|Chassis||Carbon fibre and honeycomb composite structure|
|Suspension (front)||Double wishbones, pushrod|
|Suspension (rear)||Double wishbones, pushrod|
|Engine||Yamaha OX99, 3,498 cc (213.5 cu in), 72° V12, NA, mid-engine, longitudinally mounted|
|Transmission||Jordan 7-speed semi-automatic|
|Notable entrants||Sasol Jordan Yamaha|
|Notable drivers||32. Stefano Modena
33. Maurício Gugelmin
|Debut||1992 South African Grand Prix|
The Jordan 192 was a Formula One car designed by Gary Anderson for the Jordan Grand Prix team for the 1992 Formula One season. The number 32 seat was taken by Stefano Modena and the number 33 seat was taken by Maurício Gugelmin, both new to the team.
After a somewhat successful 1991 debut season the team had lost their supply of Ford engines due to large debts. Instead Jordan signed a contract to run the Yamaha OX99 3.5L V12, which was supplied for free. One of the problems was that the team had already begun work on the 192 in the expectation that it would continue to run the Ford V8 engine rather than a much larger V12 Yamaha. The team's new main sponsor was Sasol, replacing 7UP.
Compared to their successful debut season, 1992 was a total catastrophe for Jordan. The team struggled badly with reliability issues (in particular overheating), with Gugelmin retiring from seven of the first nine races and Modena failing to finish a race until the twelfth race of the season at Spa. Modena also failed to qualify four times in a car that was significantly slower than its predecessor. The team failed to score a point until the final race of the season in Australia, when Modena finished 6th. Jordan eventually finished 11th in the Constructors' Championship, with 1 point.
Complete Formula One results
(Key) Results in bold indicate pole position and results in italics indicate fastest lap in race.
|1992||Sasol Jordan||Yamaha OX99
- "STATS F1 • Jordan 192". Statsf1.com. Retrieved 2010-08-23.
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