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The 1993 Pacific Grand Prix, otherwise known as the I Pacific Grand Prix, was the second Grand Prix of the 1994 FIA Formula One World Championship, staged on the 17 April 1994 at the TI Circuit Aïda in Okayama Prefecture, Japan.[1] The race, which was the first Pacific Grand Prix to be staged, would see Michael Schumacher sweep to a second straight victory, effectively winning the race at the start.[1]

The build-up to the race had seen Jordan-Hart humorously appeal Eddie Irvine's one race ban from the Brazilian Grand Prix for causing a serious collision, only to get the ban extended based on their own evidence.[1] More seriously there would be some allegations of cheating, with Williams-Renault particularly vocal that some of their rivals were still using banned electronic systems.[1]

Regardless, it was Williams-Renault's lead driver Ayrton Senna who swept to pole position during qualifying, beating Schumacher's Benetton-Ford Cosworth.[1] Damon Hill was next in the sister Williams, while Mika Häkkinen got the unfancied McLaren-Peugeot up into fourth ahead of Gerhard Berger in the Ferrari.[1]

The start of the race saw Senna and Schumacher get away from the grid fairly evenly, although a twitch from Senna as he hit the brakes gifted Schumacher a chance to dive inside for the lead.[1] Somewhat surprisingly, however, the German racer did not go for the lunge, instead opting to lift out of the throttle and hence cause chaos behind.[1]

Indeed, Häkkinen was caught out by the two leaders' rather passive start, and hence slammed right into the back of Senna, sending the Brazilian spinning out of the race.[1] Senna then went sliding into the side of Nicola Larini, who was replacing an injured Jean Alesi at Ferrari, while Mark Blundell was wiped out in the crush further back.[1]

With Senna out and Häkkinen running with front-end damage in second, Schumacher was able to establish a fair lead on the opening tour, and continued to pull clear during the early stages.[1] Häkkinen, meanwhile, would fend off the attentions of Hill, who spun himself back down to ninth after an ambitious lunge on lap four.[1]

Unfortunately for Häkkinen his promising race was curtailed by a hydraulic issue, which caused him to stall in the pits during his stop.[1] That left Schumacher with a thirty second lead over Berger mid-race, while Rubens Barrichello had emerged from the chaos ahead to run in a solid third for Jordan.[1]

Hill became the centre of attention as the race entered its second half, battling his way up to fourth before his stop, and was the only man on Schumacher's pace.[1] Indeed, the Brit would eventually get up into second, although a gearbox failure saw him retire moments after he had swept past Berger's out-classed Ferrari.[1]

With that the race was effectively over, with Schumacher cruising home over a minute clear of Berger to claim a dominant victory.[1] Martin Brundle, meanwhile, had looked set for third until he was robbed of a podium finish late on by an engine failure, meaning Barrichello, who had slipped behind the McLaren-Peugeot during the stops, claimed his, and Jordan's maiden podium finish.[1]

BackgroundEdit

Following the first round of the championship in Brazil, the teams quickly returned to Europe to which they immediately began testing for the all new Pacific Grand Prix hosted at the TI Circuit in Aida, Japan.[2] The TI Circuit was one of Japan's newest circuits to which of all the drivers, only Roland Ratzenberger had ever driven the track.[2]

Ratzenberger had yet to start a race, however he still had an advantage as being the only one whom had previously raced on the TI Circuit.[2] Ahead of the race when asked what to expect from the new circuit, Ratzenberger commented "Its a nice little facility. Its very clean and brand new basically." [2]

Following Brazil, the Williams headed to the Circuito de Jerez in Spain in a bid to fix the handling problems that had seen Senna lose control in Brazil.[2] Compared to their dominance of the previous years, Williams had a very difficult start to the new year.[2] Neither Senna or Hill were able to drive the car at ease.[2] Commenting on the problems in Aida, Patrick Head noted "We're certainly not happy with the way things are with the car right as they are at the moment. The handling isn't particularly good."[2]

