Michael Schumacher, Rory Byrne and Ross Brawn. Three men who formed an axis of power so potent it would define a Formula 1 generation.
Seven drivers' world championships, including five on the bounce for Ferrari; seven constructors' titles, six consecutively in Maranello red. But the roots of sheer domination were established here, in vivid yellow, with a conventional and relatively simple racing car under the garish banner of a trendy Italian clothing company.
Benetton's first toe in the F1 water was as a sponsor for Tyrrell and Alfa Romeo, before ambition led to the purchase of the Toleman team at the end of 1985.