NIGEL MANSELL - WILLIAMS

F1 WORLD CHAMPION 1992

THE ENTIRE 1992 F1 GRAND PRIX SEASON ON DVD

ALL 16 FULL RACES !!

14 DVD BOXSET OF THE COMPLETE 1992 F1 SEASON

                                                       
ALL 1992 16 RACES IN FULL !!
(DVD LIST IS BELOW)

 

Round  Grand Prix  Pole Position  Fastest Lap  Winning Driver  Winning Constructor  
1Flag of South Africa South African Grand PrixFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of the United Kingdom Williams-Renault
2Flag of Mexico Mexican Grand PrixFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of Austria Gerhard BergerFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of the United Kingdom Williams-Renault
3Flag of Brazil Brazilian Grand PrixFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of Italy Riccardo PatreseFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of the United Kingdom Williams-Renault
4Flag of Spain Spanish Grand PrixFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of the United Kingdom Williams-Renault
5Flag of San Marino San Marino Grand PrixFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of Italy Riccardo PatreseFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of the United Kingdom Williams-Renault
6Flag of Monaco Monaco Grand PrixFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of Brazil Ayrton SennaFlag of the United Kingdom McLaren-Honda
7Flag of Canada Canadian Grand PrixFlag of Brazil Ayrton SennaFlag of Austria Gerhard BergerFlag of Austria Gerhard BergerFlag of the United Kingdom McLaren-Honda
8Flag of France French Grand PrixFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of the United Kingdom Williams-Renault
9Flag of the United Kingdom British Grand PrixFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of the United Kingdom Williams-Renault
10Flag of Germany German Grand PrixFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of Italy Riccardo PatreseFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of the United Kingdom Williams-Renault
11Flag of Hungary Hungarian Grand PrixFlag of Italy Riccardo PatreseFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of Brazil Ayrton SennaFlag of the United Kingdom McLaren-Honda
12Flag of Belgium Belgian Grand PrixFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of Germany Michael SchumacherFlag of Germany Michael SchumacherFlag of the United Kingdom Benetton-Ford
13Flag of Italy Italian Grand PrixFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of Brazil Ayrton SennaFlag of the United Kingdom McLaren-Honda
14Flag of Portugal Portuguese Grand PrixFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of Brazil Ayrton SennaFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of the United Kingdom Williams-Renault
15Flag of Japan Japanese Grand PrixFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of Italy Riccardo PatreseFlag of the United Kingdom Williams-Renault
16Flag of Australia Australian Grand PrixFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of Germany Michael SchumacherFlag of Austria Gerhard BergerFlag of the United Kingdom McLaren-Honda

ALL 16 RACES IN FULL

 

DVD 1 SOUTH AFRICA- FULL RACE

DVD 2 MEXICO - FULL RACE

DVD 3 BRAZIL - FULL RACE

DVD 4 SPAIN - FULL RACE

DVD 5 SAN MARINO - FULL RACE

DVD 6
MONACO - FULL RACE

DVD 7 CANADA- FULL RACE

DVD 8 FRANCE - FULL RACE

DVD 9 G.BRITAIN - FULL RACE

DVD 10 GERMANY - FULL RACE

DVD 11 HUNGARY - FULL RACE

DVD 12 BELGIUM - FULL RACE

       ITALY - FULL RACE

DVD 13 PORTUGAL - FULL RACE

       JAPAN - FULL RACE

DVD 14 AUSTRALIA - FULL RACE


1992 F1 SEASON SUMMARY





Nigel Mansell finally won the title with Williams.
Mansell's team-mate Riccardo Patrese finished as runner-up.
Michael Schumacher (pictured while driving for Ferrari), finished the season ranked third for Benetton.

The 1992 Formula One season was the 43rd FIA Formula One World Championship season. It commenced on March 1, 1992, and ended on November 8 after sixteen races. Nigel Mansell won the Drivers' World Championship, and the Williams-Renault team were Constructors' Champions.

Contents

Pre-season

The four major teams all kept at least one driver from 1991, with the two main title challengers both fielding unchanged driver lineups.

Further down the grid, the Jordan team took a risk by replacing both drivers after their successful debut season, while the impoverished Coloni team had been sold and renamed Andrea Moda Formula.

Race-by-Race

Race One: South Africa

The season started off in Kyalami where Mansell took pole ahead of Senna, Berger, Patrese, Alesi and Schumacher. At the start, Patrese blasted by both McLarens and Berger lost out to both Alesi and Schumacher as well. The order was: Mansell, Patrese, Senna, Alesi, Schumacher and Berger.

Mansell quickly pulled away from Patrese who was under no pressure at all from Senna. Alesi was well behind Senna and had a comfortable gap to Schumacher, whom Berger could do nothing about. The pit stops changed nothing and the order was still the same. Nothing changed until Alesi's engine failed on lap 41, promoting everyone behind him up the order. Andrea de Cesaris was briefly sixth and in the points but he held the position only for one lap until his engine failed as well.

