1995 San Marino Grand Prix

Snippets

The heavily revised Imola track is praised by the drivers, although Michael Schumacher admits he would have preferred to race elsewhere this season. The drivers observe a one minute’s silence in memory of the death of colleagues Roland Ratzenberger and Ayrton Senna 12 months earlier.

Ferrari debuts and evolutionary version of its V121 engine, while Renault introduces its RS7A V10.

Race Results

Qualifying

Circuit - Imola

Country

Italy

Location

Imola, Emilia-Romagna

Type

Permanent road course

Length

3.064 (Miles)

Record

Michael Schumacher (Ferrari F2004), 1m20.411, 137.176 mph, F1, 2004

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