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The 1992 Ligier season was Ligier's 17th season as a constructor.
Both Érik Comas and Thierry Boutsen qualified 13th and 14th respectively and Comas finished 7th in the race. Boutsen retired with a problem on his car's fuel system.
The JS37 had a poor qualifying session effort, with Boutsen qualifying 22nd and Comas qualifying 26th. They finished 9th and 10th respectively.
After qualifying 21st and 22nd respectively, Comas finished 6th in the points, making Ligier get their first points finish since the 1989 French Grand Prix.
Érik Comas made another impression for the team, scoring his best finish of 5th in his home race, meanwhile Boutsen spun off on lap 49, retiring from the race.
During the practice session, a terrible crash happened to Érik Comas. He lost control of his JS37 at the Blanchimont corner and Ayrton Senna was behind him at that time. Senna saved Comas' life by jumping out of his McLaren and rushing to Comas, shutting down the JS37's engine and held Comas' head in a stable position until doctors arrived.
Érik Comas made an improvement for the team when he qualified 9th, meanwhile his teammate qualified 22th. Unfortunately, in the race, Comas retired with an engine failure on lap 4. Thierry Boutsen scored his last points in his Formula One career by finishing 5th. It was also his first points finish since the 1990 Australian Grand Prix.