Very neat piece of Formula One history that would look great hanging anywhere!
Developed by Argentinian Sergio Rinland and driven by Martin Brundel and Mark Blundell, the BT60Y made its debut at the San Marino Grand Prix, replacing the BT59Y. It was powered by the Yamaha OX99 V12 engine. The significance of the letter “Y” stands for the car’s engine supplier, Yamaha.
The BT60Y scored a total of 3 points, including a 6th place by Blundell in Belgium and a 5th place by Brundle in Japan.