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1994 Formula One season

1994 FIA Formula One World Championship season
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The 1994 Formula One season was the 45th FIA Formula One World Championship season. It commenced on March 27, 1994, and ended on November 13 after sixteen races. The season was remembered as one of the most tragic and controversial seasons in the 1990s, if not in the sport's history. 1994 was one of the closest in history, as the Champion, Michael Schumacher, won the title by a single point from Damon Hill, after the two controversially collided at the final round in Adelaide.

Season summary

The major rule change of 1994 was the banning of driver aids in the car, such as traction control, in an attempt to "humanize" the sport, refuelling during pit-stops was also re-introduced for 1994 and so team tactics now played a major role during races. Pre-Season betting suggested that Williams new signing, Ayrton Senna, would coast to his fourth Drivers' title and aid Williams to their seventh Constructors' title.

The first round of the 1994 season was held at the Autódromo José Carlos Pace, named after the Brazilian racing driver, in São Paulo, Brazil. Senna took pole position for his home Grand Prix, three tenths of a second faster than Michael Schumacher's Benetton-Ford who joined the Brazilian on the front row. Alesi, Hill, Frentzen and Morbidelli made up the rest of the top six, all of them over a second slower than Senna's pole position time. Senna led the Grand Prix from the start until the first round of pit stops, where a crucial fact was revealed, Benetton were considerably faster than Williams at servicing their cars during pit stops, thus putting Schumacher into the lead. Senna couldn't keep up with Schumacher's car and span off and retired from the race, a result of his efforts to catch up with Schumacher. Schumacher went on to win the race, with Senna's teammate, Damon Hill, second and Jean Alesi came third. The race was remembered for the accident involving Jos Verstappen, on his Grand Prix debut, where the Dutch driver flipped over and collided with Martin Brundle's McLaren.

The newly constructed TI Circuit hosted the second round of the championship and Senna took pole position for the second time in succession ahead of second placed Michael Schumacher. Senna failed to complete a lap during the race, as he was tipped into the gravel by his old McLaren teammate, Mika Häkkinen. Schumacher went onto win the Grand Prix, his second in succession, ahead of Gerhard Berger and Rubens Barrichello, who had not only scored his first podium finish, but his team's, Jordan, first podium finish.

During the Friday practice session for the San Marino Grand Prix, Rubens Barrichello's Jordan left the track on the high speed chicane called Variante Bassa, giving the young Brazilian severe injuries. Swift action by Formula One doctor Sid Watkins was all that prevented Barrichello swallowing his tongue. Then, during the Saturday during qualifying, Roland Ratzenberger's Simtek hit a wall in excess of 200mph at the fast Villeneuve corner, killing the Austrian on impact. Senna was so shaken by these events he considered retiring and not taking part, but he eventually decided that he should race. At the start, there were further complications, as JJ Lehto stalled his Benetton and was hit by Pedro Lamy, which caused the safety car to be deployed. After a six-lap safety car sequence, racing resumed, but just one lap later Senna's car left the track as he went through the fast left-hander of Tamburello and the Williams-Renault FW16 slammed head-on into a wall at 135mph. Senna died, according to sources, that night in hospital. A touching and chilling thing was later discovered about Senna's car – inside his FW16 a blood-soaked Austrian flag was found, that Senna had planned to use as a victory tribute in honour of Ratzenberger.

A shaken Formula One world moved on to Monaco, where more grief was to come as Karl Wendlinger's Sauber crashed heavily during the qualifying session, leaving him in a coma for two weeks. Michael Schumacher took pole position ahead of Häkkinen. The German went onto to dominate the Grand Prix, as nobody apart from Schumacher lead the Grand Prix. Brundle and Berger completed the podium.

Following the accidents in Imola and Monaco, a majority drivers insisted on making the Circuit de Catalunya safer for the Spanish Grand Prix. This resulted in the construction of several temporary chicanes where run-off areas were considered insufficiently small. Schumacher took his second pole position of the season, over half a second faster than second place Damon Hill. The Brit went on to win the Grand Prix after Schumacher's Benetton was stuck in fifth gear for a majority of the race, emulating his father's efforts during the 1968 Spanish Grand Prix where he won after Jim Clark's death.

