#7 Judd GV, V10 3.5L (20 GP, 5 points, 1 podium)
An engine builder as competent as Judd deserved more success in F1. While the CV and EV V8s occasionally shined with the diabolically quick Ivan Capelli at the controls of his Leyton House, the career of its 10 cylinder successor was nowhere near as successful. Only BMS Scuderia Italia managed to eke out a bit of success with a lucky third place for JJ Lehto at Imola and a Top 6 for Emanuele Pirro at Monaco in 1991. Apart from that, the cupboard was empty with just four GPs between Brabham and Andrea Moda a year later.