The 100T, designed by Gérard Ducarouge and Martin Ogilvie, was an update of the previous Lotus 99T model; technically the car was virtually unchanged, except for redesigned nose and rear bodywork. The car was powered by the same, 640 bhp 1.5 L turbocharged Honda V6 engine that powered the McLaren team to 15 wins in 16 races in 1988. The car was driven by reigning World Champion Nelson Piquet, and Japanese driver Satoru Nakajima. Piquet finished the season in sixth place with 22 points in defense of his title, picking up third places in Brazil, San Marino and Australia. Nakajima finished 16th in the Drivers’ Championship with one point from his sixth place at the opening race in Brazil.
|Nelson Piquet||1||Camel Team Lotus Honda|
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