Schumacher took pole again for the Canadian Grand Prix with Jean Alesi's Ferrari alongside him on the front row. Schumacher went onto to win the race by 40 second with Hill and Alesi completing the top three. Nigel Mansell was brought in by Williams for the French Grand Prix to combat falling TV viewing figures, Hill broke Schumacher's run of consecutive pole positions after taking the top grid slot for himself by one tenth of a second, alongside him was his Williams teammate, Mansell. Schumacher managed to win the Grand Prix from third on the grid, ahead Hill and Berger, while Mansell retired after a gearbox failure on the 45th lap.

Hill took his second pole of the season at his home Grand Prix. During the formation lap, Schumacher illegally overtook Hill on two occasions. He was given a stop-and-go penalty, which he decided to ignore as his team protested. For several laps, Schumacher refused to honour his penalty, which resulted in a black flag. He was stripped of his second place behind Hill, and banned for two races, pending an appeal.

Benetton managed to arrange for Schumacher to run in his home Grand Prix. The German qualified in fourth, behind Berger, Alesi and Hill. Schumacher never completed the full race distance as he retired on the 20th lap of the 45, after an engine failure, leaving Gerhard Berger to take victory and ending a 58 race victory drought for Ferrari. The race was remembered for 2 incidents, the first being an accident involving 11 cars; Mika Häkkinen was later blamed by the FIA for the incident and was given a one race ban. The second was during a pit stop where Jos Verstappen's Benetton caught fire in spectacular fashion after fuel had been accidentally sprayed onto the hot bodywork of the Benetton, Verstappen received minor burns to his nose.

Schumacher took pole position at the Hungaroring, with Hill partnering him on the front row. The front two finished the race in their grid positions with Verstappen finishing third, after starting the race in twelfth. It was Rubens Barrichello who surprised everyone in Belgium after qualifying his Jordan-Hart, a car which prior to the Belgian Grand Prix qualified as high as fifth position, in pole position with Schumacher alongside him. Despite winning the race, Schumacher was disqualified because his car was found to have illegal wear on its skidblock. Although Benetton protested that the skidblock had been damaged when Schumacher spun over a kerb, the FIA rejected their appeal, allowing Hill to close the points gap even further.

With no Schumacher for the next two races, Hill needed to win both Grand Prix to keep Schumacher under pressure. Alesi pleased the tifosi by taking pole position in Monza, ahead of his Ferrari teammate, Gerhard Berger. Hill got past both Ferraris to win the race closing the gap between himself and Schumacher to 11 points. Gerhard Berger took pole position for the Grand Prix in Estoril, making it the second successive pole position for Ferrari, with Hill alongside him. Both the Williams cars of Hill and Coulthard got past Berger to make it a Williams one-two finish ahead of Häkkinen's McLaren. Schumacher's lead in the Drivers' Championship was now one point.

Schumacher came back from his ban to take pole position at Jerez and went onto win the race, ahead of Hill and Häkkinen, so Schumacher increased his lead in the Drivers' Championship to five points. Schumacher and Hill were on the front row for the Japanese Grand Prix. The race was played out in torrential conditions and the race was red flagged after Martin Brundle crashed his McLaren and seriously injured a track marshal. After discussions with the drivers it was agreed that the race would be restarted behind the safety car. After the restart, Schumacher went to pit for fuel and he was given a heavy load of fuel, the team were gambling that the race would not go the full distance because of the rain. Hill went ahead until he stopped and then Alesi was briefly the leader until his pit stop and Hill went into the lead again. Schumacher closed in on him and on lap 36 he went ahead on aggregate, if not on the road. Schumacher's time in the second part of the race, added to his time in the first part before the restart, meant that he was technically leading the race, even if he was behind Hill on the road. The track dried up and so the race was not going to be stopped early. That meant Schumacher had to stop again and so he dropped away. He charged back after the stop but this time Hill was able to hold the gap. Hill won by 3.3 seconds ahead of Schumacher with Alesi third, Mansell fourth, Irvine fifth and Frentzen sixth.

