1993 Ferrari F93A

1993 Ferrari F93A

The Ferrari F93A Formula One car was designed by Technical Director John Barnard and Chief Designer Jean-Claude Migeot. It was used during the 1993 F1 season and driven by Jean Alesi and Gerhard Berger. Powering the car was a Ferrari Tipo 041 V-12 engine developing 740 horsepower. It had a seven-speed semi-automatic gearbox and rode on Goodyear tires.

The car enjoyed moderate success, with Alesi scoring the best results for the team with a 2nd place finish at the Italian grand Prix. The team would earn 28 points which gave it a 4th place finish in the Worlds Constructors' Championship.

The Ferrari F93A was replaced at the end of the season with the Ferrari 412T.


By Daniel Vaughan | May 2011

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