Lola T93/30 was built by Lola Cars and raced by the BMS Scuderia Italia team for the 1993 Formula One season. The chassis, designed by Lola chief designer Eric Broadley, was constructed around a carbon fibre monocoque, and did not feature any of the electronic driver aids such as traction control and active suspension that were being adopted by the top teams during this period. The power unit was Ferrari Tipo 040 3494 cc V12 engine. The designation “T93/30” stood for “Type 1993”, with the “/30” suffix indicating that it was an F1 car. It was piloted by Italians Michele Alboreto and Luca Badoer. Both drivers collected many DNQs and retirements with mechanical problems. Badoer’s best result was 7th at San Marino, and Alboreto’s best was 11th in Brazilian and European Grand Prixs.
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