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MINICHAMPS - BENETTON - F1 B195 TEAM MILD SEVEN RENAULT N 1 WINNER PACIFIC GP MICHAEL SCHUMACHER 1995 WORLD CHAMPION

Scale: 1/18 Code: 510953301 Colour: BLUE YELLOW Material: die-cast Notes: F1 WORLD CHAMPION
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MINICHAMPS 510953301 Scale 1/18  BENETTON F1  B195 TEAM MILD SEVEN RENAULT N 1 WINNER PACIFIC GP MICHAEL SCHUMACHER 1995 WORLD CHAMPION  BLUE YELLOW

MINICHAMPS 510953301 Scale 1/18  BENETTON F1  B195 TEAM MILD SEVEN RENAULT N 1 WINNER PACIFIC GP MICHAEL SCHUMACHER 1995 WORLD CHAMPION  BLUE YELLOW

MINICHAMPS 510953301 Scale 1/18  BENETTON F1  B195 TEAM MILD SEVEN RENAULT N 1 WINNER PACIFIC GP MICHAEL SCHUMACHER 1995 WORLD CHAMPION  BLUE YELLOW

MINICHAMPS 510953301 Scale 1/18  BENETTON F1  B195 TEAM MILD SEVEN RENAULT N 1 WINNER PACIFIC GP MICHAEL SCHUMACHER 1995 WORLD CHAMPION  BLUE YELLOW

MINICHAMPS 510953301 Scale 1/18  BENETTON F1  B195 TEAM MILD SEVEN RENAULT N 1 WINNER PACIFIC GP MICHAEL SCHUMACHER 1995 WORLD CHAMPION  BLUE YELLOW

MINICHAMPS 510953301 Scale 1/18  BENETTON F1  B195 TEAM MILD SEVEN RENAULT N 1 WINNER PACIFIC GP MICHAEL SCHUMACHER 1995 WORLD CHAMPION  BLUE YELLOW

MINICHAMPS 510953301 Scale 1/18  BENETTON F1  B195 TEAM MILD SEVEN RENAULT N 1 WINNER PACIFIC GP MICHAEL SCHUMACHER 1995 WORLD CHAMPION  BLUE YELLOW

MINICHAMPS 510953301 Scale 1/18  BENETTON F1  B195 TEAM MILD SEVEN RENAULT N 1 WINNER PACIFIC GP MICHAEL SCHUMACHER 1995 WORLD CHAMPION  BLUE YELLOW

MINICHAMPS - BENETTON - F1 B195 TEAM MILD SEVEN RENAULT N 1 WINNER PACIFIC GP MICHAEL SCHUMACHER 1995 WORLD CHAMPION

Scale: 1/18 Code: 510953301 Colour: BLUE YELLOW Material: die-cast Notes: F1 WORLD CHAMPION
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Having surprisingly won his first world title in 1994, Michael Schumacher repeated himself in 1995, again with the team headed by Flavio Briatore. With the change of technical regulations (reduction of the displacement from 3.5 to 3 liters), Benetton secured the supply of the Renault V10s. Schumacher won 9 Grands Prix (Brazil, Spain, Monaco, France, Germany, Belgium, European GP, Pacific GP and Japan), showing sometimes an overwhelming superiority. 1995 was his last year at Benetton before moving to Ferrari, where he would remain until 2006.

By David Tarallo