At Adelaide, Schumacher had one thing on his mind: aerodynamics. The angles of his front and rear wings were set to extremely low levels, giving a high straightline speed, but impaired cornering due to lack of downforce and therefore grip. This was in order to achieve a top speed comparable with the more powerful Williams-Renault. Nigel Mansell assisted at keeping Schumacher at bay for Williams by taking pole position, but he was eventually left behind in third after a poor start as the two title protagonists fought hard for the lead, and indeed, the title. Schumacher's extreme aerodynamic package began to unravel late in the race when his car ran wide and clipped a wall on the outside of a corner. Hill slipped through on the inside of the next corner, but Schumacher turned into Hill, taking them both out of the race. Schumacher, at age 25 was Germany's first Formula 1 World Drivers' Champion, but under highly controversial circumstances, although no action was ever taken against him. Mansell took his 31st and final win of his career.

Drivers and constructors

The following teams and drivers competed in the 1994 FIA Formula One World Championship.

Entrant Constructor Chassis Engine Tyre No Driver Test driver(s)
22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png Rothmans Williams Renault Williams FW16
FW16B
Renault RS6 3.5 V10 G 0 22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png Damon Hill 22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png David Coulthard
2 22px-Flag of Brazil.png Ayrton Senna
22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png David Coulthard
22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png Nigel Mansell
22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png Tyrrell Tyrrell 022 Yamaha OX10B 3.5 V10 G 3 22px-Flag of Japan.png Ukyo Katayama n/a
4 22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png Mark Blundell
22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png Mild Seven Benetton Ford Benetton B194 Ford ECA Zetec-R 3.5 V8 G 5 22px-Flag of Germany.png Michael Schumacher 22px-Flag of the Netherlands.png Jos Verstappen
5/6 22px-Flag of Finland.png JJ Lehto
6 22px-Flag of the Netherlands.png Jos Verstappen
22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png Johnny Herbert
22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png Marlboro McLaren Peugeot McLaren MP4-9 Peugeot A6 3.5 V10 G 7 22px-Flag of Finland.png Mika Häkkinen 22px-Flag of France.png Philippe Alliot
22px-Flag of France.png Philippe Alliot
8 22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png Martin Brundle
22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png Footwork Ford Footwork FA15 Ford HBE7/8 3.5 V8 G 9 22px-Flag of Brazil.png Christian Fittipaldi n/a
10 3dflagsdotcom italy2bs.gif Gianni Morbidelli
22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png Team Lotus Lotus 107C
109
Mugen Honda MF-351 HB 3.5 V10 G 11 22px-Flag of Portugal.png Pedro Lamy n/a
22px-Flag of Belgium (civil).png Philippe Adams
22px-Flag of Finland.png Mika Salo
11/12 3dflagsdotcom italy2bs.gif Alessandro Zanardi
12 22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png Johnny Herbert
22px-Flag of France.png Eric Bernard
22px-Flag of Ireland.png Sasol Jordan Jordan 194 Hart 1035 3.5 V10 G 14 22px-Flag of Brazil.png Rubens Barrichello n/a
15 22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png Eddie Irvine
22px-Flag of Japan.png Aguri Suzuki
3dflagsdotcom italy2bs.gif Andrea de Cesaris
22px-Flag of France.png Tourtel Larrousse F1 Larrousse LH94 Ford HBF7/8 3.5 V8 G 19 22px-Flag of Monaco.png Olivier Beretta n/a
22px-Flag of France.png Philippe Alliot
22px-Flag of France.png Yannick Dalmas
22px-Flag of Japan.png Hideki Noda
20 22px-Flag of France.png Érik Comas
20px-Flag of Switzerland.png Jean-Denis Deletraz
3dflagsdotcom italy2bs.gif Minardi Scuderia Italia Minardi M193B
M194
Ford HBC7/8 3.5 V8 G 23 3dflagsdotcom italy2bs.gif Pierluigi Martini 3dflagsdotcom italy2bs.gif Luca Badoer
24 3dflagsdotcom italy2bs.gif Michele Alboreto
22px-Flag of France.png Ligier Gitanes Blondes Ligier JS39B Renault RS6 3.5 V10 G 25 22px-Flag of France.png Eric Bernard 22px-Flag of France.png Franck Lagorce
22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png Johnny Herbert
22px-Flag of France.png Franck Lagorce
26 22px-Flag of France.png Olivier Panis
3dflagsdotcom italy2bs.gif Scuderia Ferrari Ferrari 412T1
412T1B
Ferrari 043 3.5 V12 G 27 22px-Flag of France.png Jean Alesi 3dflagsdotcom italy2bs.gif Nicola Larini
3dflagsdotcom italy2bs.gif Nicola Larini
28 22px-Flag of Austria.png Gerhard Berger
20px-Flag of Switzerland.png Broker Sauber Mercedes Sauber C13 Mercedes-Benz 2175B 3.5 V10 G 29 22px-Flag of Austria.png Karl Wendlinger n/a
3dflagsdotcom italy2bs.gif Andrea De Cesaris
22px-Flag of Finland.png JJ Lehto
30 22px-Flag of Germany.png Heinz-Harald Frentzen
22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png MTV Simtek Ford Simtek S941 Ford HBD6 3.5 V8 G 31 22px-Flag of Australia.png David Brabham 3dflagsdotcom italy2bs.gif Andrea Montermini
32 22px-Flag of Austria.png Roland Ratzenberger
3dflagsdotcom italy2bs.gif Andrea Montermini
22px-Flag of France.png Jean-Marc Gounon
3dflagsdotcom italy2bs.gif Mimmo Schiattarella
22px-Flag of Japan.png Taki Inoue
22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png Pacific Grand Prix Ltd
Ursus Pacific Grand Prix
Pacific PR01 Ilmor 2175A 3.5 V10 G 33 22px-Flag of France.png Paul Belmondo 3dflagsdotcom italy2bs.gif Giovanni Lavaggi
22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png Oliver Gavin
34 22px-Flag of Belgium (civil).png Bertrand Gachot
  • With the retirement of reigning champion Alain Prost, the car number 1 was not assigned and Hill ran with number 0.

