SPARK-MODEL - LIGIER - F1 JS41 N 26 6th SPANISH GP 1995 O.PANIS

Scale: 1/43
Carmodel code: CAR145674
Manufacturer code: S7409
Colour: BLUE
Material: resin
Year: 1995
EAN: 9580006974099

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The Ligier team is completely restructured for the 1995 Formula 1 season. The team is now controlled by Flavio Briatore, who imposes several changes in the technical and sporting direction. With the Renault engines reserved for Benetton, the Ligier passed to the Japanese Mugen (V10 72 °, 3000cc). The Ligier JS41 looked like a copy of Benetton, but the FIA ​​judged the two single-seaters to be the result of separate projects (then as now the regulations required the teams to be the designer and builder of their own cars). Ligier finished fifth in the constructors' championship with 24 points. The best of his drivers, Olivier Panis, was eighth with 16 points.

By David Tarallo

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