1994 International Formula 3000 Championship
|1994 FIA International Formula 3000 Championship|
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. The long —vortex generators— on the front wing endplates were banned as part of an ongoing effort to reduce costs.
Drivers and constructorsEdit
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.
Bold — Pole
- Drivers who didn't finish the race but were classified are marked with .
|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
- Starkey, John. Lola - All The Sports Racing & Single-seater Racing Cars from 1978-1997, pp. 151.
- L'annee Formule 3000 1992. Drapeau a Damier.