Season review

Grands Prix

Rnd Race Date Location Winning Driver Constructor Report
1 22px-Flag of Brazil.png Brazilian Grand Prix March 27 Interlagos 22px-Flag of Germany.png Michael Schumacher Benetton-Ford Report
2 23px-Flag of the Pacific Community.png Pacific Grand Prix April 17 TI Circuit, Aida 22px-Flag of Germany.png Michael Schumacher Benetton-Ford Report
3 22px-Flag of San Marino.png San Marino Grand Prix May 1 Imola 22px-Flag of Germany.png Michael Schumacher Benetton-Ford Report
4 22px-Flag of Monaco.png Monaco Grand Prix May 15 Monaco 22px-Flag of Germany.png Michael Schumacher Benetton-Ford Report
5 22px-Flag of Spain.png Spanish Grand Prix May 29 Catalunya 22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png Damon Hill Williams-Renault Report
6 22px-Flag of the Canada.png Canadian Grand Prix June 12 Circuit Gilles Villeneuve 22px-Flag of Germany.png Michael Schumacher Benetton-Ford Report
7 22px-Flag of France.png French Grand Prix July 3 Magny-Cours 22px-Flag of Germany.png Michael Schumacher Benetton-Ford Report
8 22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png British Grand Prix July 10 Silverstone 22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png Damon Hill Williams-Renault Report
9 22px-Flag of Germany.png German Grand Prix July 31 Hockenheimring 22px-Flag of Austria.png Gerhard Berger Ferrari Report
10 22px-Flag of Hungary.png Hungarian Grand Prix August 14 Hungaroring 22px-Flag of Germany.png Michael Schumacher Benetton-Ford Report
11 22px-Flag of Belgium (civil).png Belgian Grand Prix August 28 Spa-Francorchamps 22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png Damon Hill Williams-Renault Report
12 3dflagsdotcom italy2bs.gif Italian Grand Prix September 11 Monza 22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png Damon Hill Williams-Renault Report
13 22px-Flag of Portugal.png Portuguese Grand Prix September 25 Estoril 22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png Damon Hill Williams-Renault Report
14 22px-Flag of Europe.png European Grand Prix October 16 Jerez 22px-Flag of Germany.png Michael Schumacher Benetton-Ford Report
15 22px-Flag of Japan.png Japanese Grand Prix November 6 Suzuka 22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png Damon Hill Williams-Renault Report
16 22px-Flag of Australia.png Australian Grand Prix November 13 Adelaide 22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png Nigel Mansell Williams-Renault Report
  • An Argentine Grand Prix had been set on the schedule for October 16, but it was aborted as the track, which was being modernized since 1991, was not finished with the project. The race was moved to Jerez to make the European Grand Prix.


