The 191B was not the most successful F1 car of its day, nor did it live a particularly long life. Raced in the 1992 season by Christian Fittipaldi and Gianni Morbidelli, it was an updated Minardi 191 chassis without the outgoing car's Ferrari engine. Out of the four races in which it was entered it finished just two. This particular car, chassis #003, peaked with a P11 finish in Spain, while Morbidelli’s sister car managed seventh at the Brazilian Grand Prix four weeks earlier. However, you should know the 191B was fitted with a 700 horsepower Lamborghini V12 engine, the LE3512. Consequently it sounds utterly wonderful. It even has a six-speed manual gearbox! So, really, who cares if it wasn’t a race winner?