French driver Eric Bernard drove this Lola LC90 for Larousse F1 team in the 1990 F1 season. The car, designed by Eric Broadley and Chris Murphy and powered by Lamborghini V12 3.5-litre engine, was the most competitive vehicle in the history of Gerard Larrousse’s F1 team lasted from 1997 to 1994. In 1990 the team scored 11 points and was placed in the 6th position in the Constructor’s Championship. Bernard scored 3 finishes in the first 6 with the best 4th position in the German Grand Prix. His teammate Aguri Suzuki brought the only podium in Larrousse F1 history later that season by finishing 6th at his home Japanese Grand Prix.
|Eric Bernard||29||ESPO Larrousse F1|