Benetton B191

(asr_1991_benetton_b191) Mod
Benetton B191, skin 19_moreno_r10_r11
Benetton B191, skin 19_moreno_r10_r11
Benetton B191, skin 19_moreno_r1_r2_r3_r4
Benetton B191, skin 19_moreno_r5
Benetton B191, skin 19_moreno_r6
Benetton B191, skin 19_moreno_r7
Benetton B191, skin 19_moreno_r8
Benetton B191, skin 19_moreno_r9
Benetton B191, skin 19_schumacher_r12_r13_r14_r15_r16
Benetton B191, skin 20_piquet_r10_r11
Benetton B191, skin 20_piquet_r12_r13_r14_r15_r16
Benetton B191, skin 20_piquet_r1_r2_r3_r4
Benetton B191, skin 20_piquet_r5
Benetton B191, skin 20_piquet_r6
Benetton B191, skin 20_piquet_r7
Benetton B191, skin 20_piquet_r8
Benetton B191, skin 20_piquet_r9

The Benetton B191 is a Formula One racing car with which the Benetton team competed in the 1991 Formula One season and at the beginning of 1992. Designed by John Barnard and Mike Coughlan, the car made its debut at the 1991 San Marino Grand Prix, driven by three-time World Drivers' Champion Nelson Piquet and Roberto Moreno. The B191 was powered by the Ford HBA5 V8 engine in an exclusive deal with Ford, and ran on Pirelli tyres.

Setups

There are no setups for this car.

Sessions

This car has been used in 5 sessions.

Tyres

  • Pirelli Hard (A)
  • Pirelli Medium (B)
  • Pirelli Soft (C)
  • Pirelli Qualifying (Q)

Specs

  • Acceleration: --
  • BHP: 695 bhp
  • Power Ratio: 0.73 kg/hp
  • Top Speed: 300+ km/h
  • Torque: 380 Nm
  • Weight: 505kg

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