where he had left off in 1994, and battled Damon Hill for the world championship. The two drivers had several collisions and near misses just as in 1994, the most notable was at the British Grand Prix that year when Hill attempted to pass and took both he and Schumacher out of the race. Schumacher capitalised on further mistakes by Williams and Hill and took nine victories, easily retaining his championship, whilst Johnny Herbert took victory at Silverstone and Monza, another race where Hill and Schumacher had a crash. Benetton won their first constructors’ championship that season, but most of their key technical staff defected to Ferrari when Schumacher signed for them for the 1996 season.
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