Originaly fitted with a Porsche V12 engine

Driven by Alboreto in 1991 F1 Championship

Totally restored with new Cosworth DFR - ready to race

Price: 190 000 €

Model history

The Arrows - Porsche A11C chassis 01 is one of the Footwork sponsored cars that debuted the 1991 season with Michele Alboreto and Alex Caffi. They were an evolution from the A11 designed in 1989 by the great Ross Brown and raced the first three Grand Prix of the season with the all new Porsche V12 engine. From the fourth round of the championship they were replaced by the A12s which had a long gestation and weren’t ready on time to debut the season. 

Chassis 01 was converted in the early 2000s by H Engineering with a Cosworth DFR engine using a A11b gearbox and rear suspension from 1990. It was entered in the Euroboss Championship and did very well being a front runner until its last season in 2006 when a younger generation of cars appeared in the championship. 

In 2011 it was purchased by the current owner who had the car entirely rebuilt by an experienced historic F1 specialist to full race ready condition. The engine was done by Nicholson - McLaren and the restoration literally gone through everything with no expenses spared including all the safety devices up to date. Since then the car was only used sparingly and now only totals 2 hours in three outings. It comes with an interesting spares package including wheels, starter and miscellaneous.

This is a great opportunity to acquire a race ready F1 from the golden area that were the Prost & Senna years. In excellent running condition, this will be a very easy car to maintain and to bring to the historic scene.

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