In 1989 Argentinian Oscar Larrauri re-joined the EuroBrun team from Italian Grand Prix onwards, but failed to pre-qualify in the final three European rounds. Walter Brun faced serious financial troubles before the remaining 2 overseas races in Japan and Australia. It was Japanese architect Yutaka Nanikawa, former supporter of Walter Brun in Group C times, who took over the costs with his brand Alpha to enable the team to attend the Japanese Grand Prix at all. The EuroBrun ER189 Judd was re-painted in black and decorated in Alpha livery. But again pre-qualifying barrier stopped Larrauri together with eight more drivers. See also ER189 in the Jägermeister livery.
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