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1990 Leyton House CG-901-3 - Spec Sheet

The CG901 was the third Formula 1 car designed by current Red Bull technical chief Adrian Newey. Its extremely compact design allowed it to punch well above its' weight during the second half of the 1990 season. Powered by the torquey and tractable Judd EV engine the Leyton House cars were the first to feature a longitudinal gearbox situation between the engine and differential. Famed for it's tight cockpit drivers Ivan Capelli and Mauricio Gugelmin had to lifted out after races due to excessive cramp. There has been much controversy as to which chassis was used by Capelli to finish 2nd in France - Doug Nye documented officially that chassis 03 was used, with information supposedly collected just after the Grand Prix had finished, although there is a series of opposing sources that state chassis 02 was used.

Chassis - Leyton House cabon fibre monocoque
Brakes - AP carbon disc and 4 piston calliper
Gearbox - Leyton House 6 speed H pattern dog box
Suspension - Steel wishbone with Koni dampers
Tires - Goodyear Eagle

Engine - Judd EV V8
Capacity - 3.5L
Power output - 660BHP
Fuel - BP