Ferrari were also testing in preparation for the Pacific Grand Prix.[2] Jean Alesi was putting in some test mileage at the Mugello Circuit in Italy when he had a major testing accident that saw him injure his back.[2] The Ferrari driver looked unlikely to participate in the upcoming race.[2]

The FIA had given Eddie Irvine a one race suspension after having been deemed the cause of the major accident that also involved Jos Verstappen, Éric Bernard and Martin Brundle.[2] The Jordan team immediately served notice of their intent to appeal the decision.[2] However their appeal only succeeds in Irvine's punishment being increased from a one race ban to a three race ban. [2]

Changes in the driver line-up for the race would see local driver, Aguri Suzuki make a return to the cockpit in place of the suspended Irvine at Jordan.[2] Nicola Larini, meanwhile would replace the injured Alesi at Ferrari.[2]

With Williams struggling at the start of the season, the momentum was with Benetton to which Michael Schumacher had easily taken victory at Interlagos.[2] However, Benetton team principal, Flavio Briatore, remained conservative on the team's chances.[2] Briatore reminded the press that "Williams still have a very, very strong package" and remained unsure as to whether Benetton's advantage would remain throughout the season.[2]

Brazilian BattlesEdit

Michael Schumacher had left the opening race of the season at the head of the Championship hunt, holding a four point lead over Damon Hill. Jean Alesi was next up in third ahead of Rubens Barrichello, while Ukyo Katayama and Karl Wendlinger were the other early scorers.

Unsurprisingly it was an identical picture in the Constructors Championship, with the Brazilian Grand Prix winning Benetton-Ford Cosworth squad leading the way. They left Brazil with a four point lead over Williams-Renault, while Ferrari sat in third on four points. Behind, Jordan-Hart, Tyrrell-Yamaha and Sauber-Mercedes were all on the board, meaning six of F1's nine engine suppliers had registered a points finish at the season opener.

Entry listEdit

The full entry list for the 1994 Pacific Grand Prix is outlined below:

No. Driver Entrant Constructor Chassis Engine Model Tyre
0 United Kingdom Damon Hill United Kingdom Rothmans Williams Renault Williams FW16 Renault RS6 3.5 V10 G
2 Brazil Ayrton Senna United Kingdom Rothmans Williams Renault Williams FW16 Renault RS6 3.5 V10 G
3 Japan Ukyo Katayama United Kingdom Tyrrell Racing Organisation Tyrrell 022 Yamaha OX10B 3.5 V10 G
4 United Kingdom Mark Blundell United Kingdom Tyrrell Racing Organisation Tyrrell 022 Yamaha OX10B 3.5 V10 G
5 Germany Michael Schumacher United Kingdom Mild Seven Benetton Ford Benetton B194 Ford Cosworth ECA Zetec-R 3.5 V8 G
6 Netherlands Jos Verstappen United Kingdom Mild Seven Benetton Ford Benetton B194 Ford Cosworth ECA Zetec-R 3.5 V8 G
7 Finland Mika Häkkinen United Kingdom Marlboro McLaren Peugeot McLaren MP4/9 Peugeot A6 3.5 V10 G
8 United Kingdom Martin Brundle United Kingdom Marlboro McLaren Peugeot McLaren MP4/9 Peugeot A6 3.5 V10 G
9 Brazil Christian Fittipaldi United Kingdom Footwork Ford Footwork FA15 Ford Cosworth HBE7/8 3.5 V8 G
10 Italy Gianni Morbidelli United Kingdom Footwork Ford Footwork FA15 Ford Cosworth HBE7/8 3.5 V8 G
11 Portugal Pedro Lamy United Kingdom Team Lotus Lotus 107C Mugen-Honda MF351HC 3.5 V10 G
12 United Kingdom Johnny Herbert United Kingdom Team Lotus Lotus 107C Mugen-Honda MF351HC 3.5 V10 G
14 Brazil Rubens Barrichello Ireland Sasol Jordan Jordan 194 Hart 1035 3.5 V10 G
15 Japan Aguri Suzuki Ireland Sasol Jordan Jordan 194 Hart 1035 3.5 V10 G
19 Monaco Olivier Beretta France Tourtel Larrousse F1 Larrousse LH94 Ford Cosworth HBF7/8 3.5 V8 G
20 France Érik Comas France Tourtel Larrousse F1 Larrousse LH94 Ford Cosworth HBF7/8 3.5 V8 G
23 Italy Pierluigi Martini Italy Minardi Scuderia Italia Minardi M193B Ford Cosworth HBC7/8 3.5 V8 G
24 Italy Michele Alboreto Italy Minardi Scuderia Italia Minardi M193B Ford Cosworth HBC7/8 3.5 V8 G
25 France Éric Bernard France Ligier Gitanes Blondes Ligier JS39B Renault RS6 3.5 V10 G
26 France Olivier Panis France Ligier Gitanes Blondes Ligier JS39B Renault RS6 3.5 V10 G
27 Italy Nicola Larini Italy Scuderia Ferrari Ferrari 412T1 Ferrari 043 3.5 V12 G
28 Austria Gerhard Berger Italy Scuderia Ferrari Ferrari 412T1 Ferrari 043 3.5 V12 G
29 Austria Karl Wendlinger Switzerland Broker Sauber Mercedes Sauber C13 Mercedes 2175B 3.5 V10 G
30 Germany Heinz-Harald Frentzen Switzerland Broker Sauber Mercedes Sauber C13 Mercedes 2175B 3.5 V10 G
31 Australia David Brabham United Kingdom MTV Simtek Ford Simtek S941 Ford Cosworth HBD6 3.5 V8 G
32 Austria Roland Ratzenberger United Kingdom MTV Simtek Ford Simtek S941 Ford Cosworth HBD6 3.5 V8 G
33 France Paul Belmondo United Kingdom Pacific Grand Prix Pacific PR01 Ilmor 2175A 3.5 V10 G
34 France Bertrand Gachot United Kingdom Pacific Grand Prix Pacific PR01 Ilmor 2175A 3.5 V10 G
Source:[3]

Practice OverviewEdit

QualifyingEdit

The two Ferrari's struggled with a lack of rear end grip to which their drivers, Berger and Larini were wearing through the tyres in a single lap.[2] With tyre wear severely compromising their qualifying, Berger could only manage fifth whilst the returning Larini was seventh.[2]

Häkkinen put in a rough performance in qualifying to manhandle his McLaren into fourth position on the grid.[2] Häkkinen having achieved this albeit having wrecked the undertray of his car after a trip through the gravel.[2] His teammate, Brundle had been described as doing much the same thing to his car, however could only manage sixth on the grid.[2]

Senna went on to take his second pole position of the season.[2] His teammate, Hill was in third whilst Schumacher failed to take the pole time and could only manage to split the Williams cars.[2] The Williams were evidently quick, however the car still appeared trouble.[2] Senna had taken pole, however he had notably spun the car whilst in the process of trying to achieve the position.[2]

Qualifying ResultsEdit

The full qualifying results for the 1994 Pacific Grand Prix are outlined below:

