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Burdened by a hugely problematic Ilmor 2175A V10, this Leyton House car never was able to show its true speed during the 1991 season. A sixth-place in Hungary felt like luck more than anything else.

Under the name March this car was entered in 1992, somehow securing a 4th-place finish with Karl Wendlinger, who had his debut drive in this car.

First seen in sim racing with F1GP (1992).

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