The LC90 was designed by Eric Broadley and Chris Murphy for use in the 1990 Formula One season by the Larrousse team. The car was powered by the 3.5L Lamborghini 3512 V12 engine and was driven by Japanese Aguri Suzuki and Frenchman Eric Bernard. The car proved to be the best in the history of Gerard Larousse F1 team. Suzuki finished a brilliant third at his home Grand Prix behind the Benetton-Fords of Nelson Piquet and Roberto Moreno, scoring the only podium in the history of Larrousse F1. With Suzuki also scoring points at the British and Spanish Grands Prix, and Éric Bernard scoring points at Monaco, Britain and Hungary, the team ended the year with 11 points achieving sixth place in the Constructors’ Championship.
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