Mansell won a dull opening race easily with Patrese making it a Williams 1-2 ahead of Senna, Schumacher, Berger and Johnny Herbert.

Race Two: Mexico

The Williamses were 1-2 in qualifying in Mexico ahead of the Benettons and the McLarens with Mansell on pole ahead of Patrese, Schumacher, Brundle, Berger and Senna. At the start, Senna blasted past his teammate and the Benettons with Brundle getting ahead of Schumacher. The order was: Mansell, Patrese, Senna, Brundle, Schumacher and Berger.

Schumacher quickly passed Brundle on lap 2 and soon afterwards there was a big queue behind Senna, who was apparently having some sort of trouble. Schumacher got past on lap 7 and the rest were relieved of being stuck up when Senna retired with transmission troubles on lap 11.

After the stops, Berger got ahead of Brundle only to be passed two laps later. Berger repassed Brundle on lap 36. Brundle got back ahead on lap 39 only for Berger to repass him two laps later. Brundle was back in fourth on lap 44 but retired with engine trouble three laps later, ending the battle four fourth . At the front, Mansell won with Patrese making it a Williams 1-2 again ahead of Schumacher, Berger, de Cesaris and Mika Häkkinen.

Race Three: Brazil

In qualifying in Brazil, the Williamses were ahead of the McLarens with Mansell on pole ahead of Patrese with Senna third in front of his home crowd ahead of Berger, Schumacher and Alesi. On the parade lap, Berger stalled and had to start at the back. At the start, Mansell was poor and Patrese blasted ahead of him with Brundle getting ahead of Alesi. The order was: Patrese, Mansell, Senna, Schumacher, Brundle and Alesi.

The Williamses pulled away with Mansell and Patrese battling until Mansell took the lead on lap 6. Senna was holding the rest at bay and Schumacher was over 20 seconds behind by the time he had passes Senna for third on lap 13. Brundle and Alesi passed him soon afterwards and Senna retired with engine troubles on lap 17.

The stops brought Alesi closer to Brundle and Alesi made his move on lap 31. The two collided, with Brundle spinning out. This promoted Karl Wendlinger to fifth and he was there until his clutch failed on lap 56. Mansell won with Patrese making it yet another Williams 1-2 ahead of Schumacher, Alesi, Capelli and Michele Alboreto.

Race Four: Spain

Mansell was on pole once again in Spain ahead of Schumacher, Senna, Patrese, Capelli and Brundle. At the start, in torrential wet conditions, Patrese got by Schumacher and Senna and Alesi sensationally climbed up from eighth to third. The order was: Mansell, Patrese, Alesi, Schumacher, Senna and Capelli.

Schumacher attacked and passed Alesi on lap 7. Senna tried to do the same but tipped Alesi into a spin, putting the Frenchman behind Berger and Capelli as well. By, now the rain intensified, and Patrese spun off on lap 20 while trying to lap a backmarker. This put Mansell ahead of Schumacher, Senna, Berger, Capelli and Alesi.

During the pit-stops, Alesi got past Capelli and began to charge up through the field. He cruised past Berger for fourth and began to attack Senna for third. He wanted to attack Schumacher as well and was in a hurry. The pressure was so much that Senna spun off with two laps to go. At the same time, Capelli spun off from as well. Mansell won again from Schumacher, Alesi, Berger, Alboreto and Pierluigi Martini.

 Race Five: San Marino

Now to San Marino and the Williamses were still well ahead of the McLarens and the Benettons, Mansell taking another pole ahead of Patrese, Senna, Berger, Schumacher and Brundle. At the start, Patrese attacked Mansell but Mansell kept the lead and Schumacher got ahead of Berger to take fourth. The order at the end of the first lap was: Mansell, Patrese, Senna, Schumacher, Berger and Brundle.

As usual, Mansell was pulling away from Patrese and these two were getting away from the field. Schumacher was pressurizing Senna but it was he who made the mistake first, spinning out into retirement on lap 21. Alesi was planning to go without a stop and so after the others stopped, he had climbed up to third. However, he was soon under pressure from the McLarens of Senna and Berger. Senna went ahead at Tosa on lap 40, but Berger tried to follow him through and Alesi lost momentum and spun towards Berger, taking both out.

Mansell made it five wins out of five with Patrese making it one more Williams 1-2 ahead of Senna, Brundle, Alboreto and Martini.

 Race Six: Monaco

In Monaco, the Williamses were again dominant, with Mansell taking six poles in six with Patrese beside him, Senna third, Alesi fourth, Berger fifth and Schumacher sixth. At the start, Senna got ahead of Patrese while Schumacher took Alesi and Berger into the first corner. However, Alesi took fourth back at Mirabeau and then the race settled down. The order was: Mansell, Senna, Patrese, Alesi, Schumacher and Berger.

