The Ford Benetton B193 F1 OW 1993 is a single-seater racing car developed by the Benetton Formula One team in 1993. It was arguably one of the most technically advanced chassis of that era, and was driven by renowned drivers such as Riccardo Patrese, Michael Schumacher, Johnny Herbert and JJ Lehto. The B193 was powered by a 3.5 litre, V10 Ford HBA5 engine which produced over 800bhp and was mated to a six-speed semiautomatic transverse gearbox. Aerodynamic features such as the raised nose, the heavily contoured sidepods and the huge rear wing improved airflow and maximised downforce on the track. The chassis was made of a honeycomb aluminium structure with composite monocoque panels and a carbon fibre composite body which reduced the overall weight of the car. A double wishbone suspension system was standard, featuring adjustable dampers and anti-roll bar. The B193 featured several other innovative design elements including the improved cockpit instrumentation, the advanced traction control system and the adjustable front wing flaps. Despite the impressive and advanced technology, the Ford Benetton B193 F1 OW 1993 was unfortunately unsuccessful and ended the season with only two podium finishes.
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