Pos. No. Driver Constructor Time Gap
Q1 Q2
1 2 Brazil Ayrton Senna United Kingdom Williams-Renault 1:10.218 1:19.304
2 5 Germany Michael Schumacher United Kingdom Benetton-Ford Cosworth 1:10.440 +0.222s
3 0 United Kingdom Damon Hill United Kingdom Williams-Renault 1:10.771 1:12.048 +0.553s
4 7 Finland Mika Häkkinen United Kingdom McLaren-Peugeot 1:11.683 +1.465s
5 28 Austria Gerhard Berger Italy Ferrari 1:11.744 1:12.184 +1.526s
6 8 United Kingdom Martin Brundle United Kingdom McLaren-Peugeot 1:12.351 +2.133s
7 27 Italy Nicola Larini Italy Ferrari 1:12.372 5:32.428 +2.154s
8 14 Brazil Rubens Barrichello Ireland Jordan-Hart 1:12.409 1:13.172 +2.191s
9 9 Brazil Christian Fittipaldi United Kingdom Footwork-Ford Cosworth 1:13.169 1:12.444 +2.226s
10 6 Netherlands Jos Verstappen United Kingdom Benetton-Ford Cosworth 1:12.554 1:12.681 +2.336s
11 30 Germany Heinz-Harald Frentzen Switzerland Sauber-Mercedes 1:12.686 1:12.797 +2.468s
12 4 United Kingdom Mark Blundell United Kingdom Tyrrell-Yamaha 1:13.013 1:12.751 +2.533s
13 10 Italy Gianni Morbidelli United Kingdom Footwork-Ford Cosworth 1:12.866 1:13.090 +2.648s
14 3 Japan Ukyo Katayama United Kingdom Tyrrell-Yamaha 1:13.013 1:13.411 +2.795s
15 24 Italy Michele Alboreto Italy Minardi-Ford Cosworth 1:13.342 1:13.016 +2.798s
16 20 France Érik Comas France Larrousse-Ford Cosworth 1:13.111 1:13.550 +2.893s
17 23 Italy Pierluigi Martini Italy Minardi-Ford Cosworth 1:13.529 1:13.756 +3.311s
18 25 France Éric Bernard France Ligier-Renault 1:13.613 1:14.204 +3.395s
19 29 Austria Karl Wendlinger Switzerland Sauber-Mercedes 1:13.855 1:14.163 +3.637s
20 15 Japan Aguri Suzuki Ireland Jordan-Hart 1:14.036 1:13.932 +3.714s
21 19 Monaco Olivier Beretta France Larrousse-Ford Cosworth 1:14.101 1:14.271 +3.883s
22 26 France Olivier Panis France Ligier-Renault 1:14.106 1:14.667 +3.888s
23 12 United Kingdom Johnny Herbert United Kingdom Lotus-Mugen-Honda 1:14.538 1:14.424 +4.206s
24 11 Portugal Pedro Lamy United Kingdom Lotus-Mugen-Honda 1:14.657 1:15.146 +4.439s
25 31 Australia David Brabham United Kingdom Simtek-Ford Cosworth 1:14.946 1:14.748 +4.530s
26 32 Austria Roland Ratzenberger United Kingdom Simtek-Ford Cosworth 1:16.536 +6.318s
DNQ 34 France Bertrand Gachot United Kingdom Pacific-Ilmor 1:16.927 1:18.571 +6.709s
DNQ 33 France Paul Belmondo United Kingdom Pacific-Ilmor 1:18.671 1:17.450 +7.232s
Source:[4][5][6]
  • T Indicates a driver used their test/spare car to set their best time in that session.
  • Bold indicates a driver's best/qualifying time.

GridEdit

Pos Pos
Driver Driver
______________
Row 1 1 ______________
Ayrton Senna 2
______________ Michael Schumacher
Row 2 3 ______________
Damon Hill 4
______________ Mika Häkkinen
Row 3 5 ______________
Gerhard Berger 6
______________ Martin Brundle
Row 4 7 ______________
Nicola Larini 8
______________ Rubens Barrichello
Row 5 9 ______________
Christian Fittipaldi 10
______________ Jos Verstappen
Row 6 11 ______________
Heinz-Harald Frentzen 12
______________ Mark Blundell
Row 7 13 ______________
Gianni Morbidelli 14
______________ Ukyo Katayama
Row 8 15 ______________
Michele Alboreto 16
______________ Érik Comas
Row 9 17 ______________
Pierluigi Martini 18
______________ Éric Bernard
Row 10 19 ______________
Karl Wendlinger 20
______________ Aguri Suzuki
Row 11 21 ______________
Olivier Beretta 22
______________ Olivier Panis
Row 12 23 ______________
Johnny Herbert 24
______________ Pedro Lamy
Row 13 25 ______________
David Brabham 26
______________ Roland Ratzenberger