Patrese began to attack Senna but then began to drop back with gearbox troubles. On lap 12, Schumacher tried to pass Alesi and the two collided, and an electronic box was damaged in Alesi's car, with Schumacher getting ahead. Alesi continued to stay fifth for another 16 laps before the damage forced him to retire on lap 28. This promoted Berger to fifth, a place which he held for just under 5 laps before he had to retire from gearbox troubles.

On lap 60, Alboreto, just about to be lapped by Senna, spun in front of him and Senna lost another 10 seconds. Then, there was a loose wheelnut in Mansell's car and Mansell had to pit and rejoined behind Senna. He closed the gap quickly but with overtaking extremely hard, Senna legally blocked every move that Mansell made. Senna won from Mansell, Patrese, Schumacher, Brundle and Bertrand Gachot.

Race Seven: Canada

There was a change in Canada with Senna taking his 61st career pole position ahead of Patrese, Mansell, Berger, Schumacher and Herbert. At the start, Mansell got ahead of Patrese and behind them Brundle was able to get by Herbert. The order was: Senna, Mansell, Patrese, Berger, Schumacher and Brundle.

The race settled down for the first 14 laps but then on lap 15, Mansell attacked Senna at the final chicane and hit a kerb, pushing his car into the air. It landed nose-first into the gravel and spun back on to the track. Mansell claimed that Senna had pushed him off the track. He was out and this forced Patrese to slow down and suddenly Berger went through to second. Senna then began to pull away from the field and the stops changed nothing. Senna still led Berger, Patrese, Schumacher, Brundle and Herbert. Herbert went out on lap 34 with clutch troubles.

Senna lost a certain victory when electrical failure put him out on lap 38. Behind them, Brundle passed Schumacher for third and this became second when Patrese's gearbox failed on lap 44. However, Brundle only lasted for two more laps before he retired with transmission trouble. Berger won from Schumacher, Alesi, Wendlinger, de Cesaris and Érik Comas.

Race Eight: France

It was back to normal in France with the Williamses ahead of the McLarens with Mansell on pole ahead of Patrese, Senna, Berger, Schumacher and home hero Alesi. At the start, Patrese got by Mansell while Berger got ahead of Senna and Brundle was able to sneak by Alesi. At the Adelaide hairpin, Schumacher tried to pass Senna but instead hit him, taking Senna out and forcing himself to pit. Meanwhile, Patrese and Mansell were side by side but Patrese kept the lead. Patrese led Mansell, Berger, Brundle, Alesi and Häkkinen and then Patrese waved Mansell through.

Nothing changed until lap 11 when Berger's engine failed. Soon afterwards it began to rain so heavily that the race was stopped. After some time the rain decreased and the grid formed up again. Patrese took the lead again with Alesi getting ahead of Häkkinen as well. Mansell tried to get past but Patrese defended and one again kept the lead. Patrese led Mansell, Brundle, Alesi, Häkkinen and Comas on aggregate. Patrese then waved Mansell through on track and soon Mansell got ahead on aggregate.

It began to rain again and everyone pitted for wets with Alesi going too late and dropping down to sixth. His engine failed on lap 61. Mansell won with Patrese making it a Williams 1-2 ahead of Brundle, Häkkinen, Comas and Herbert.

Thus, at the halfway stage of the season, Mansell was comfortably leading the championship with 66 points compared to Patrese's 34. Schumacher was third with 26, Senna was fourth with 18, Berger was fifth with 18, Alesi was sixth with 11, Brundle was seventh with 9 and Alboreto was eighth with 5. in the constructors championship, Williams were dominant, with 100 points and well ahead of the field. McLaren were second with 36, Benetton were third with 35 and Ferrari were fourth with 13.

Race Nine: Great Britain

Mansell took a popular pole position in Britain with Patrese making another Williams 1-2 ahead of Senna, Schumacher, Berger and Brundle. At the start, Patrese got ahead of Mansell while Brundle had a superb start, blasting by the three in front of him (Schumacher also got ahead of Senna). Patrese waved Mansell through on the Hangar straight with action behind as both Senna and Berger got ahead of Schumacher. Schumacher quickly recovered and repassed Berger at Priory before the first lap was over. Mansell led Patrese, Brundle, Senna, Schumacher and Berger.

Senna put Brundle under pressure but Brundle kept the place. The round of stops changed nothing, with Mansell leading from Patrese, Brundle, Senna, Schumacher and Berger. Schumacher then went wide at a corner giving fifth to Berger. Senna only lasted until lap 53 when his transmission failed. On the next lap, Schumacher passed Berger who was suffering from engine trouble.

Mansell took a win which sent his fans wild with Patrese making it one more Williams 1-2 ahead of Brundle, Schumacher, Berger and Häkkinen. There was cause for concern however, as a reckless and misguided track invasion as the race finished, could easily have ended in tragedy. Even so, Mansell overtook Jackie Stewart as the most successful British driver, with 28 wins to Stewart's 27.

