Dallara BMS-F191 Judd
Team: Scuderia Italia
Designer: Gianpaolo Dallara, Nigel Kupertueyt
Drivers: Emanuele Pirro (21), Jyrki Yarvilehto Lehto (22)
The BMS-F191 was built by Dallara under supervision of owner Gianpaolo Dallara, but it did not turn out to be a great success. It was used in all 16 races of the 1991 championship, but out of 32 possible race starts, it failed to prequalify 3 times and failed to finish another 15 times. The team did however secure 5 points that year, mostly thanks to a third place finish at the San Marino GP on 28 April by JJ Lehto. One race later, at Monaco, Pirro secured another point, but no more points were added in the remaining 12 races.
Dallara finished the season with its 5 points 8th in the constructors' championship.
Chassis: Carbon fibre monocoque
Suspension (front): Carbon fibre top and bottom wishbones, controlled system of pushers, inboard Koni dampers and springs
Suspension (rear): Carbon fibre top and bottom wishbones, controlled system of pushers, inboard Koni dampers and springs
Transmission: Dallara 6 speed + 1 reverse gear semi-automatic
Weight: 515 kg (including the pilot and liquids)
Designation: Judd GV, 05/03 l
Power: approx. 660 hp
Configuration: 72° V10, naturally aspirated