Benetton F1 car from 1992, who drove Michael Schumacher when he first achieved a result that brought him to the podium, will be offered for sale at auction on May 13 in Monaco. This racing car, at the auction house Bonhams, is estimated at 220,000 to 280,000 euros or $250,000 to $320,000. Before Michael Schumacher, a car that was a springboard for later results of the most successful drivers in the history of Formula 1, was driving by a triple world champion Nelson Piquet, on his last appearance in the race for the Australian Grand Prix in 1991. In the same car in 1992, a debut for Benetton team has had Briton, Martin Brundle.
However, for rich collectors and fans of Formula 1 that they have enough money to participate on the auction in Monaco, the most important fact is that, driving this car in the race for the Grand Prix of Mexico in 1992, Michael Schumacher took third place and enrolled his first podium.
This racing car is powered by a Ford HB V8 engine capacity of 3,494 cc. with a maximum of 730 HP.