1978: Riccardo Patrese leads, Arrows’second-ever GP, at Kyalami, qualifies fifth twice, and finishes second in Sweden.
1980: Patrese finishes in second place at Long Beach, qualifies seventh at Imola.
1981: Patrese takes pole and leads Long Beach, finishes third at Rio, second at Imola.
1983: Marc Surer qualifies fifth in Detroit.
1985: Second season with BMW turbos. Three top-six grid slots, and a second place for Thierry Boutsen at Imola. Arrows ends year with 14 points.
1987: Ross Brawn’s design, the driving of Eddie Cheever and Derek Warwick, and Megatron’s BMW engines culminate in sixth slot in constructors’ title battle.
1988: Same line-up in a year of fewer turbo cars gives Arrows its career high of fourth in championship, with 23 points. At Monza, Cheever and Warwick qualify fifth and sixth, and finish third and fourth.
1989: Cosworth V8 power Warwick is in victory hunt at Rio and Montreal, and qualifies sixth at Monaco. But best result is Cheever’s third place at Phoenix.
1991: Sponsor Footwork takes over team.
1992: Mini-revival with Mugen-run Honda V10s after marking time with customer V8s and serving time with Porsche V12s. Heavy but reliable units earn Michele Alboreto 14 finishes, including four top-sixes.
1994: Cosworths again. Fourth and fifth place finishes from Christian Fittipaldi and Gianni Morbidelli at Hockenheim.
1995: Switch to Hart power. Morbidelli scores a third in Adelaide.
1997: Damon Hill joins for team’s second year under TWR, first with Yamaha power. Qualifies twice in top six; second place — but nearly a win — in Hungary.
2002: Heinz-Harald Frentzen scores final points for team, in Barcelona and Monaco.