1995 Formula 1 World Championship * indicates pole position Actual finishing positions are shown, ignoring DQs
Each box shows position and points or reason for DNF (Brazil: ! means constructor gets no...
This is a little calculation I've been updating race-by-race for the
purpose of entering it into "Driver Race Performance" in Microprose
F1GP. I thought you might possibly be interested in publishing it in
rec.autos.sport.info, since it gives an...
Mika Hakkinen was released from the intensive care unit of the Royal
Adelaide Hospital after continuing to make rapid progress in his
recovery. He is expected to remain in hospital for recovery and
observation for at least another week.
Australian Grand Prix - Race Report
November 12, 1995
Mika Salo Claims another Top Five Finish
Mika Salo ended his first full Formula 1 season by scoring points for the
third time in the six final races. After a very strong race from 14th ...
Australian Grand Prix - Final Qualifying
November 11, 1995
Mika Salo and Ukyo Katayama slipped positions during the second qualifying
session for the Australian Grand Prix. Like some other drivers, Mika's best
time today (1 min 19.083 sec)...
Australian Grand Prix - First Qualifying
November 10, 1995
Mika Salo 12th, Ukyo Katayama 14th
The Nokia Tyrrell Yamaha team is satisfied after a good first qualifying
session for Sunday's Australian Grand Prix. Mika Salo and Ukyo Katayama...
Q Damon, after last year in Adelaide and after some recent
disappointments, it must be wonderful to win today?
DH Yeah, I would say. It's wonderful for myself and also for
the team, the Williams team, who obviously have had a lot
Luca Badoer stalled on the formation lap. At the start of the
race, Damon got away well. Coulthard, however, got away better
still, and was into the lead by the first corner. Schumacher,
meanwhile, had made an awful start, and was down to 5th...
Mika Hakkinen continues his rapid recovery from his high-speed accident on
Friday. His diagnosis has been upgraded from "potential brain damage" to
"a severe concussion". He no longr requires a respirator for breathing.
He is expected to stay...
Bulletin on Mika Hakkinen
There has been further significant improvement in Mr. Hakkinen's
condition during the day. He is conscious, sitting up and talking. He
will require continued observation in intensive care for the next 48
hours. It is...
Bulletin on Mika Hakkinen
There has been a significant improvement in Mr Hakkinen's condition
overnight. He has been stable throughout the night and is slowly
regaining consciousness. He is moving all his limbs to command and
Marlboro McLaren Mercedes driver Mika Hakkinen sustained a head injury
in a high speed accident during the first qualifying session for the
Australian Grand Prix. As described in the FIA press release issued by
Professor Watkins, his condition...