The Ford Benneton B190 F1 OW 1990 is a Formula One racing car developed and manufactured by the iconic Ford Motor Company. It was designed to compete in the FIA 1990 Formula One Championship. The B190 was the most successful of the Benneton cars throughout its racing career and achieved several podiums and race victories with drivers Nelson Piquet and Martin Brundle at the helm. This car is distinguished by its low profile, aerodynamic design and powerful 1.50 L turbocharged Ford Cosworth V8 engine producing up to 780 hp. The advanced double wishbone suspension system with pushrod actuated torsion bar springs helps deliver the perfect balance between control and agility while the rear wing and airfoil provide invaluable downforce for superior grip and improved acceleration. With a dry weight of just 1000 kg, the B190 is one of the lightest Formula One cars of the era and is capable of reaching top speeds of more than 300 km/h. Other notable features include the 6 speed semi-automatic gearbox, the new active suspension system, adaptive mapping and the high downforce Bodykit. The Ford Benneton B190 F1 OW 1990 remains a true classic in the history of Formula One and a reliable source of thrilling performance.
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