RaceEdit

On the grid, the pole sitter, Ayrton Senna shared a few words with Flavio Briatore, the boss of Benetton his championship rival team.[2] Senna was described as "pensive" in his conversation with Briatore to which in contrast, the Benetton boss was visibly quite jovial.[2]

Briatore clapped Senna on the back to which the Williams driver silently returned to his car in order to prepare for the race.[2] Before getting in the car, Senna could be seen waving to the grandstands of his great array of Japanese admirers.[2]

ReportEdit

At the start, Senna gets a lot of wheelspin and is bogged down whilst in contrast, Schumacher gets "an unbelievable getaway" to which the Benetton immediately shoots into the lead of the race.[2] Häkkinen, likewise had a got a strong start to which he darts past Hill.[2]

Senna had lost the lead, however he would enter the first corner in a clear second position.[2] Behind him an over eager Häkkinen whom couldn't quite catch Schumacher and Senna into the first corner was too late on the brakes and hit the rear of Senna's car.[2]

Senna was tipped into a spin to which he suddenly found his car facing the oncoming field.[2] Larini was left with no pathway around and collided with Senna's Williams, pushing him into the gravel.[2] Both drivers' were out of the race, to which Senna and Larini angrily discussed the stupidity of the accident as they walked back to the pits.[2]

Häkkinen whom had been responsible for taking Senna out of the race was now in second behind Schumacher's Benetton.[2] The McLaren driver was now sporting a scarred nosecone after his incident with Senna and was coming under intense pressure from the remaining Williams of Hill.[2]

Hill pushed too hard to get past the McLaren and ran wide into the gravel on lap four.[2] Hill dropped to ninth, Berger in the Ferrari had now taken third position, albeit he was well distanced to Schumacher and Häkkinen ahead of him.[2]

Hill had made a mistake, however he thereafter put in a rapid performance to overtake Verstappen on lap five, Frentzen on lap six, Fittipaldi on lap eight, Brundle on lap eleven and Barrichello on lap twelve.[2] He had fought his way back into fourth position, however after failing to make a position in the top three he became the first leader to make a fuel and tyre stop on lap eighteen.[2]

Hill rejoined the race in tenth place, his mechanics, however had produced the quickest pit stop of the race thus far.[2] With his nearest competitors, Brundle and Barrichello, both making pit-stops and exiting behind him, Hill had climbed to fifth by lap twenty six and was challenging Berger's Ferrari.[2] Berger, running in second had refused to make a pit-stop and was running the race on very old tyres to which Hill quickly caught and passed him.[2]

Hill had rose to as high as second when transmission problems on the Williams ended his race on lap fifty three.[2] The same lap, Verstappen's Benetton made his final stop of the race.[2] He exited the pits, directly ahead of Frentzen, only to spin the car at the first corner and retire from the race.[2]

Brundle whom had put his McLaren into third would be forced to pull out of the race on lap sixty nine with transmission failure.[2] Barrichello, whom he had been battling with thereafter moved into third position with the Jordan.[2] Barrichello would go on to finish the race in third behind Berger.[2]

Schumacher, meanwhile had quietly dominated the entire race. He had controlled the race from the moment the race began.[2] The Williams cars had been in trouble, Senna had retired whilst Hill had spun his car to which he thereafter took control of the race unchallenged.[2]

ResultsEdit

The full results for the 1994 Pacific Grand Prix are outlined below:

