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1994 Interserie

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1994 Interserie
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The 1994 Interserie was the 25th season of the Interserie. The season started on 12 June at the Nürburgring and ended on 17 October at the Österreichring. The season featured six rounds. The Division I category was won by Johan Rajamäki and the Division II category by Walter Lechner.

Calendar[edit]

The 1994 Interserie was contested over a six race series.

Event Circuit Date Report
1 Germany Nürburgring, Nürburg, Germany 12 June Report
2 Italy Autodromo di Pergusa, Pergusa, Italy 24 July Report
3 Czech Republic Autodrom Most, Most, Czech Republic 7 August Report
4 Sweden Scandinavian Raceway, Anderstorp, Sweden 4 September Report
5 Germany Siegerland Airport, Siegerland, Germany 11 September Report
6 Austria Österreichring, Spielberg, Austria 16 October Report

Entry list[edit]

Team Car Engine No. Drivers Class Rounds
Germany HSB Motorsport
Penske PC-18 Buick 3.2L Turbo V8 2 Austria Karl Hasenblicher Div.I 1-3, 6
3 United Kingdom Federico Careca Div.I 1-4
March HSB Audi 1.8L Turbo L4 59 Germany Joachim Ryschka Div.II 1-3, 5-6
Sweden J.R. Motorsport
Footwork FA12 Judd 3.5L 4 Sweden Johan Rajamäki Div.I 1-5
Footwork FA11C 5 Sweden Carl Rosenblad Div.I All
United Kingdom McNeil Engineering
Jordan 191 Ford Cosworth 3.5L V8 6 United Kingdom James Taylor Div.I 2-6
Lola T89/50 Ford Cosworth 2.0L Turbo 7 United Kingdom Mike Catlow Div.I 1, 4-6
United Kingdom Mike Chittenden 1, 3-6
Italy S.C.I. Team
Fondmetal FG-01 Ford Cosworth 3.5L V8 8 Italy Ranieri Randaccio Div.I 1-3, 6
Tiga GC288/9 Ford Cosworth DFL 3.3L V8 57 Italy Pasquale Barberio Div.II 1-2
Germany Heinz-Jürgen Dahmen
Porsche 962 Can-Am Porsche 3.0L Turbo F6 9 Germany Heinz-Jürgen Dahmen Div.I 1, 5
Switzerland Jauslin Cars
Gebhardt JC843 Ford Cosworth 3.9L V8 10 Switzerland Ruedi Jauslin Div.I 1, 3, 5-6
Germany Bross Angel Jeans Team
Argo JM20 Chevrolet 5.0L V8 11 Germany Wolfram Centner Div.I 3
Spice SE90C Ford Cosworth 3.5L V8 12 United Kingdom David Coyne Div.I 1
Argo JM19 C Ford Cosworth 3.3L V8 66 Germany Helmut Bross Div.II 1, 3-6
Judd 3.5L 11 Germany Dieter Bergermann Div.I 4
Germany Becker Motorsport
Minardi M190 Ford Cosworth 3.5L V8 13 Germany Karl-Heinz Becker Div.I 2-6
Germany Obermaier Racing
Porsche 962C Porsche 3.2L Turbo F6 21 Germany Jürgen Oppermann Div.I 1
Switzerland Horag Hotz Racing
Lola Horag Audi 1.8L Turbo L4 51 Switzerland Fredy Lienhard Div.II 2-5
Switzerland Markus Hotz 6
Austria Walter Lechner Racing
Reynard Spyder Judd 3.5L V10 1 Austria Walter Lechner Div.I 6
Lola Horag HSB Audi 1.8L Turbo L4 51 Div.II 1
52 2, 4-5
Canada Abdi Abdoh 3, 6
Germany Gebhardt Motorsport
Lola T92/50 Audi 1.8L Turbo L4 53 Germany Günther Gebhardt Div.II 6
54 Germany Wolfgang Widmann 1-2, 5
Sweden D.F.M. Motorsport
Argo JM19 Ford Cosworth 3.3L V8 56 Sweden Allan Dunevall Div.II 1, 4, 6
Argo JM16 Buick 3.0L V6 58 Sweden Kari Mäkinen Div.II 4
Norway Harrfeldt Racing
Tiga TS85 Hart 418T 1.8L Turbo L4 61 Norway Henry Harrfeldt Div.II 4
Germany Style Auto Racing Team
START CA 871 Mazda 13B 1.3L 2-Rotor[1] 62 Germany Michael Roger Neumann Div.II 1, 3, 5
United Kingdom Eddie McLurg
March HSB Audi 1.8L Turbo L4 63 United Kingdom Eddie McLurg Div.II 1, 6
Norway NMK Sarpsborg
Cheek C288 Ford BDT 1.8L Turbo L4 65 Norway Alf Eng Div.II 4

