1999 Arrows A20

The 1999 Arrows A20 made its debut at the 1999 Australian Grand Prix, where Spanish Formula One driver Pedro de la Rosa, nabbed sixth place. Former Japanese racecar driver Toranosuke Takagi also drove the A20.

The A20 comes from a line of racecars belonging to Arrows Grand Prix International, a company that has been dubbed as one of the sports’ great survivors.

Designed by Mike Coughlan & Hardy Hamedy, the racecar has been noted to have one of the most reliable chassis and has competed in a number of Formula One races.

Notable entrants: Arrows

Notable drivers

Pedro de la Rosa

Toranosuke Takagi

Specs

  • Brakes Disc
  • Chassis Moulded carbon-fibre
  • Constructor Arrows
  • Debut 1999 Australian Grand Prix
  • Displacement 2,998 cc | 183 cu in. | 3 L.
  • Engine Configuration Arrows 72° V10
  • Engine Location Mid, longitudinally mounted
  • Front Suspension Double wishbones, pushrod
  • Power 715 Hp @ 15000 min-1
  • Production 1999
  • Rear Suspension Double wishbones, pushrod
  • Transmission Arrows 6-speed semi automatic
  • Weight 600 kg
  • Wheel Base 2,995 mm