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1994 Formula 3000 season

1994 FIA International Formula 3000 season
Previous: 1993 Next: 1995

The 1994 Formula 3000 International Championship was the tenth season of Formula 3000 in Europe. Jean-Christophe Boullion won the championship after eight rounds.

Technical changes

After a year out of Europe, Lola returned with an extensively developed new car. Reynard was still the dominant manufacturer, and retained many components from its previous car while introducing an F1-style high nose.

The regulation requiring long sidepods was removed, which meant that the cars became less pitch-sensitive.[1] The long “vortex generators” on the front wing endplates were banned as part of an ongoing effort to reduce costs.[2]

Drivers and constructors

Team Chassis Engine Car # Driver Race weekends
France DAMS Reynard 94D Ford Cosworth AC 1 France Jean-Christophe Boullion All
2 France Guillaume Gomez All
United Kingdom Paul Stewart Racing Reynard 94D Zytek Judd KV 5 Brazil Gil de Ferran All
6 France Didier Cottaz All
Italy Auto Sport Racing Reynard 93D Ford Cosworth AC 7 Italy Paolo Delle Piane 4-8
Italy Forti Corse Reynard 94D Ford Cosworth AC 9 Brazil Pedro Diniz All
10 Japan Hideki Noda All
Italy Mythos Racing Reynard 94D Zytek Judd KV 11 Italy Fabrizio De Simone All
12 Italy Massimiliano Papis All
France Apomatox Reynard 94D Ford Cosworth AC 14 France Emmanuel Clérico All
15 France Franck Lagorce All
Netherlands Vortex Motorsport Reynard 94D Ford Cosworth AC 16 Italy Paolo Delle Piane 1-3
United Kingdom James Taylor 4-8
17 Brazil Tarso Marques All
25 United Kingdom David Coulthard 1
United Kingdom Allan McNish 2
United Kingdom Omegaland Lola T94/50 Zytek Judd KV 18 United Kingdom Oliver Gavin 1-4
France Marc Rostan 7-8
Lola T92/50 19 Canada Robbie Stirling 1
Italy Patrick Crinelli 2-3
Brazil Norio Matsubara 4
United States Elton Julian 6-8
United Kingdom Nordic Racing Lola T94/50 Ford Cosworth AC 20 Belgium Marc Goossens All
21 Spain Jordi Gené 1-3
United Kingdom Oliver Gavin 5
Brazil Paolo Carcasci 7
France Danielson Reynard 94D Ford Cosworth DFV 24 France Nicolas Leboisettier All
25 France Jérôme Policand All
United Kingdom Madgwick International Reynard 94D Zytek Judd KV 26 Belgium Mikke Van Hool All
27 Sweden Kenny Bräck All
Italy Durango Equipe Reynard 93D Ford Cosworth AC 30 Italy Severino Nardozzi All
31 Italy Christian Pescatori All
United Kingdom Super Nova Racing Reynard 94D Ford Cosworth AC 32 Italy Vincenzo Sospiri All
33 Japan Taki Inoue All
Belgium Racing Wim Eyckmans Reynard 93D Ford Cosworth AC 35 Belgium Wim Eyckmans 1, 3
Reynard 94D 5-8

Calendar

Four F3000 races (Spain, Germany, Belgium and Portugal) were held in Formula One Grand Prix weekends, the highest number in the championship's history so far.

Race No Track Country Date Laps Distance Time Speed Winner Pole Position Fastest Lap
1 Silverstone  United Kingdom 2 May 1994 38 5.226=198.588 km 1'01:56.79 192.33 km/h Franck Lagorce Franck Lagorce Franck Lagorce
2 Pau  France 23 May 1994 71 2.76=195.96 km 1'25:39.269 137.267 km/h Gil de Ferran Gil de Ferran Vincenzo Sospiri
3 Montmeló  Spain 28 May 1994 41 4.747=194.627 km 1'05:41.000 177.768 km/h Massimiliano Papis Massimiliano Papis Jean-Christophe Boullion
4 Pergusa-Enna  Italy 17 July 1994 40 4.95=198.00 km 0'51:41.731 205.908 km/h Gil de Ferran Franck Lagorce Christian Pescatori
5 Hockenheim  Germany 30 July 1994 29 6.815=197.635 km 0'58:07.686 204.238 km/h Franck Lagorce Guillaume Gomez Franck Lagorce
6 Spa-Francorchamps  Belgium 27 August 1994 27 7.001=189.027 km 1'11:34.525 156.456 km/h Jean-Christophe Boullion Franck Lagorce Tarso Marques
7 Estoril  Portugal 25 September 1994 44 4.36=191.84 km 1'08:11.419 168.798 km/h Jean-Christophe Boullion Emmanuel Clérico Emmanuel Clérico
8 Magny-Cours  France 2 October 1994 48 4.25=204.000 km 1'10:41.298 173.154 km/h Jean-Christophe Boullion Franck Lagorce Franck Lagorce

