1995 San Marino Grand Prix
- Sunday, April 30, 1995
- Gran Premio di San Marino
- F1 World Championship
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.
Permanent road course
Michael Schumacher (Ferrari F2004), 1m20.411, 137.176 mph, F1, 2004
First Race1977 Imola Italian F3 class