1994 Constructors Championship final standings

Pos Constructor Chassis Engine Tyre Points Wins Podiums Poles
1 22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png Williams-Renault FW16
FW16B
RS6 3.5 V10 G 118 7 13 6
2 22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png Benetton-Ford B194 ECA Zetec-R 3.5 V8 G 103 8 12 6
3 3dflagsdotcom italy2bs.gif Ferrari 412T1
412T1B
043 3.5 V12 G 71 1 11 3
4 22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png McLaren-Peugeot MP4/9 A6 3.5 V10 G 42 8
5 22px-Flag of Ireland.png Jordan-Hart 194 1035 3.5 V10 G 28 1 1
6 22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png Tyrrell-Yamaha 023 OX10B 3.5 V10 G 13 1
7 22px-Flag of France.png Ligier-Renault JS39B RS6 3.5 V10 G 13 2
8 20px-Flag of Switzerland.png Sauber-Mercedes C13 2175B 3.5 V10 G 12
9 22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png Footwork-Ford FA15 HBE7/8 3.5 V8 G 9
10 3dflagsdotcom italy2bs.gif Minardi-Ford M193
M194
HBC7/8 3.5 V8 G 5
11 22px-Flag of France.png Larrousse-Ford LH94 HBF7/8 3.5 V8 G 2
12 22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png Pacific-Ilmor PR01 2175A 3.5 V10 G
13 22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png Lotus-Mugen-Honda 107C
109
MF-351 HB 3.5 V10 G
14 22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png Simtek-Ford S941 HBD6 3.5 V8 G

