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1992 Brazilian Grand Prix


1992 Brazilian Grand Prix


1-DVD (92 Minutes)

This is the complete race as broadcast on LIVE TV.


McLaren arrived in Brazil with six cars; three were the new MP4/7’s, and three were the older
MP4/6B’s to be used as backups. The Williams Team was again dominant with drivers Nigel Mansell
and Riccardo Patrese and both cars qualified two full seconds in front of the McLarens of Ayrton
Senna and Gerhard Berger. Michael Schumacher qualified fifth in his Benetton followed by Jean
Alesi (Ferrari) and Martin Brundle (Benetton). Before the parade lap Gerhard Berger’s new
McLaren MP4/7 failed to fire up and he had to start the race from the pit lane.

Mansell had a terrible start and his teammate Patrese grabbed the lead. Mansell then struggled to
hold off Schumacher and Senna, but he soon regained his composure and proceeded to battle
Patrese for the lead. For the next few laps they battled while they pulled away from the rest of the
field. Schumacher passed Senna on lap 13 to take third and then began to close on the two Williams’
cars. Unfortunately, Senna began to fall behind and retired on lap 17 with electrical problems.

Mansell would take the win, followed by his teammate Patrese, then Schumacher, Alesi, and Capelli.

This is a EuroSport live broadcast with a few breaks for TV commercials (edited out).