PEUGEOT 905 Evo1B n.1
The Peugeot 905 Evo1B is the prototype that participated at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1992. The car was designed by Andre De Cortanze, under the supervision of the Sports Director Jean Todt who after the successes in the rally wished to undertake the Endurance adventure to win Le Mans. The 905 had a very advanced engine similar to those of Formula 1, so much to be able to supply in 1994 the engines at McLaren. Yannick Dalmas, Derek Warwick and Mark Blundell won the 1992 Le Mans 24 Hours with the Peugeot 905 Evo1B n.1, giving the French manufacturer the first victory.
In second place came the Toyota TS010 of Masanori Sekiya, Pierre-Henry Raphanel and Kenneth Acheson with a gap of six laps, while in third place the Peugeot 905 n.2 of Mauro Baldi, Philippe Alliot and Jean-Pierre Jabouille, with a gap of seven laps from the winner trio and who got the pole position with a record time thanks to the 905 usable only for the tests. In 1992 Peugeot also won the Sport Prototype Championship.
Peugeot 905 Evo1B
Designed: Andre De Cortanze
Carbon fiber Monocoque
Length: 4800 mm
Width: 1960 mm
Height: 1040 mm
Suspension front: Double wishbones, push-rod actuated coil springs and dampers, anti-roll bar
Suspension rear: Double wishbones, rocker-actuated coil springs over dampers, anti-roll bar
Brakes: Carbon Discs
Peugeot SA35-A2 3499 cc V10 80°
Power: 490 kW
Drive Type: Rear wheel drive
Transmission: Peugeot six speed
Fuel brand: Esso
Fuel Type: Petrol
Tank Capacity: 90 lt
Winner 24 hours of Le Mans 1992 with drivers Mark Blundell, Yannik Dalmas, David Warwick
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