Race Ten: Germany

In Germany, the Williamses were again ahead of the McLarens, with Mansell on pole ahead of Patrese, Senna, Berger, Alesi and home hero Schumacher. At the start, Mansell defended from Patrese while Alesi lost out to both Schumacher and a fast-starting Brundle. Mansell was leading Patrese, Senna, Berger, Schumacher and Brundle at the end of the first lap.

Mansell then pulled away from Patrese who was doing the same to the McLarens. Soon the stops came and everyone in the top pitted except Senna and the Benettons were planning to go without a stop. Berger had a slow stop and retired with a misfire soon after. The order after the stops was: Senna, Mansell, Schumacher, Patrese, Brundle and Alesi.

Mansell did not want to stay second and passed Senna to lead with Patrese taking third from Schumacher soon after. Patrese was on a charge and smashed the lap record in his chase of Senna. He was right with Senna on the penultimate lap and tried to attack on the last lap. But Patrese in his attempt spun off into the gravel trap and was out. Mansell took his eighth win of the season ahead of Senna, Schumacher, Brundle, Alesi and Comas.

Race Eleven: Hungary

At Hungary, Mansell was 46 points ahead of Patrese and the Williams team were 77 points ahead of Benetton with 6 races to go. This was the chance for Williams to seal both titles and they were dominant, but it was Patrese who took pole ahead of Mansell, Senna, Schumacher, Berger and Brundle. At the start, Berger got by Schumacher and then Mansell lost momentum and Senna passed him with Berger following his teammate through. The order was: Patrese, Senna, Berger, Mansell, Schumacher and Brundle.

Mansell passed Berger on lap 8 and set off after Senna. However, as hard as he tried, the combination of the small circuit and Senna's skills in defending meant that he could not pass. On lap 31, he made a mistake and went wide and rejoined behind Berger. Two laps later, Mansell passed Berger to get back third. Then, a pivotal movement came on lap 39 when Patrese spun off. He rejoined in seventh, outside the points which meant that Mansell would be the world champion if results stay the same. However, on lap 51, Mansell had to go the pits with tyre troubles and rejoined in sixth, just ahead of Patrese. Mansell quickly passed Häkkinen but before Patrese, who was right behind could take sixth, Patrese's engine blew. He was out and would get no points.

Mansell quickly caught and passed Brundle on lap 60 and four laps later, he was up to third when Schumacher's rear wing broke, spinning him out. Senna, a minute at the front, made a precautionary stop just as Häkkinen passed Brundle for fourth. Mansell passed Berger for second and now had a toehold on the championship. Soon afterwards, Häkkinen tried to pass Berger and spun into Brundle's path. Brundle was forced to spin to avoid a collision and both rejoined without losing places, with Häkkinen staying ahead. Senna won ahead of new world champion Mansell, Berger, Häkkinen, Brundle and Capelli.

Race Twelve: Belgium

Now to Belgium and champion-elect Mansell took pole ahead of Senna, Schumacher, Patrese, Alesi and Berger. At the start, it was damp and Senna outdragged Mansell with Patrese getting ahead of Schumacher while Berger did not move. Senna was leading Mansell, Patrese, Schumacher, Alesi and Thierry Boutsen.

Mansell attacked and passed Senna and the end of the seconds lap with Patrese following suit. Then it began to rain and everybody pitted for wets. But Senna stayed out in the hope that the rain would stop but it did not. He pitted late and rejoined down in 12th as Alesi went out with a puncture. The order was: Mansell, Patrese, Schumacher, Brundle, Häkkinen and Boutsen. Track was beginning to dry and Bouten spun off on lap 26. Schumacher lost two seconds after an off and stopped for dries at the end of the lap. However, Mansell and Patrese, stayed out way too long and when both pitted late, they rejoined behind Schumacher.

Mansell tried to close in but cracked an exhaust and dropped back. Patrese suffered the same fate and had to hold back Brundle. Behind, the recovering Senna took fifth from Häkkinen. Schumacher took his first win ahead of Mansell, Patrese, Brundle, Senna and Häkkinen. The Constructors Championship went to Williams after their 2-3 finish.

Thus, with three-quarters of the season over, Mansell was the World Champion with 98 points with Patrese second with 44, Schumacher third with 43, Senna fourth with 36, Berger fifth with 24, Brundle sixth with 21, Alesi seventh with 13 and Häkkinen eighth with 9. Williams are the World Champions in the constructors Championship with 142 points with Benetton second with 64, McLaren third with 60 and Ferrari fourth with 16.

Race Thirteen: Italy

Now to Italy and Mansell was on pole ahead of Senna, Alesi, Berger, Patrese and Schumacher. At the start, Mansell took off while Patrese got ahead of Alesi and Berger lost out to Schumacher, Capelli and Brundle. Mansell led Senna, Patrese, Alesi, Schumacher and Capelli.

Mansell pulled away fast with Senna holding up Patrese. On lap 13, both Ferraris went out: Alesi with trouble in his fuel system and Capelli with electrical problems. Patrese then passed Senna but Mansell was already 10 seconds up the road. Then, everybody stopped during which Brundle got ahead of Schumacher. The order was: Mansell, Patrese, Senna, Brundle, Schumacher and Berger. Then Mansell suddenly slowed down a lot and allowed Patrese to pass him. Then he made a spectacle behind Patrese to show everyone that he could pass him whenever he wanted.

