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In 1994 Michael Schumacher won his first Formula 1 World Championship title at the Australian Grand Prix. His Benetton-Ford B194 car is unforgotten and remains cult amongst Formula 1 fans around the world.
The model measures nearly 60 centimetres and is made from 82 components that have been assembled by hand in a painstaking production technique. A detailed execution is just as indispensable as the perfect workmanship and meticulous assembly. A bespoke mix of materials is used for this purpose: the body is moulded from high-grade plastic resin to allow immaculate surfaces. The wheel suspensions are of lightweight, high-strength metal, just like the originals. After all, they have to bear the nearly four-kilogram model reliably. The realistic racing tyres of rubber have been realised just as accurately as the elegant aerodynamic bodywork attachments.
But the biggest challenge is the elaborate decoration on the colourful open-wheel car: it takes more than 250 individual steps to reproduce the characteristic Benetton look perfectly.
The Benetton-Ford B194 from Minichamps on a scale of 1:8 is strictly limited to 300 individually numbered copies worldwide. It comes in a representative display case with an acrylic hood and elegant plinth. The object has a total weight of around ten kilograms. A stand is also available for the display case as an optional extra so that this can be positioned freely in a room.
Specific numbers on request.
|Number of copies published:||Limited to 300 individually numbered examples|