About the car
The Benetton B194 is the Formula One car used by the Benetton Formula team in the 1994 Formula One World Championship. Driven by German Michael Schumacher, Dutchman Jos Verstappen, Finn Jyrki Järvilehto and British Johnny Herbert, the B194 is equipped with a Ford engine, which enabled Michael Schumacher to win his first world championship title in 1994. The car was developed by the South African engineer Rory Byrne, under the supervision of the British driver Ross Brawn.
It is made of carbon fibre monocoque chassis, and possesses a V8 engine, which means it is a speed monster due to the huge performance gains from the turbo and electric power and reaches up to 14500 rpm. The car possesses an engine named Ford Cosworth EC Zetec-R and a displacement 3494 cm3.
At the 1994 French Formula One Grand Prix, which took place at the Magny-Cours circuit on 3 July, Germany’s Michael Schumacher won in the Benetton Ford.
About the Brand
Ford (officially Ford Motor Company or FMC) is an American automobile manufacturer, based in Dearborn.
On June 16, 1903, Henry Ford founded the Ford Motor Company with the support of eleven investors who raised $28,000 in cash ($797,000 in 2019).
About the Manufacturer
Minichamps – manufacturer of diecast model cars, trucks, buses, motorcycles, tanks, and automotive accessories, offers a wide variety of different scaled replicas. Their models of Formula 1 are made in either 1:18 or 1:43 scale.
The Minichamps range today includes models from all the major car manufacturers around the world and from various types of motor racing and sports teams. Originally known as Paul’s Model Art (PMA) when Minichamps was founded in 1990. As an industry leader, Minichamps produced the most diverse range of models of any other model producer.