McLambo

The history of the McLambo by Alexander Percy

September 10, 1992, Honda officially announces the suspension of its activities in Formula 1, a newswhich does not surprise Ron Dennis informed of the intentions of withdrawal of the Japanese brandsince the end of 1991. Leaks on the future intentions have also warned F1 from this future loss.Dennis still hoped to use the rebadged Honda […]

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ARC3

The stillborn Rial Racing ARC3

Rial Racing was established in  1988 as Formula One constructor. Rial is a German producer of light allow wheels and rims, which was bought by Günter Schmid in 1987. Ex owner of the ATS Wheels company and the ATS Formula One team. Under his lead Rial debuted in the Formula One in 1988. In 1989 […]

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Jordan 191Y

Jordan 191Y interim car for Yamaha

The Jordan Grand Prix team made a perfect debut season in 1991, powered by the Ford V8 engine the team was successful. For 1992 Eddie Jordan managed to make a deal with Yamaha. Yamaha would provide Jordan their newest V12 engine the Yamaha OX99. After the season ended the Jordan 191Y interim car appeared on […]

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Jordan 911

The Jordan 911 and Porsche’s reaction

In 1990, Eddie Jordan told the world that he would enter the Formula One in 1991 as constructor. The Irishman was in the 1970s a competitive driver himself, and in the 1980s a successful constructor in the lower Formulae series. Eddie Jordan Racing would debut the Jordan 911 in November 1990, but weeks later it […]

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Arrows A18

Arrows A18 powered by Volvo / Hart V10

Arrows Formula One Team powered by Volvo, this was almost a forgotten reality in 1997. The rumours first appeared in May 1996 for a collaboration between The Arrows team and Volvo. The Arrows A18 would already been powered by “badged” Volvo engines. No one took the rumour serious, but the reality was different. Probably the […]

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