The JH23 was designed by Christian Vanderpleyn (Technical Director) and Michel Costa (Chief Designer) and was driven in the 1988 F1 season by French driver Philippe Streiff. Unlike the previous season, in their second full year in Formula One, the car managed to qualify for all 16 races. The best finish for Streiff was 8th place at the Japanese Grand Prix. The model made by Tameo Kits represents the car from the Monaco GP where Streiff qualified as high as 12th, but retired in the race. Streiff was confirned by AGS for the following season, but a pre-season testing crash at the Jacarepaguá circuit in Rio de Janeiro in 1989 left him a quadriplegic and thus using a wheelchair.
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