Championship standings[edit]

Scoring system

Championship points were awarded for the first eight positions in each race. For the Brno round a single race awarding double points was held. A total result of each round combining the results of the two heats was also published, but did not award points. Each class scored points separately; the positions below reflect the driver's finishing position in the overall race order.

Race points
Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th 
Points 10 7.5 6 5 4 3 2 1

Division 1[edit]

Pos. Driver Germany
NUR
Italy
PER
Czech Republic
MOS
Sweden
AND
Germany
SIE
Austria
ÖST
Pts
1 Sweden Johan Rajamäki 5 2 2 2 DNS 1 1 2 3 68.5
2 Sweden Carl Rosenblad 9 8 9 6 3 8 4 6 DNS 7 6 57.5
3 Germany Karl-Heinz Becker 4 3 DNS Ret DNS 3 2 10 3 41.5
4 United Kingdom James Taylor 5 Ret 1 Ret Ret 5 6 Ret Ret 36
5 Switzerland Ruedi Jauslin DNS 13 5 10 10 Ret 10 25
6 Austria Karl Hasenbichler Ret 1 Ret Ret Ret 3 4 23.5
7 Italy Ranieri Randaccio Ret DNS 3 Ret 2 Ret Ret 21
8 United Kingdom Mike Catlow 8 4 11 9 DNS 20.5
9 Austria Walter Lechner 1 1 20
10 United Kingdom Frederico Careca DNS DNS 1 Ret 7 Ret DNS 16
11 Germany Jürgen Oppermann 2 5 15
12 United Kingdom David Coyne 3 3 13,5
13 Germany Dieter Bergermann 7 8 12
14 United Kingdom Mike Chittenden 10 DNS 10 10 DNS 12
15 Germany Wolfram Centner 6 8
- Germany Heinz-Jürgen Dahmen DNS Ret DNS DNS 0

Division 2[edit]

Pos. Driver Germany
NUR
Italy
PER
Czech Republic
MOS
Sweden
AND
Germany
SIE
Austria
ÖST
Pts
1 Austria Walter Lechner 1 4 6 1 2 2 1 1 80
2 Germany Helmut Bross 6 7 8 Ret 5 8 8 8 9 50
3 Switzerland Fredy Lienhard 7 4 Ret 3 3 4 4 45
4 Germany Joachim Ryschka 4 6 10 5 DNS Ret 5 43
5 Canada Abdi Abdoh 4 5 Ret 26
6 Sweden Allan Dunevall 11 12 6 9 11 11 20
7 Switzerland Markus Hotz 2 2 20
8 Germany Wolfgang Widmann Ret 11 Ret 7 7 7 20
9 Germany Günther Gebhardt 4 5 15
10 United Kingdom Eddie McLurg 10 9 Ret 8 14
11 Italy Pasquale Barberio 7 15 8 Ret 12.5
12 Germany Michael Roger Neumann 12 14 DNP 9 9 11
13 Sweden Kari Mäkinen 5 7 10
14 Norway Alf Eng Ret 6 5
- Norway Henry Harrfeldt DNS Ret 0

References[edit]

  1. "START CA 871 specifications". auta5p.eu. Retrieved 2020-01-23.

External links[edit]


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