The 1986 Ford Benneton B186 Mexico Grand Prix was a remarkable race car from a remarkable era in motorsport. Sleek and futuristic, the B186 epitomised the height of Formula One technology in the mid-1980s and was the weapon of choice for the powerhouse Benneton team. At its core, the B186 was powered by a 3.5 litre turbocharged V6 engine, which produced up to 1040 hp in qualifying and 800 hp in the race. Coupled with its chic-looking aerodynamic design and lightweight construction, it had impressive performance characteristics, allowing it to accelerate from 0-60 mph in 3 seconds flat and reach a top speed of 215 mph. Its power was transferred to the wheels by carbon-fibre-reinforced epicycloidal transaxles and was augmented by advanced electronic and pneumatic controls. As for handling, the B186 had a power-assisted carbon-fibre monocoque chassis and a moveable rear wing. This allowed it to produce an enormous downforce, allowing the car to take advantage of its cornering abilities. The result was a competitive car that was capable of competing at the highest levels of motorsport. The 1986 Ford Benneton B186 Mexico Grand Prix was a force to be reckoned with and a symbol of automotive excellence.
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