Then, on lap 36, he began to drop back with hydraulic troubles. Senna, Brundle, Schumacher and Berger all passed him. He trolled round and retired in the pits on lap 41. Patrese led but then Senna began to close in. Patrese also began to suffer from hydraulic troubles and Senna passed him on lap 49. On the next lap, both Brundle and Schumacher found a way through. Patrese held fourth until the last lap when Berger passed him. Senna won from Brundle, Schumacher, Berger, the hobbling Patrese and de Cesaris.

Race Fourteen: Portugal

The Williamses were again ahead of the McLarens and the Benttons in Estoril with Mansell on pole ahead of Patrese, Senna, Berger, Schumacher and Brundle. At the start, Schumacher was late firing up and started at the back of the grid. At the start, Berger got ahead of Senna. Mansell led from Patrese, Berger, Senna, Brundle and Häkkinen.

Then it was the usual sight of Mansell pulling away from Patrese and the two getting away from the rest. The Williamses pitted early unlike the McLarens. Mansell had a quick stop and rejoined in the lead but Patrese had a problem with his right rear jack and joined behind the McLarens. He passed Senna quickly and set off after Berger. On lap 35, the recovering Schumacher took sixth from Alboreto. Soon after, Patrese was right with Berger, looking for a way through.

Berger realised that he had blistered his tyres and slowed down as he was about to go to the pits. Patrese was caught unawares, hit the back of Berger and had a massive crash. Luckily, Patrese was unhurt. Schumacher hit the debris and had to pit again, dropping back to eighth. Mansell took his 30th career win ahead of Berger, Senna, Brundle, Häkkinen and Alboreto.

With two more races to go, Mansell was already World Champion with 108 points but there was a big battle for second. Senna was second with 50, Schumacher was third with 47, Patrese was fourth with 46, Berger was fifth with 33, Brundle was sixth with 30, Alesi was seventh with 13 and Häkkinen was eighth with 11. In the Constructors Championship, Williams were the World Champions with 154 points. McLaren were second with 83, Benetton were third with 77 and Ferrari were fourth with 16.

 Race Fifteen: Japan

Before the race in Japan, Ferrari had dropped Capelli who had a poor season and replaced him with Nicola Larini. In qualifying, the Williamses showed their class with Mansell taking pole ahead of Patrese, Senna, Berger, Schumacher and Herbert. At the start, there were no changes at the front and Mansell still led Patrese, Senna, Berger, Schumacher and Herbert.

Senna did not last long, going out with engine troubles on lap 3. Berger decided to make an early stop and dropped back down to sixth. Schumacher had gearbox troubles and retired at the end of lap 13. Herbert now inherited third only to go out with the same problems two laps later. Berger and Brundle who stopped earlier did not stop when the others did and so the order after the stops was: Mansell, Patrese, Berger, Häkkinen, Brundle and Comas.

On lap 36, Mansell slowed down and let Patrese through before again speeding up and hanging on Patrese's tail. However, on lap 45, an engine failure ended Mansell's race. At the same time, Häkkinen went out with the same problem. Patrese won from Berger, Brundle, de Cesaris, Alesi and Christian Fittipaldi.

 Race Sixteen: Australia

For the season's final race in Adelaide, Mansell took pole ahead of Senna, Patrese, Berger, Schumacher and Alesi. At the start, Alesi had to hold off Brundle and there were no changes ahead of him. The order was: Mansell, Senna, Patrese, Berger, Schumacher and Alesi.

However, Mansell did not pull away as usual. Senna was right with him and tried to pass him on lap 8. He went wide and Mansell retained the lead. The top two were pulling away from Patrese and the rest but Senna could not attack Mansell. The gap stayed at less than a second. Then, on lap 19, entering the final corner, Senna crashed into the back of Mansell resulting in both drivers retiring. Some claimed that Mansell 'brake tested' Senna.

Patrese was now leading under immense pressure from Berger. Berger tried to pass around the outside but he too went wide. While Patrese did not pit, Berger pitted, followed 5 laps later by Schumacher. Berger rejoined 4 seconds ahead. Behind them, Brundle had got ahead of Alesi in the stops. On lap 51, Patrese, nearly 20 seconds ahead, coasted to a halt with an engine failure. So, Berger won with Schumacher close behind ahead of Brundle, Alesi, Boutsen and Stefano Modena.

At the end of the season, Mansell was a comfortable world champion with 108 points with Patrese edging out the battle for second with 56, Schumacher third with 53, Senna fourth with 50, Berger fifth with 49, Brundle sixth with 38, Alesi seventh with 18 and Häkkinen eighth with 11. In the Constructors Championship, Williams were dominant champions with 164 points, McLaren just edging out second with 99, Benetton a close third with 91 and Ferrari fourth with 21.

