The Race That Was: Pacific GP 1994

A weekend full of challenges on a then-new Formula 1 circuit ended with champagne for Team Silverstone in the 1994 Pacific Grand Prix, as Jordan finished third in dramatic fashion. The beginning of the race proved to be crucial in Barrichello’s charge to the podium. On the fourth lap of 83, Damon Hill attempted to overtake a McLaren only to go into the gravel trap, bringing the Williams driver into Barrichello’s reach. With Michael Schumacher now storming into the distance, going on to lead every lap of the race, there was a close battle for the remaining podium places. Heading into the second half of the race, it was Barrichello, Hill, Gerhard Berger and Martin Brundle all in contention for the podium places.

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