Pos. No. Driver Constructor Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 5 Germany Michael Schumacher United Kingdom Benetton-Ford Cosworth 83 1:46:01.693 2 10
2 28 Austria Gerhard Berger Italy Ferrari 83 + 1:15.300 5 6
3 14 Brazil Rubens Barrichello Ireland Jordan-Hart 82 + 1 Lap 8 4
4 9 Brazil Christian Fittipaldi United Kingdom Footwork-Ford Cosworth 82 + 1 Lap 9 3
5 30 Germany Heinz-Harald Frentzen Switzerland Sauber-Mercedes 82 + 1 Lap 11 2
6 20 France Érik Comas France Larrousse-Ford Cosworth 80 + 3 Laps 16 1
7 12 United Kingdom Johnny Herbert United Kingdom Lotus-Mugen-Honda 80 + 3 Laps 23
8 11 Portugal Pedro Lamy United Kingdom Lotus-Mugen-Honda 79 + 4 Laps 24
9 26 France Olivier Panis France Ligier-Renault 78 + 5 Laps 22
10 25 France Éric Bernard France Ligier-Renault 78 + 5 Laps 18
11 32 Austria Roland Ratzenberger United Kingdom Simtek-Ford Cosworth 78 + 5 Laps 26
Ret 10 Italy Gianni Morbidelli United Kingdom Footwork-Ford Cosworth 69 Engine 13
Ret 29 Austria Karl Wendlinger Switzerland Sauber-Mercedes 69 Collision 19
Ret 24 Italy Michele Alboreto Italy Minardi-Ford Cosworth 69 Collision 15
Ret 8 United Kingdom Martin Brundle United Kingdom McLaren-Peugeot 67 Overheating 6
Ret 23 Italy Pierluigi Martini Italy Minardi-Ford Cosworth 63 Spun off 17
Ret 6 Netherlands Jos Verstappen United Kingdom Benetton-Ford Cosworth 54 Spun off 10
Ret 0 United Kingdom Damon Hill United Kingdom Williams-Renault 49 Transmission 3
Ret 15 Japan Aguri Suzuki Ireland Jordan-Hart 44 Steering 20
Ret 3 Japan Ukyo Katayama United Kingdom Tyrrell-Yamaha 42 Engine 14
Ret 7 Finland Mika Häkkinen United Kingdom McLaren-Peugeot 19 Gearbox 4
Ret 19 Monaco Olivier Beretta France Larrousse-Ford Cosworth 14 Electrical 21
Ret 31 Australia David Brabham United Kingdom Simtek-Ford Cosworth 2 Electrical 25
Ret 2 Brazil Ayrton Senna United Kingdom Williams-Renault 0 Collision 1
Ret 27 Italy Nicola Larini Italy Ferrari 0 Collision 7
Ret 4 United Kingdom Mark Blundell United Kingdom Tyrrell-Yamaha 0 Collision 12
DNQ 34 France Bertrand Gachot United Kingdom Pacific-Ilmor
DNQ 33 France Paul Belmondo United Kingdom Pacific-Ilmor
Source:[7][8]
  • T Indicates a driver used their test/spare car.

Post-RaceEdit

It had been the second race in a row that the Williams cars had encountered problems to which Benetton and Michael Schumacher had ensured to perfect their performance at both Interlagos and Aida.[2] However even Schumacher exclaimed surprise and relief of the fortune that had been dealt his way with the Williams troubles.[2] Schumacher admitted after the race, "These two wins, I wouldn't believe at all if anybody would tell me this before the season."[2]

However he wasn't the only driver jubilant at the chequered flag. Barrichello had scored the first ever podium for both himself and his team, Jordan.[2] The entire team was ecstatic to which Barrichello danced with joy on the podium.[2] The race had also fittingly came at Jordan's fiftieth grand prix in Formula One.[2] A relieved Barrichello commented after the race, "I just had a problem on the last pit-stop because the engine died. I was running fourth and I said, 'I can't believe it is not today I am not going to the podium'. But suddenly I saw Brundle stopping and I'm just really pleased for me and the team because they have done a really good job."[2]

MilestonesEdit

StandingsEdit

Michael Schumacher had tripled his Championship lead as a result of the Pacific Grand Prix, leaving Aïda with a maximum twenty points to his name. Rubens Barrichello was his closest challenger, the Brazilian having moved into second after his maiden podium finish. Damon Hill and Gerhard Berger were next, level on six points, while Jean Alesi slipped down to fifth.

