|1988||Ford||OR Larrauri, S Modena||12||17||0||0||7||11||0||0||0||15||0||0||-|
|1990||Judd||C Langes, RP Moreno||2||2||0||0||1||13||0||0||0||16||0||0||-|
|First race||Brazilian Grand Prix||Jacarepaguá||April 3, 1988||Race results|
|Last race||Spanish Grand Prix||Jerez||September 30, 1990||Race results|
An Italian-Swiss team, Euro Brun were in F1 for three seasons but never managed a top-ten finish, and rarely finished at all. In its second year (1989) it cut back to one car but only made it through pre-qualifying once. Gregor Foitek quit as driver midway through the season and was replaced by Oscar Larrauri but the results were no better with him at the wheel. Surprisingly, despite the failings, in 1990 it again fielded two cars with two new drivers. Roberto Moreno managed 13th in the US Grand Prix but the only other time he qualified he did not manage to complete a lap. Team-mate Claudio Langes did not even get that far. Walter Brun, who was instrumental in the financing, eventually lost heart and the team faded, unlamented, from the scene.
- From bad to worse (March 15, 2010)