The B190B was a remodelled version of its predecessor, the B190, which drove during the 1990 season, and was a revised model which raced for the first two races of the 1991 season. It was then replaced by the B191 for the San Marino Grand Prix. The Benetton B190B was driven by Nelson Piquet.
Benetton finished fourth in the Constructors’ Championship at the end of the 1991 season (having used both the B190B and the B191) claiming 38 points as a team.
This spectacular Show Car features the liveries of the team seen on the B190B from 1991 and also dons the sponsorship branding from the year. It features both Piquet and Schumacher's names on the car. Schumacher actually joined the team later in the season and drove the B191, whereas Piquet sat behind the wheel of both the B190B and the B191. This Show Car has been decorated to represent the team in 1991.
Manufactured using similar materials and components to the race car, this Show Car is presented by F1 Authentics.