Drivers and Constructors

The following teams and drivers competed in the 1992 FIA Formula One World Championship.

EntrantConstructorChassisEngineTyreNoDriverTest Driver(s)
Flag of the United Kingdom Honda Marlboro McLarenMcLarenMP4/6B
MP4/7A
Honda RA121E 3.5 V12
Honda RA122E/B 3.5 V12
G1Flag of Brazil Ayrton SennaFlag of the United Kingdom Mark Blundell
2Flag of Austria Gerhard Berger
Flag of the United Kingdom Tyrrell Racing OrganisationTyrrell020BIlmor 2175A 3.5 V10G3Flag of France Olivier Grouillardn/a
4Flag of Italy Andrea de Cesaris
Flag of the United Kingdom Canon Williams TeamWilliamsFW14BRenault RS3C
Renault RS4 3.5 V10
G5Flag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of the United Kingdom Damon Hill
6Flag of Italy Riccardo Patrese
Flag of the United Kingdom Motor Racing Developments Ltd.BrabhamBT60BJudd GV 3.5 V10G7Flag of Belgium Eric van de Poelen/a
8Flag of Italy Giovanna Amati
Flag of the United Kingdom Damon Hill
Flag of the United Kingdom Footwork Mugen HondaFootworkFA13Mugen-Honda MF-351H 3.5 V10G9Flag of Italy Michele Alboreton/a
10Flag of Japan Aguri Suzuki
Flag of the United Kingdom Team LotusLotus102D
107
Ford HB 3.5 V8G11Flag of Finland Mika HäkkinenFlag of Monaco Olivier Beretta
12Flag of the United Kingdom Johnny Herbert
Flag of Italy FondmetalFondmetalGR02Ford HB 3.5 V8G14Flag of Switzerland Andrea Chiesan/a
Flag of Belgium Eric van de Poele
15Flag of Italy Gabriele Tarquini
Flag of the United Kingdom March F1MarchCG911Ilmor 2175A 3.5 V10G16Flag of Austria Karl WendlingerFlag of Italy Giovanni Lavaggi
Flag of the Netherlands Jan Lammers
17Flag of France Paul Belmondo
Flag of Italy Emanuele Naspetti
Flag of the United Kingdom Camel Benetton FordBenettonB192Ford HB Series 3.5 V8G19Flag of Germany Michael SchumacherFlag of Italy Alex Zanardi
20Flag of the United Kingdom Martin Brundle
Flag of Italy Scuderia Italia SpADallara192Ferrari 037 3.5 V12G21Flag of Finland Jyrki Järvilehton/a
22Flag of Italy Pierluigi Martini
Flag of Italy Minardi TeamMinardiM192Lamborghini 3512 3.5 V12G23Flag of Brazil Christian Fittipaldin/a
Flag of Italy Alessandro Zanardi
24Flag of Italy Gianni Morbidelli
Flag of France Ligier Gitanes BlondesLigierJS37Renault RS3B
Renault RS3C 3.5 V10
G25Flag of Belgium Thierry BoutsenFlag of France Alain Prost
26Flag of France Érik Comas
Flag of Italy Scuderia Ferrari SpAFerrariFA92AFerrari 038 3.5 V12G27Flag of France Jean AlesiFlag of Italy Nicola Larini
Flag of Italy Gianni Morbidelli
28Flag of Italy Ivan Capelli
Flag of Italy Nicola Larini
Flag of France Central Park Venturi LarrousseVenturi[1]LC92Lamborghini 3512 3.5 V12G29Flag of France Bertrand Gachotn/a
30Flag of Japan Ukyo Katayama
Flag of Ireland Sasol Jordan YamahaJordan192Yamaha OX99 3.5 V12G32Flag of Italy Stefano Modenan/a
33Flag of Brazil Maurício Gugelmin
Flag of Italy Andrea Moda FormulaModaS192Judd GV 3.5 V10G34Flag of Brazil Roberto Morenon/a
35Flag of the United Kingdom Perry McCarthy

 Formula One 1992 race schedule

RoundRaceDateLocation
1Flag of South Africa South African Grand PrixMarch 1Kyalami
2Flag of Mexico Mexican Grand PrixMarch 22Hermanos Rodriguez
3Flag of Brazil Brazilian Grand PrixApril 5Interlagos
4Flag of Spain Spanish Grand PrixMay 3Catalunya
5Flag of San Marino San Marino Grand PrixMay 17Imola
6Flag of Monaco Monaco Grand PrixMay 31Monaco
7Flag of Canada Canadian Grand PrixJune 14Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
8Flag of France French Grand PrixJuly 5Magny-Cours
9Flag of the United Kingdom British Grand PrixJuly 12Silverstone
10Flag of Germany German Grand PrixJuly 26Hockenheimring
11Flag of Hungary Hungarian Grand PrixAugust 16Hungaroring
12Flag of Belgium Belgian Grand PrixAugust 30Spa-Francorchamps
13Flag of Italy Italian Grand PrixSeptember 13Monza
14Flag of Portugal Portuguese Grand PrixSeptember 27Estoril
15Flag of Japan Japanese Grand PrixOctober 25Suzuka
16Flag of Australia Australian Grand PrixNovember 8Adelaide

