1992 Formula One season
The Formula 1 1992 season was the 43rd FIA Formula 1 World Championship. She was discharged through 16 races in the period from 1 March 1992 until 8 November 1992. Nigel Mansell won for the first time the drivers 'world championship, the Williams team for the fifth time constructors' world championship.
- 4.1 Drivers' Championship
- 4.2 Constructors' Championship
Teams and Drivers
Grand Prix of South Africa
The Grand Prix of South Africa at the Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit was held on 1 March 1992 and went 72 rounds.
Grand Prix of Mexico
The Grand Prix of Mexico Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez on the Mexico City took place on March 22, 1992 and went through 69 rounds.
Grand Prix of Brazil
The Grand Prix of Brazil at the Autódromo José Carlos Pace in Sao Paulo took place on April 5, 1992 and went through 71 rounds.
Grand Prix of Spain
The Spanish Grand Prix at the Circuit de Catalunya in Barcelona took place on 3 May 1992, went over 65 rounds.
Grand Prix of San Marino
Grand Prix of Monaco
The Monaco Grand Prix at the Circuit de Monaco took place on 31 May in 1992 and went through 78 rounds.
Grand Prix of Canada
The Canadian Grand Prix at the Circuit Gilles -Villeneuve in Montreal was held on 14 June 1992, went over a distance of 69 rounds.
Grand Prix of France
The French Grand Prix at the Circuit de Nevers Magny -Cours took place on 5 July 1992, went over a distance of 69 rounds.
Grand Prix of Great Britain
The Grand Prix of Great Britain at Silverstone Circuit was held on July 12 in 1992 and went over a distance of 59 rounds.
Grand Prix of Germany
The Grand Prix of Germany at the Hockenheimring was held on July 26 in 1992 and went over a distance of 45 laps.
Grand Prix of Hungary
The Hungarian Grand Prix at the Hungaroring was held on 16 August 1992, went over a distance of 77 rounds.
Nigel Mansell finished the race in second place and was in the World Cup after eleven of 16 races unassailable and thus for the first time world champion.
Grand Prix of Belgium
The Belgian Grand Prix at the Circuit de Spa -Francorchamps was held on 30 August 1992, went over a distance of 44 laps.
Michael Schumacher won for the first time in his career a Grand Prix.
Grand Prix of Italy
The Grand Prix of Italy at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza took place on 8 September 1992 and went over a distance of 53 rounds.
Grand Prix of Portugal
The Grand Prix of Portugal on the Estoril Circuit was held in Lisbon on 27 September 1992, went over a distance of 71 rounds.
Grand Prix of Japan
The Grand Prix of Japan at the Suzuka International Racing Course was held on 25 October 1992, went over a distance of 53 rounds.
Grand Prix of Australia
The Grand Prix of Australia on the Adelaide Street Circuit in Adelaide took place on 8 November 1992, went over a distance of 81 laps
World Cup ratings
World Champion will be the one driver or designer who has accumulated up to the end of the season the most points in the World Cup. The distribution of points, the placings in the overall result of the competition in all races are considered. The six top-ranked riders in each race were awarded points according to the following scheme:
News in brief Formula 1
- Five races before the end of the season at the Hungarian GP Nigel Mansell was early for the first and only time in his career champion. Overall Mansell presented the following records: At the beginning of the season, he won five races in a row, 14 times he ran the fastest time in qualifying training and won nine Grands Prix.
- Due to the infighting because of the commitment of three times former world champion Alain Prost at Williams for 1993 Nigel Mansell came back to the end of the season from the Formula 1 sport, and then drove in the American Cart- series.
- Ayrton Senna, who wanted to move from McLaren to Williams moved, because of the French lobby (Renault / Elf ) is also shorter.
- Best Formula 1 beginners for 27 years (Jackie Stewart) was Michael Schumacher.