MINICHAMPS - BENETTON - F1 B195 TEAM MILD SEVEN RENAULT N 1 WORLD CHAMPION WINNER JAPAN GP WITH RAIN TYRES MICHAEL SCHUMACHER 1995

Scale: 1/18
Carmodel code: CAR180545
Manufacturer code: 510953401
Colour: BLUE YELLOW
Material: die-cast
Year: 1995
EAN: 4012138760530

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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.

At the Japanese GP, in Suzuka, Michael Schumacher achieved the last of the nine victories of the 1995 championship. The German driver qualified in pole position, also obtaining the fastest lap in the race. This at the Japanese GP was also Schumacher's last victory with Benetton, before moving to Ferrari in 1996.

By David Tarallo

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The Danhausen company of Aachen, Germany, began producing its own series of handcrafted 1:43 models under the names Metal 43, Plumbies, SD Models and Minichamps in 1974. Between 1976 and 1990, AMR produced over 70 different Minichamps models for Danhausen. The mass production of highly detailed die-cast model cars, marketed under the name Minichamps, began in China in 1990 and marked a real revolution in the field of model making, with high quality products at extremely competitive prices. Minichamps models are developed in Germany, but production and assembly takes place in the Far East. In less than ten years Minichamps practically became the reference in the diecast sector. In 2004 the first resin miniatures were introduced. Over the years other scales have been developed significantly, including 1:18. The Maxichamps range, which includes affordable reissues of older Minichamps items, was introduced in 2016.