Starwood Motors is excited about this 1996 Formula 1 built by Benetton with a Ford/Cosworth DFR engine and an on board PI Data System. So you think you want to go fast! This is the coolest find in the United States. This is a car for collecting or racing and it has more spare parts than you could imagine! Such as---spare front and rear wing, gears, starter, tire warmers, hoses clamps, spare wheels and tires. The list is too long to list them all. It is set up with a 10,000 rev limiter, so the engine should live a long term. This car is in amazing shape, just take it to the track and hold on. In the hands of a professional F1 driver the car is capable of120 MPH to 0 in approximately 80 to 100 feet while pulling over 4 G’s. The engine has less than 60 miles SMOH. It was a podium finisher in several races. Benetton built 6 of these for the 1996 racing season. It also has spare carbon brake rotors and pads, The sequential paddle shift gearbox is equipped with a Pro Shift system installed by Williams Racing Development North Carolina. Engine/ gearbox parts and service are available through Cosworth and Williams Racing. So if you think you can handle a car such as this! All I can tell is don't eat before you take it out. It has a Carbon fiber seats that is wrapped in suede. It was reported in 1996 that the average cost to build a F1 car was approximately $8,000,000.00 and is a bargain at this price. It would be a awesome piece of history to collect as well. American technology and support in a user friendly F1 car.