It was a very wet second qualifying session in Suzuka. After a
dry morning session in which Nigel Mansell was fastest, beating
Prost's pole position time from last year, the rain started
pouring down. It was still raining when the session got...
The sports section of todays (Nov 4) local newspaper had a short
article that Sauber will get Ford Zetec Engines for 1995. This deal
is supposed to be announced officially during the Suzuka Grand Prix.
No news on drivers (although Frentzen is ...
Robson Rhodes Press Release
27 October 1994
The Seventh Schedule
Team Lotus, seven times World Motor Racing Champions and at the forefront
of Grand Prix racing since 1958, are now positioned to resume their attack
on the World Championship...
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Lotus Confirms Mika Salo
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Team Lotus is pleased that talented young Finn Mika Salo will drive
the second Lotus Mugen Honda T109 alongside Alessandro Zanardi in ...
It was reported in the local press this morning (Oct 31) that Karl
Wendlinger will *not* be driving at Suzuka after all. In his last
tests at Barcelona, he has been experiencing neck pain. His doctors
recommended that he should not compete at ...
Mercedes press release on F1:
Starting in 1995, McLaren International cars will be powered by a
new three litre V10 Mercedes engine developed by Mercedes/Ilmor. The
objective of McLaren and Mercedes-Benz is to finish the season among the
Official statement from McLaren International: Woking (UK), October 28, 1994 --
McLaren International and Mercedes-Benz today announced at a joint press
conference in Stuttgart (Germany) that the two companies have signed a
far-reaching and ...
McLaren Team official press release
Woking - Oct 25 1994
McLaren International and Automobiles Peugeot announced today in Paris
that the two companies had reached an amicable ending to the agreement
which linked them in the FIA Formula One ...
Press release from MTV Simtek Ford:
After completing a successful test in Barcelona last week, Takachiho
"Taki" Inoue will make his grand prix debut in a one race deal with the
MTV Simtek Ford team at the forthcoming Grand Prix in Suzuka.
Finnish driver Mika Salo, currently in japanese F3000, has signed a
contract with Lotus for driving in Japanese GP next weekend. The deal
concerns only that one race. Mika Salo himself was interviewed by
Finnish Broadcasting Company, and he said...
Today's local newspaper reports:
It can be seen as official now, that Mercedes will supply
McLaren with engines until 1999.
Sauber is expected to run in 1995 with Ford-Zetec engines. A contract
Sauber/Ford is ready for signature. Frentzen...
>From Reuters, Bonn:
Sources close to McLaren and Mercedes have confirmed the two teams
will announce a five year deal in Stuttgart on Friday.
Schumacher's manager, Willi Weber, said this was a "Dream Team" and
Schumacher would regard this as...
Finnish Broadcasting Corp. (YLE) SportNews carried item today wednesday,
quoting newsagancy Reuter, that 'McLaren F1 team has finally reached
contract that their motor will be Mercedes Benz for next 5 years. Also,
that Michael Schumacher has ...
>From today's Motorsport Aktuell:
Johnny Herbert will race with Benetton in Japan and Australia.
Franck Lagorce, F3000 vice-champion '94, will replace Johnny
at Ligier and has signed a contract as test driver for 1995.
Benetton Interational N.V., the Dutch division of the Italian clothing
maker, acquired 50% of TWR Group from a Dutch company controlled by
Edizione Holding, which is the holding company controlled by the
Benetton family, for US$ 17 million. Tom ...
Excerpts from Bloomberg Business News:
PARIS, Oct. 25 (UPI) - French auto giant Peugeot announced Tuesday
it will supply its engines to the Jordon Formula One motor racing
team from next season, confirming a split with McLaren after only
This evening the Finnish tv sport programme "Urheiluruutu" reported that
Mika Salo, who is currently driving in the Japanese F3000 series, will
most likely to drive in F1 next season. His drive will be sponsored
by a American company, the name of...
It has been reported by Associated Press that Karl Wendlinger will make
his return to F1 racing at the Japanese GP on November 6 at the wheel
of the Sauber. He will be replacing Andrea de Cesaris.