Season review

Grands Prix

Round  ↓Grand Prix  ↓Pole Position  ↓Fastest Lap  ↓Winning Driver  ↓Winning Constructor  ↓Report  ↓
1Flag of South Africa South African Grand PrixFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of the United Kingdom Williams-RenaultReport
2Flag of Mexico Mexican Grand PrixFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of Austria Gerhard BergerFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of the United Kingdom Williams-RenaultReport
3Flag of Brazil Brazilian Grand PrixFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of Italy Riccardo PatreseFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of the United Kingdom Williams-RenaultReport
4Flag of Spain Spanish Grand PrixFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of the United Kingdom Williams-RenaultReport
5Flag of San Marino San Marino Grand PrixFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of Italy Riccardo PatreseFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of the United Kingdom Williams-RenaultReport
6Flag of Monaco Monaco Grand PrixFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of Brazil Ayrton SennaFlag of the United Kingdom McLaren-HondaReport
7Flag of Canada Canadian Grand PrixFlag of Brazil Ayrton SennaFlag of Austria Gerhard BergerFlag of Austria Gerhard BergerFlag of the United Kingdom McLaren-HondaReport
8Flag of France French Grand PrixFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of the United Kingdom Williams-RenaultReport
9Flag of the United Kingdom British Grand PrixFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of the United Kingdom Williams-RenaultReport
10Flag of Germany German Grand PrixFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of Italy Riccardo PatreseFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of the United Kingdom Williams-RenaultReport
11Flag of Hungary Hungarian Grand PrixFlag of Italy Riccardo PatreseFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of Brazil Ayrton SennaFlag of the United Kingdom McLaren-HondaReport
12Flag of Belgium Belgian Grand PrixFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of Germany Michael SchumacherFlag of Germany Michael SchumacherFlag of the United Kingdom Benetton-FordReport
13Flag of Italy Italian Grand PrixFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of Brazil Ayrton SennaFlag of the United Kingdom McLaren-HondaReport
14Flag of Portugal Portuguese Grand PrixFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of Brazil Ayrton SennaFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of the United Kingdom Williams-RenaultReport
15Flag of Japan Japanese Grand PrixFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of Italy Riccardo PatreseFlag of the United Kingdom Williams-RenaultReport
16Flag of Australia Australian Grand PrixFlag of the United Kingdom Nigel MansellFlag of Germany Michael SchumacherFlag of Austria Gerhard BergerFlag of the United Kingdom McLaren-HondaReport

1992 Constructors Championship final standings

Points for the 1992 FIA Formula One World Championship for Constructors were awarded on a 10-6-4-3-2-1 basis to the top six finshers in each round.

PlaceConstructorChassisEngineTyrePointsWinsPodiumsPoles
1Flag of the United Kingdom Williams-RenaultFW14BRenault RS3G164102115
2Flag of the United Kingdom McLaren-HondaMP4/6B
MP4/7A
Honda RA122EG995121
3Flag of the United Kingdom Benetton-FordB191B
B192
Ford HBA7G91113
4Flag of Italy FerrariF92A
F92AT
Ferrari 038G21
2
5Flag of the United Kingdom Lotus-Ford102D
107
Ford HBD5G13


6Flag of the United Kingdom Tyrrell-Ilmor020BIlmor 2175AG8


7Flag of France Ligier-RenaultJS37Renault RS3G6


8Flag of the United Kingdom Footwork-Mugen-HondaFA13Mugen-Honda MF-351HG6


9Flag of the United Kingdom March-IlmorCG911Ilmor 2175AG3


10Flag of Italy Dallara-FerrariF192Ferrari 037G2


11Flag of Ireland Jordan-Yamaha192Yamaha OX99G1


12Flag of France Venturi-LamborghiniLC92Lamborghini 3512G1


13Flag of Italy Minardi-LamborghiniM191B
M192
Lamborghini 3512G1


14Flag of Italy Fondmetal-FordGR01
GR02
Ford HBB5G


15Flag of the United Kingdom Brabham-JuddBT60BJudd GVG



16Flag of Italy Moda-JuddC4B
S921
Judd GVG


1992 Drivers Championship final standings

Points for the 1992 FIA Formula One World Championship for Drivers were awarded on a 10-6-4-3-2-1 basis to the top six finishers in each round.