Final points standings

Driver

For every race points were awarded: 9 points to the winner, 6 for runner up, 4 for third place, 3 for fourth place, 2 for fifth place and 1 for sixth place. No additional points were awarded.

Place Name Country Team Chassis Engine United Kingdom France Spain Italy Germany Belgium Portugal France Total Points
1 Jean-Christophe Boullion  France DAMS Reynard Ford Cosworth - 3 - - 6 9 9 9 36
2 Franck Lagorce  France Apomatox Reynard Ford Cosworth 9 2 2 6 9 - - 6 34
3 Gil de Ferran  Brazil Paul Stewart Racing Reynard Zytek Judd 4 9 - 9 4 2 - - 28
4 Vincenzo Sospiri  Italy SuperNova Racing Reynard Ford Cosworth 3 6 4 - 3 - 6 2 24
5 Didier Cottaz  France Paul Stewart Racing Reynard Zytek Judd 1 4 - - - 6 2 - 13
6 Massimiliano Papis  Italy Mythos Racing Reynard Judd - - 9 3 - - - 1 13
7 Guillaume Gomez  France DAMS Reynard Ford Cosworth - 1 - - - 3 4 4 12
8 Fabrizio De Simone  Italy Mythos Racing Reynard Judd - - 6 - - 1 - - 7
9 David Coulthard  United Kingdom Vortex European Reynard Ford Cosworth 6 - - - - - - - 6
Hideki Noda  Japan Forti Corse Reynard Ford Cosworth 2 - - 4 - - - - 6
11 Kenny Bräck  Sweden Madgwick International Reynard Zytek Judd - - - - - 4 1 - 5
12 Jordi Gené  Spain Nordic Racing Lola Ford Cosworth - - 3 - - - - - 3
Marc Goossens  Belgium Nordic Racing Lola Ford Cosworth - - 1 - 2 - - - 3
Pedro Diniz  Brazil Forti Corse Reynard Ford Cosworth - - - - - - 3 - 3
Tarso Marques  Brazil Vortex Motorsport Reynard Ford Cosworth - - - - - - - 3 3
16 Jérôme Policand  France Danielson Reynard Zytek Judd - - - 2 - - - - 2
17 Christian Pescatori  Italy Durango Reynard Ford Cosworth - - - 1 - - - - 1
Wim Eyckmans  Belgium Eyckmans Racing Reynard Ford Cosworth - - - - 1 - - - 1

Complete Overview

first column of every race 10 = grid position
second column of every race 10 = race result

R16=retired, but classified NC=not classified R=retired NS=did not start NQ=did not qualify (21)=place after practice, but grid position not held free 9P=grid position, but started from pit lane

