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Footwork FA13

Footwork FA13
Category Formula One
Designer(s) Alan Jenkins
Predecessor FA12
Successor FA14
Technical specifications
Chassis Carbon fibre monocoque
Engine Mugen Honda MF-351H V10
Transmission Footwork / Xtrac 6 Speed
Fuel BP
Tyres Goodyear
Competition history
Notable entrants Footwork Mugen Honda
Notable drivers 1992:
9. Italy Michele Alboreto
10. Japan Aguri Suzuki
1993:
9. United Kingdom Derek Warwick
10. Japan Aguri Suzuki
Debut 1992 South African Grand Prix
Races Wins Poles Fastest laps
18 0 0 0

The Footwork FA13 was a Formula One car used by the Footwork Arrows team in the 1992 Formula One season and was updated to become FA13B for the first two races of the 1993 Formula One season. It was powered by the Mugen Honda V10 engine.

The FA13 chassis, designed by Alan Jenkins, was a conventional, straightforward car and Alboreto scored four times, 5th in both the Spanish and San Marino Grands Prix and 6th in both the Brazilian and Portuguese Grands Prix, the team finishing with six points and equal 7th with Ligier in the Constructors' Championship.


Complete Formula One results

(key)

Year Chassis Engine(s) Tyres Drivers 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Points WCC
1992 FA13 Mugen Honda V10 G RSA MEX BRA ESP SMR MON CAN FRA GBR GER HUN BEL ITA POR JPN AUS 6 7th
Michele Alboreto 10 13 6 5 5 7 7 7 7 9 7 Ret 7 6 15 Ret
Aguri Suzuki 8 DNQ Ret 7 10 11 DNQ Ret 12 Ret Ret 9 Ret 10 8 8
1993 FA13B Mugen Honda V10 G RSA BRA EUR SMR ESP MON CAN FRA GBR GER HUN BEL ITA POR JPN AUS 4* 9th
Derek Warwick 7 9
Aguri Suzuki Ret Ret

* All 1993 points were scored using the Footwork FA14

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