1994 Drivers Championship final standings

Pos Driver BRA 22px-Flag of Brazil.png PAC 23px-Flag of the Pacific Community.png SMR 22px-Flag of San Marino.png MON 22px-Flag of Monaco.png ESP 22px-Flag of Spain.png CAN 22px-Flag of the Canada.png FRA 22px-Flag of France.png GBR 22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png GER 22px-Flag of Germany.png HUN 22px-Flag of Hungary.png BEL 22px-Flag of Belgium (civil).png ITA 3dflagsdotcom italy2bs.gif POR 22px-Flag of Portugal.png EUR 22px-Flag of Europe.png JPN 22px-Flag of Japan.png AUS 22px-Flag of Australia.png Points
1 22px-Flag of Germany.png Schumacher 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 DSQ Ret 1 DSQ Ex Ex 1 2 Ret 92
2 22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png Hill 2 Ret 6 Ret 1 2 2 1 8 2 1 1 1 2 1 Ret 91
3 22px-Flag of Austria.png Berger Ret 2 Ret 3 Ret 4 3 Ret 1 12 Ret 2 Ret 5 Ret 2 41
4 22px-Flag of Finland.png Häkkinen Ret Ret 3 Ret Ret Ret Ret 3 Ret 2 3 3 3 7 12 26
5 22px-Flag of France.png Alesi 3 5 4 3 Ret 2 Ret Ret Ret Ret Ret 10 3 6 24
6 22px-Flag of Brazil.png Barrichello 4 3 DNQ Ret Ret 7 Ret 4 Ret Ret Ret 4 4 12 Ret 4 19
7 22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png Brundle Ret Ret 8 2 11 Ret Ret Ret Ret 4 Ret 5 6 Ret Ret 3 16
8 22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png Coulthard Ret 5 5 Ret Ret 4 6 2 14
9 22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png Mansell Ret Ret 4 1 13
10 22px-Flag of the Netherlands.png Verstappen Ret Ret Ret 8 Ret 3 3 Ret 5 Ret 10
11 22px-Flag of France.png Panis 11 9 11 9 7 12 Ret 12 2 6 7 10 DSQ 9 11 5 9
12 22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png Blundell Ret Ret 9 Ret 3 10 10 Ret Ret 5 5 Ret Ret 13 Ret Ret 8
13 22px-Flag of Germany.png Frentzen Ret 5 7 DNQ Ret Ret 4 7 Ret Ret Ret Ret Ret 6 6 7 7
14 3dflagsdotcom italy2bs.gif Larini Ret 2 6
15 22px-Flag of Brazil.png Fittipaldi Ret 4 13 Ret Ret DSQ 8 9 4 14 Ret Ret 8 17 8 8 6
16 22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png Irvine Ret 6 Ret Ret Ret Ret Ret 13 Ret 7 4 5 Ret 6
17 22px-Flag of Japan.png Katayama 5 Ret 5 Ret Ret Ret Ret 6 Ret Ret Ret Ret Ret 7 Ret Ret 5
18 22px-Flag of France.png Bernard Ret 10 12 Ret 8 13 Ret 13 3 10 10 7 10 18 4
19 22px-Flag of Austria.png Wendlinger 6 Ret 4 DNQ 4
19 3dflagsdotcom italy2bs.gif de Cesaris Ret 4 Ret 6 Ret Ret Ret Ret Ret Ret Ret 4
21 3dflagsdotcom italy2bs.gif Martini 8 Ret Ret Ret 5 9 5 10 Ret Ret 8 Ret 12 15 Ret 9 4
22 3dflagsdotcom italy2bs.gif Morbidelli Ret Ret Ret Ret Ret Ret Ret Ret 5 Ret 6 Ret 9 11 Ret Ret 3
23 22px-Flag of France.png Comas 9 6 Ret 10 Ret Ret 11 Ret 6 8 Ret 8 Ret Ret 9 2
24 22px-Flag of Finland.png JJ Lehto Ret 7 Ret 6 9 Ret Ret 10 1
25 3dflagsdotcom italy2bs.gif Alboreto Ret Ret Ret 6 Ret 11 Ret Ret Ret 7 9 Ret 13 14 Ret Ret 1
26 22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png Herbert 7 7 10 Ret Ret 8 7 11 Ret Ret 12 Ret 11 8 Ret Ret 0
27 22px-Flag of Monaco.png Beretta Ret Ret Ret 8 Ret Ret Ret 14 7 9 0
28 22px-Flag of Portugal.png Lamy 10 8 Ret 11 0
29 22px-Flag of France.png Gounon 9 16 Ret Ret 11 Ret 15 0
30 3dflagsdotcom italy2bs.gif Zanardi 9 15 Ret Ret Ret 13 Ret 16 13 Ret 0
31 22px-Flag of Australia.png Brabham 12 Ret Ret Ret 10 14 Ret 15 Ret 11 Ret Ret Ret Ret 12 Ret 0
32 22px-Flag of Finland.png Salo 10 Ret 0
33 22px-Flag of Austria.png Ratzenberger DNQ 11 DNS 0
33 22px-Flag of France.png Lagorce Ret 11 0
35 22px-Flag of France.png Dalmas Ret 14 0
36 22px-Flag of Belgium (civil).png Adams Ret 16 0
37 3dflagsdotcom italy2bs.gif Schiattarella 19 Ret 0
22px-Flag of Belgium (civil).png Gachot Ret DNQ Ret Ret Ret Ret DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ 0
22px-Flag of Brazil.png Senna Ret Ret Ret 0
22px-Flag of Japan.png Noda Ret Ret Ret 0
22px-Flag of France.png Belmondo DNQ DNQ DNQ Ret Ret DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ DNQ 0
22px-Flag of France.png Alliot Ret Ret 0
22px-Flag of Japan.png Suzuki Ret 0
22px-Flag of Japan.png Inoue Ret 0
20px-Flag of Switzerland.png Deletraz Ret 0
3dflagsdotcom italy2bs.gif Montermini DNQ 0
Pos Driver BRA 22px-Flag of Brazil.png PAC 23px-Flag of the Pacific Community.png SMR 22px-Flag of San Marino.png MON 22px-Flag of Monaco.png ESP 22px-Flag of Spain.png CAN 22px-Flag of the Canada.png FRA 22px-Flag of France.png GBR 22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png GER 22px-Flag of Germany.png HUN 22px-Flag of Hungary.png BEL 22px-Flag of Belgium (civil).png ITA 3dflagsdotcom italy2bs.gif POR 22px-Flag of Portugal.png EUR 22px-Flag of Europe.png JPN 22px-Flag of Japan.png AUS 22px-Flag of Australia.png Points
Color Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Finished, in points
Blue Finished, no points
Purple Did not finish (Ret)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Blank Did not participate
Blank Injured (INJ)
Blank Excluded (EX)


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