24: At an informal lunch with the media, F1A President Max Mosley points out that severe penalties will be imposed on any Fl teams who fail to comply with the 1994 regulations.
23: Goodwood confirms that its Festival of Speed will take place on again this year, in the grounds of Goodwood House (see page 357 for details).
24:Ayrton Senna has his first run in the Williams FWI6 at a sodden Silverstone.
24: Details of the proposed London International Rally are made public. Based at either Heathrow or Windsor, the event has been pencilled in for October.
25: F I testing concludes in Barcelona, with Mika Hakkinen setting fastest time in his McLaren-Peugeot. Eric Bernard is second quickest for Ligier, who also allows F3000 champion Olivier Panis plenty of laps. 25: Mazda’s new BTCC signing David Leslie drives the Xedos 6 for the first time at
25: Nordic Racing’s first test with its Lola T94/50 F3000 chassis ends in a gravel trap at Snetterton, driver Marc Goossens having been forced off the circuit by lapanese veteran Hiroshi Fushida. Fushida was enjoying himself at the wheel of the rebuilt Maki F101, the car which he unsuccessfully tried to qualify for the 1975 British GP. The Maki, now owned by Ian Lammers, is undamaged in the incident.
25: Despite a week of meetings in Japan, Mitsubishi still isn’t sure what its exact WRC programme will be, though Lancers are expected to be sent to both the Acropolis and New Zealand rallies.
26: Formula Ford entrant Foundation Racing completes its purchase of Vector Racing Cars.
26: David Gillanders/fohn Bennie (Escort Cosworth) win the Winter Rally.
Th Rusty Wallace takes his first NASCAR win for Ford, beating Sterling Marlin in the Goodwrench 500 at Rockingham.
28:Leading F3000 team Paul Stewart Racing announces that it is reverting from Cosworth AC engines to the Zytek-Judd KV that it last used in 1992.
28:Briton Richard Dean lands a plum Japanese F3 drive with the crack Tomei Sport team. The Yorkshireman will race a Dallara-Opel in the Far East.
28: Rumours of an extra European F3000 race are rife. A Spanish GP support fixture is thought to be a possibility.
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