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After the dead end of the A2, Arrows returned to an orthodox F1 design with the 1980 Arrows A3. Riccardo Patrese took a magnificent second place at Long Beach, but the team faded back to midfield later on.

Tony Southgate and his deputy Dave Wass worked together on the conventional A3, which was well-built, narrow, compact and well-balanced, and proved to be very quick in a straight line. Riccardo Patrese and Jochen Mass remained as drivers for 1980, and the A3 was successful at first, with Mass scoring second place in the Spanish GP to prove Patrese's second at Long Beach was no fluke. However, as other teams got their skirt systems working better, the Arrows fell back down the grid. Southgate left the team in September 1980, and Wass took over as chief designer.

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