|Chassis||Carbon fibre monocoque|
|Axle track||Front: 1,676 mm (66.0 in)|
Rear: 1,600 mm (63 in)
|Wheelbase||2,921 mm (115.0 in)|
|Engine||Ford HBE7/HBE8, 3.5-litre, 75-degree, V8|
|Transmission||Footwork / Xtrac 6-speed|
|Power||700 hp @ 13,000 rpm|
|Notable entrants||Footwork Arrows|
|Notable drivers||9. Christian Fittipaldi|
10. Gianni Morbidelli
|Debut||1994 Brazilian Grand Prix|
The Footwork FA15 was a Formula One car with which the Footwork team competed in the 1994 Formula One World Championship. The number 9 seat was taken by Christian Fittipaldi and the number 10 seat was taken by Gianni Morbidelli. The team never employed a test driver. The engine was a Ford HBE7/8 3.5 V8, the same type used in the McLaren MP4/8 the previous season. The team did not have a main sponsor.
The FA15 was very competitive in the early races of the year: Morbidelli qualified sixth in Brazil, Fittipaldi finished fourth in Aida (where Morbidelli retired from fifth), and Fittipaldi qualified sixth and ran fifth in Monaco before he suffered a gearbox failure, whilst Morbidelli qualified seventh. But after that, the team's performance began to suffer, with Morbidelli only finishing four races in the entire season and Fittipaldi frequently finishing outside the points.
However, the team still managed the occasional good performance. Morbidelli ran well in Canada, whilst Fittipaldi finished sixth, only to be disqualified due to being underweight. In Germany the cars finished fourth and fifth, with Morbidelli scoring a point in Belgium and qualifying a strong eighth in Jerez for the European GP.
|1994||Footwork Arrows||Ford HBE7/8 V8||G||BRA||PAC||SMR||MON||ESP||CAN||FRA||GBR||GER||HUN||BEL||ITA||POR||EUR||JPN||AUS||9||9th|
- Stats F1. "Footwork FA15". Retrieved 30 April 2014.
- "How To Fire Up A Classic F1". Speedhunters. 7 January 2018. Retrieved 20 July 2020.
- "Gianni Morbidelli". Motor Sport Magazine. 12 June 2017. Retrieved 20 July 2020.
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