This F1 paper car is the Arrows A21, designed by Yasu Tanaka, and the scale of this Formula One car paper model is 1:30. The Arrows A21 was the car with which the Arrows Formula One team competed in the 2000 Formula One season. It was driven by the young Spaniard Pedro de la Rosa, in his second year with the team, and experienced Dutchman Jos Verstappen, who had driven for the team in its Footwork guise in 1996.
The car proved to be very promising after the catastrophic 1999 season, but was too unreliable to score more than a handful of points-scoring finishes. De la Rosa looked set for podium finishes at Hockenheim and the A1-Ring, but lost time after a spin in the former and suffered gearbox failure in the latter. Verstappen also produced a number of impressive performances, culminating in fourth place at Monza.
The 2000 season also saw the team adopt a distinctive black-and-orange livery, in deference to their new title sponsor, Orange. The team eventually finished seventh in the constructors' championship, with seven points.