It was a remarkable first year in Formula 1 racing for the Jordan Grand Prix team when they finished fifth in the constructors’ championship in 1991. For the 1992 season they selected the Yamaha V12 OX99 engine for the basis of their car, around which the team engineer Gary Anderson designed the new Jordan Yamaha 192 chassis. This design, known as aeromagic, made the most of many aerodynamic characteristics and was designed to make the setting-up of the chassis easier from circuit to circuit. The original push-pull seven speed transmission system was the focus of much attention. One of the drivers, Stefano Modena, finished seventh at the Japan Grand Prix and sixth in Australia’s.
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- 8 sprues
- Four black vinyl tires
- Clear parts
- Includes decals for cars 32 and 33
- Black poly caps
- Tire logo transfers
- Detailed interior
- Illustrated instructions and paint guide