For 1998, Peugeot partnered with Prost to create an-all French operated team for the new season. Alain Prost commented "We are beginning a new era, and there is no comparison between what Peugeot achieved with the two Anglo-Saxon teams and what they are doing with us. The situation is completely different."
Peugeot had only limited success competing for McLaren and Jordan, however it hoped its new partnership with a fellow French manufacturer would assist in its rise in the sport. The new A16 engine designed by Jean-Pierre Boudy boasted substantial improvements, it could reach nearly 800 horsepower and was much more flexible than its predecessor.
|Year||Entrant||Chassis||Engine||Tyre||No.||Drivers||Rounds||Test Drivers||WCC Pts.||WCC Pos.||Report|
|1994||Marlboro McLaren Peugeot||McLaren MP4/9||A6 3.5 V10||7||Mika Häkkinen||1–9, 11–16|| Laurent Aïello
|1995||Total Jordan Peugeot||Jordan 195||A10 3.0 V10||14||Rubens Barrichello||All|| Martin Brundle
|1996||Benson & Hedges Total Jordan Peugeot||Jordan 196||A12 EV5 3.0 V10||11||Rubens Barrichello||All|| Jean-Christophe Boullion
Fabrizio de Simone
|1997||Benson & Hedges Jordan Peugeot||Jordan 197||A14 3.0 V10||11||Rubens Barrichello||All|| Pedro de la Rosa
Complete Formula One Results
|1||1912 French Grand Prix||Georges Boillot|
|2||1913 French Grand Prix||Georges Boillot|
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