PosDriverRSA
Flag of South Africa
MEX
Flag of Mexico
BRA
Flag of Brazil
ESP
Flag of Spain
SMR
Flag of San Marino
MON
Flag of Monaco
CAN
Flag of Canada
FRA
Flag of France
GBR
Flag of the United Kingdom
GER
Flag of Germany
HUN
Flag of Hungary
BEL
Flag of Belgium
ITA
Flag of Italy
POR
Flag of Portugal
JPN
Flag of Japan
AUS
Flag of Australia
Points
1Flag of the United Kingdom Nigel Mansell111112Ret11122Ret1RetRet108
2Flag of Italy Riccardo Patrese222Ret23Ret228Ret35Ret1Ret56
3Flag of Germany Michael Schumacher4332Ret42Ret43Ret137Ret253
4Flag of Brazil Ayrton Senna3RetRet931RetRetRet21513RetRet50
5Flag of Austria Gerhard Berger54Ret4RetRet1Ret5Ret3Ret422149
6Flag of the United Kingdom Martin BrundleRetRetRetRet45Ret33454243338
7Flag of France Jean AlesiRetRet43RetRet3RetRet5RetRetRetRet5418
8Flag of Finland Mika Häkkinen9610RetDNQRetRet46Ret46Ret5Ret711
9Flag of Italy Andrea de CesarisRet5RetRet14Ret5RetRetRet88694Ret8
10Flag of Italy Michele Alboreto1013655777797Ret7615Ret6
11Flag of France Érik Comas79RetRet9106586RetDNQRetRetRetRet4
12Flag of Austria Karl WendlingerRetRetRet812Ret4RetRet16Ret1110Ret

3
13Flag of Italy Ivan CapelliRetRet510RetRetRetRet9Ret6RetRetRet

3
14Flag of Belgium Thierry BoutsenRet10RetRetRet1210Ret107RetRetRet8Ret52
15Flag of the United Kingdom Johnny Herbert67RetRetRetRetRet6RetRetRet13RetRetRet132
16Flag of Italy Pierluigi MartiniRetRetRet66Ret8101511RetRet8Ret10Ret2
17Flag of Italy Stefano ModenaDNQRetRetDNQRetRetRetRetRetDNQRet15DNQ13761
18Flag of Brazil Christian FittipaldiRetRetRet11Ret813DNQ


DNQDNQ12691
19Flag of France Bertrand GachotRet11RetRetRet6DSQRetRet14Ret18RetRetRetRet1
NCFlag of Japan Aguri Suzuki8DNQRet71011DNQRet12RetRet9Ret10880
NCFlag of Finland Jyrki JärvilehtoRet88Ret119991310DNQ711Ret9Ret0
NCFlag of Italy Gianni MorbidelliRetRet7RetRetRet1181712DNQ16Ret1414100
NCFlag of Brazil Maurício Gugelmin11RetRetRet7RetRetRetRet151014RetRetRetRet0
NCFlag of France Olivier GrouillardRetRetRetRet8Ret121111RetRetRetRetRetRetRet0
NCFlag of Japan Ukyo Katayama12129DNQRetDNPQRetRetRetRetRet179Ret11Ret0
NCFlag of France Paul BelmondoDNQDNQDNQ1213DNQ14DNQDNQ139




0
NCFlag of Belgium Eric van de Poele13DNQDNQDNQDNQDNQDNQDNQWDDNQRet10Ret


0
NCFlag of Italy Emanuele Naspetti










12Ret1113Ret0
NCFlag of Italy Nicola Larini













12110
NCFlag of the United Kingdom Damon Hill


DNQDNQDNQDNQDNQ16DNQ11




0
NCFlag of the Netherlands Jan Lammers













Ret120
NCFlag of Italy Gabriele TarquiniRetRetRetRetRetRetRetRet14RetRetRetRet


0
NCFlag of Switzerland Andrea ChiesaDNQRetDNQRetDNQDNQDNQRetDNQDNQ





0
NCFlag of Brazil Roberto Moreno


DNPQDNPQRetDNPQ
DNPQDNPQDNQDNQ



0
NCFlag of Italy Alessandro Zanardi







DNQRetDNQ




0
NCFlag of the United Kingdom Perry McCarthy


DNPQDNPQDNPQ

DNPQEXDNPQDNQ



0
NCFlag of Italy Giovanna AmatiDNQDNQDNQ












0
PosDriverRSA
Flag of South Africa
MEX
Flag of Mexico
BRA
Flag of Brazil
ESP
Flag of Spain
SMR
Flag of San Marino
MON
Flag of Monaco
CAN
Flag of Canada
FRA
Flag of France
GBR
Flag of the United Kingdom
GER
Flag of Germany
HUN
Flag of Hungary
BEL
Flag of Belgium
ITA
Flag of Italy
POR
Flag of Portugal
JPN
Flag of Japan
AUS
Flag of Australia
Points
ColourResult
GoldWinner
Silver2nd place
Bronze3rd place
GreenPoints finish
BlueNon-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
PurpleDid not finish (Ret)
RedDid not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
BlackDisqualified (DSQ)
WhiteDid not start (DNS)
Race cancelled (C)
Light bluePracticed only (PO)
Friday test driver (TD)
(from 2003 onwards)
BlankDid not practice (DNP)
Excluded (EX)
Did not arrive (DNA)
Wit

 

 


   
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