Bravo F1 was a project created by Englishman Nick Wirth to compete in the 1993 Formula 1 season. Created in November 1992 by the Frenchman Jean-François Mosnier, it would have a budget of 3 million dollars, less than half that Andrea Moda Formula (predecessor of Bravo) had. The car used by the team would be based on the Andrea Moda S921, and would be built at the Simtek studio, owned by Wirth.
Jordi Gené (Marc Gené's older brother) was even announced as a Bravo driver for 1993, while the second car would be disputed by Iván Árias, Nicola Larini, Luca Badoer and Pedro de la Rosa. Adrián Campos was even considered, but he did not accept the proposal. The team even made a proposal to Damon Hill, then test pilot for Williams, which was unsuccessful.
The death of Mosnier (victimized by cancer), the FIA's refusal to release the team's registration due to the car not being approved in the crash-test, the lack of money and the debts were decisive for Bravo to abandon his project, in January 1993.