In the Constructors Championship it was Benetton-Ford Cosworth who unsurprisingly led the way, with double the points of second placed Ferrari. Indeed, the British squad's tally of twenty meant that Ferrari had to win a race just to get back on terms with Benetton, while Jordan-Hart sat in a surprise third ahead of 1993 pace setters Williams-Renault. Completing the top five were Footwork-Ford Cosworth, with eight constructors on the board after two rounds.

World Championship for Drivers
Pos. Driver Pts. +/-
1 Germany Michael Schumacher 20
2 Brazil Rubens Barrichello 7 ▲2
3 United Kingdom Damon Hill 6 ▼1
4 Austria Gerhard Berger 6 ▲9
5 France Jean Alesi 4 ▼2
6 Brazil Christian Fittipaldi 3 ▲7
7 Japan Ukyo Katayama 2 ▼2
8 Germany Heinz-Harald Frentzen 2 ▲5
9 France Érik Comas 1
10 Austria Karl Wendlinger 1 ▼4
World Championship for Constructors
Pos. Team Pts. +/-
1 United Kingdom Benetton-Ford Cosworth 20
2 Italy Ferrari 10 ▲1
3 Ireland Jordan-Hart 7 ▲1
4 United Kingdom Williams-Renault 6 ▼2
5 United Kingdom Footwork-Ford Cosworth 3 ▲7
6 Switzerland Sauber-Mercedes 3
7 United Kingdom Tyrrell-Yamaha 2 ▼1
8 France Larrousse-Ford Cosworth 1 ▲1

Only point scoring drivers and constructors are shown.

ReferencesEdit

Images and Videos:

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V T E Pacific Community Pacific Grand Prix
Circuits TI Circuit Aida
Circuit TI (Aida)
Races 19941995
V T E 1994 Formula One Season
Teams Williams • Tyrrell • Benetton • McLaren • Footwork • Lotus • Jordan • Larrousse • Minardi • Ligier • Ferrari • Sauber • Simtek • Pacific
Engines Ferrari • Ford • Hart • Ilmor • Mercedes • Mugen-Honda • Peugeot • Renault • Yamaha
Drivers Hill • 2 Senna • 2 Coulthard • 2 Mansell • 3 Katayama • 4 Blundell • 5 Schumacher • 5/6 Lehto • 6 Verstappen • 6 Herbert • 7 Häkkinen • 7 Alliot • 8 Brundle • 9 Fittipaldi • 10 Morbidelli • 11 Lamy • 11/12 Zanardi • 11 Adams • 11 Bernard • 11 Salo • 12 Herbert • 14 Barrichello • 15 Irvine • 15 Suzuki • 15 De Cesaris • 19 Beretta • 19 Alliot • 19 Dalmas • 19 Noda • 20 Comas • 20 Délétraz • 23 Martini • 24 Alboreto • 25 Bernard • 25 Herbert • 25 Lagorce • 26 Panis • 27 Alesi • 27 Larini • 28 Berger • 29 Wendlinger • 29 De Cesaris • 29 Lehto • 30 Frentzen • 31 Brabham • 32 Ratzenberger • 32 Montermini • 32 Gounon • 32 Schiattarella • 32 Inoue • 33 Belmondo • 34 Gachot
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Cars Williams FW16 • Benetton B194 • Ferrari 412T1 • McLaren MP4/9 • Jordan 194 • Ligier JS39B • Tyrrell 022 • Sauber C13 • Footwork FA15 • Minardi M193B • Minardi M194 • Larrousse LH94 • Lotus 107C • Lotus 109 • Simtek S941 • Pacific PR01
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