Arrows Grand Prix International were a British Formula One team, founded by Tom Walkinshaw and his crew, billed as one of the best teams to never win a Grand Prix. They came close to a first win in the 1997 Hungarian Grand Prix with defending champion Damon Hill but lost out to Jacques Villeneuve.
The other time they almost won was at the 1985 San Marino Grand Prix, when Thierry Boutsen was briefly promoted to first after Elio de Angelis and Alain Prost were disqualified, but afterwards, de Angelis was reinstated, demoting Boutsen to second.
Prior to Formula One World ChampionshipEdit
Formula One World ChampionshipEdit
Formula One ResultsEdit
|Entries||296 (592 car entries)|
|Front Row Starts||1|
|Distance Raced||114704.934 km (71274 mi)|
|Distance Led||500.873 km (311 mi)|
Complete Formula One ResultsEdit
- Main article: Arrows/Results
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