Place Name Country Team Chassis Engine United Kingdom France Spain Italy Germany Belgium Portugal France
1 Jean-Christophe Boullion  France DAMS Reynard Ford Cosworth 5 8 5 4 2 R 13 14 4 2 2 1 3 1 2 1
2 Franck Lagorce  France Apomatox Reynard Ford Cosworth 1 1 3 5 16 5 1 2 3 1 1 13 6 8 1 2
3 Gil de Ferran  Brazil Paul Stewart Racing Reynard Zytek Judd 2 3 1 1 18 R 2 1 2 3 7 5 2 R 11 R
4 Vincenzo Sospiri  Italy SuperNova Racing Reynard Ford Cosworth 8 4 2 2 6 3 4 R 20 4 10 R 8 2 16 5
5 Didier Cottaz  France Paul Stewart Racing Reynard Zytek Judd 10 6 4 3 15 7 16 9 7 11 8 2 15 5 12 7
6 Massimiliano Papis  Italy Mythos Racing Reynard Judd 11 7 6 R 1 1 11 4 8 R 12 11 18 13 8 6
7 Guillaume Gomez  France DAMS Reynard Ford Cosworth 16 11 10 6 20 8 14 10 1 R 11 4 4 3 6 3
8 Fabrizio De Simone  Italy Mythos Racing Reynard Judd 9 16 17 10 3 2 7 R 12 14 3 6 5 R 7 R
9 David Coulthard  United Kingdom Vortex European Reynard Ford Cosworth 3 2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Hideki Noda  Japan Forti Corse Reynard Ford Cosworth 4 5 16 R 5 R 6 3 5 R 19 7 11 R16 15 11
11 Kenny Bräck  Sweden Madgwick International Reynard Zytek Judd 17 12 (21) NS 14 11 15 11 17 9 5 3 7 6 10 10
12 Jordi Gené  Spain Nordic Racing Lola Zytek Judd 13 9 9 9 9 4 - - - - - - - - - -
Marc Goossens  Belgium Nordic Racing Lola Zytek Judd 15 R 20 R 11 6 9P 7 14 5 13 R 19 R 19 R
Pedro Diniz  Brazil Forti Corse Reynard Ford Cosworth 6 R 11 R 7 10 5 R 13 R 4 9 10 4 21 R
Tarso Marques  Brazil Vortex Motorsport Reynard Ford Cosworth 19 13 15 R 12 NS 12 12 16 10 16 8 14 12 5 4
16 Jérôme Policand  France Danielson Reynard Zytek Judd 18 14 12 8 10 R 10 5 10 7 18 12 16 17 14 R
17 Christian Pescatori  Italy Durango Reynard Ford Cosworth 23 NC 13 7 13 9 8 6 15 8 14 10 13 R 13 9
Wim Eyckmans  Belgium Eyckmans Racing Reynard Ford Cosworth 20 R - - 21 R - - 9 6 9 17 12 R 4 R
- Emmanuel Clérico  France Apomatox Reynard Ford Cosworth 7 R 8 R 4 R 3 R 6 15 6 R 1 7 3 R
- Paolo Delle Piane  Italy Vortex Motorsport Reynard Ford Cosworth 12 R 18 NS 17 R
Auto Sport Racing Reynard Ford Cosworth 17P 8 18 R 20 R 22 R 9 8
- Taki Inoue  Japan SuperNova Racing Reynard Ford Cosworth 21 15 21 R 19 13 19 13 21 12 15 14 17 9 20 R
- Nicolas Leboisettier  France Danielson Reynard Zytek Judd 22 R 14 R - - 21 R 11 R 17 R
Danielson Reynard Ford Cosworth 9 10 17 12
- Oliver Gavin  United Kingdom Omegaland Lola Zytek Judd 14 10 24 NQ 8 R 18 R
Nordic Racing Lola Zytek Judd 19 NS - - - - - -
- Mikke Van Hool  Belgium Madgwick International Reynard Zytek Judd (24) NS 22 R 23 12 20 R 22 13 21 R 21 11 18 R
- Elton Julian  United States Omegaland Lola Zytek Judd - - - - - - - - - - 22 15 24 14 22 13
- Marc Rostan  France Omegaland Lola Zytek Judd - - - - - - - - - - - - 25 R 23 14
- James Taylor  United Kingdom Vortex Motorsport Reynard Ford Cosworth - - - - - - 22 15 23 R 23 R 23 15 25 R
- Severino Nardozzi  Italy Durango Reynard Ford Cosworth 25 17 25 NQ 24 R 24 NQ 24 16 24 16 26 R 24 15
- Patrick Crinelli  Italy Omegaland Lola Zytek Judd - - 19 R 22 R - - - - - - - - - -
- Robbie Stirling  Canada Omegaland Lola Zytek Judd 24 R - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
- Allan McNish  United Kingdom Vortex European Reynard Ford Cosworth - - 7 R - - - - - - - - - - - -
- Norio Matsubara  Brazil Omegaland Lola Zytek Judd - - - - - - 23 R - - - - - - - -
- Paolo Carcasci  Brazil Nordic Racing Lola Zytek Judd - - - - - - - - - - - - 20 R - -

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