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|Designer(s)||Aldo Costa (Technical Director)|
Gustav Brunner (Chief Designer)
Rene Hilhorst (Chief Aerodynamicist)
|Chassis||Carbon fibre monocoque|
|Suspension (front)||Double wishbones|
|Suspension (rear)||Double wishbones|
|Axle track||Front: 1,678 mm (66.1 in)|
Rear: 1,600 mm (63 in)
|Wheelbase||2,806 mm (110.5 in)|
|Engine||Ford HBD, 3,494 cc (213.2 cu in), 75° V8, NA, mid-engine, longitudinally mounted|
|Transmission||Manual 6-speed semi-automatic|
|Weight||505 kg (1,113 lb)|
|Notable entrants||Minardi Team|
|Notable drivers|| Christian Fittipaldi|
|Debut||1993 South African Grand Prix|
The Minardi M193 was a Formula One car designed by Aldo Costa and Gustav Brunner and built by Minardi for the 1993 Formula One season. The car was powered by the Ford HBD V8 engine and ran on Goodyear tyres. Drivers of the car included Christian Fittipaldi (who flipped his car when he collided with teammate Pierluigi Martini at the finish of the Italian Grand Prix), Martini and former Ferrari driver and 5 time grand prix winner Michele Alboreto.
Using the M193, Minardi scored 7 points to finish 8th in the 1993 Constructors' Championship.
An updated version of the car, the M193B, was used for the 1994 season, until the 1994 Canadian Grand Prix, when the Minardi M194 was introduced. Pierluigi Martini and Michele Alboreto were retained for the season but between them could only score 5 points for 10th in the Constructors' Championship.
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