Up and down. That’s been Tourtel Larrousse’s season so far. At times the LH94s have been surprisingly fleet, at others they have languished on the back rows of the grid. The cars are neat and uncomplicated, slimmer versions of the Lamborghini-powered cars which now rely on the Ford HB. On paper
they should be reliable enough for regular lower top 10 finishes.
Erik Comas still continues to show flashes of promise, while team-mate Olivier Beretta is looking more and more assured as his experience grows.
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