Tipo 641 (later renamed the F1-90) was a development of John Barnard’s designed 640. The Englishmen had quit Ferrari and was replaced by Enrico Scalabroni and Steve Nichols. The general lines of Barnard’s design remained unchanged apart from some minor modifications. The car was powered by a 3.5-litre V12 engine, first with the type 036, and later fom San Marino with the updated 037. Alain Prost with this car was fighting for the title against his long-time rival Ayrton Senna. The battle came to an abrupt end at Suzuka, when Senna drove into Prost’s Ferrari at the first corner. The car scored 6 wins in the 1990 season (5 by Prost 5 and 1 by Nigel Mansell).
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