Alternate F1 - The Revolutionary Era - 1994 Season

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Alternate F1 - The Revolutionary Era - 1994 Season

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The chaos train is back for another season of ruined evenings. Basic bureaucracy out of the way first.

The Cars

The chassis will be mostly the same as they were in the real life season, with slight performance adjustments based on the previous performance of a team the season before, and to fit the narrative of the period. However I'll be giving team owners the option to choose engine supply for the season (with some exceptions for narrative purposes).

The Drivers

Before the start of each season, you are free to offer contracts for two driver slots. Unlike in previous seasons, you won't have any objectives to meet, although some drivers are locked into certain teams and there may be certain driver requirements imposed on certain teams (again for storyline purposes).

If multiple teams are bidding for a certain driver, RNG shall decide their fate, as usual.

The Teams

14 teams for 1994, 2 cars per team. These 14 teams have been determined by the needs of the canon and previous developments:

Rothmans Williams Renault (Klon)
Tyrrell Racing Organisation (Wazzle)
Marlboro McLaren (TCBY)
Footwork Team Oreca (Aislabie)
Team Lotus (kinnikuniverse)
Sasol Jordan (Dom)
Mild Seven Benetton Arrows (kevinbotz)
Larrousse Gitanes Blondes (Pasta)
Minardi Scuderia Italia (pinkd56)
Rial Racing (Hermann95)
Scuderia Ferrari (GB)
Broker Sauber Mercedes (shawn040217)
MTV Simtek (TBA)
Death Pacific Grand Prix (Frogfoot9013)

The Race Weekend

305 km except Monaco, you all know how a Formula One race works.

The Points System

10-6-4-3-2-1 for the time being.

The Race Calendar

On the wiki.

I'm much more active on the Discord so you can hit me up over there if you want me to do anything for you (within reason of course).

At the minute, I need existing team owners to confirm their teams. You have one week (until the 17th April 2022) to do this.
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Re: Alternate F1 - The Revolutionary Era - 1994 Season

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Footwork Team Oreca back for another glorious year. Let's see how McEwan and Fushida do this season
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May I take control of Pacific? :deletraz:
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Jordan returns for its fourth Formula One season.
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Frogfoot9013 wrote:May I take control of Pacific? :deletraz:

After an extensive consultation involving many organisations on a national and international level, it has been decided that you may take control of Pacific.
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Lotus is back for maybe the final time...or am i able to extend its life for an extra year or three? Let's find out
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Larrousse are back to proudly fly the tricolor once more as the leading French team.
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Oh boy, mind if I run Simtek into the ground?
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Minardi Scuderia Italia? Sure!
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Williams remains mine as that is best for business.
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I'll retain control over Benetton Arrows.
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Happy to report back for another year at the helm of Rial Racing.
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I will continue to synergise optimal returns from the Mclaren team structure into 1994
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I shall reiterate my desire to bring Sauber into further relevance.
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I shall continue to lead Tyrrell to the promised land
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Bid Time

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And with that, it is time to move onto the next phase.

You can bid for drivers freely, however note that a few teams have a driver locked in, as well as some engines requiring certain drivers to be hired in some capacity.

You can also choose engine suppliers for the year. Also bear in mind that some teams have engines locked in, and certain engine suppliers will have team preferences or will refuse to work with certain teams, as well as the aforementioned driver requests. If there are multiple bids for engines, I will leave it in the hands of RNG to decide who gets what.

So, here’s a list of engines that you can choose for 1994 (all suppliers can only supply 1 team unless otherwise stated):
Yamaha (will not supply Jordan)
Hart
Peugeot (team bidding for Peugeots must employ Philippe Alliot in some capacity)
Ford Cosworth (1993-spec) (can supply 2 teams)
Ford Cosworth (1992-spec) (unlimited supply)
Ilmor (1992-spec) (unlimited supply)
Rial (unlimited supply)

Entries (as well as teams and drivers locked in) can be found on the wiki.

Post your bids in this format:

Code: Select all

Team:
User:

Driver 1:
Repeat as many times as necessary

Driver 2:
Repeat as many times as necessary

Engine 1:
Repeat as many times as necessary
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Team: Rothmans Williams Renault
User: Klon

Driver 1: Jack Christopherson

Driver 2: Johnny Herbert
Driver 2: Karl Wendlinger
Driver 2: Michele Alboreto
Driver 2: Bernd Schneider
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Team: MTV Simtek
User: Dexter249

Driver 1:
Michael Schumacher (kek)
Rubens Barrichello
Eric Van De Poele
Paul Tracy
Mika Hakkinen

Driver 2:
Roland Ratzenberger
Bernd Schneider
Phillipe Alliot
Eddie Irvine

Reserve:
Phillipe Alliot (if he does not get the Driver 2 slot)

Engine 1:
Hart
Yamaha
Peugeot (If Alliot is hired)
Cosworth (93')

If I did the formatting wrong, yell at me.
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Team: Pacific Grand Prix

Engine: Ford Cosworth (1992)

Drivers:

Driver 1: Damon Hill

Driver 2: David Coulthard
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Team: Marlboro Team Mclaren
User: TCBY

Engines:
1. Hart
2. Yamaha
3. Peugeot
4. Rial :p

Driver 1:
1. Gerhard Berger
2. Chris Dagnall
3. Jeremy-Etienne Voeckler

Driver 2:
1. Jeremy-Etienne Voeckler (if he can be coaxed out of retirement)
2. Mika Hakkinen
3. Rubens Barrichello
4. Mika Salo

Reserve Driver:
1. Jeremy-Etienne Voeckler (if he refuses a full-time drive)
2. Mika Hakkinen (if not signed as #2)
3. Mark Blundell
4. Nigel Mansell
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Team: Jordan
User: Dom

Driver 1:
Rubens Barrichello
Martin Donnelly

Driver 2:
Eddie Irvine
Mark Blundell
Mauricio Gugelmin
Ivan Capelli

Engine 1:
Ford '93
Hart
Peugeot
Ford '92
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Team: Lotus
User: Kinnikuniverse

Driver 1:
Rubens Barrichello
Paul Tracy
Heinz-Harald Frentzen
Johnny Herbert
Martin Donelly

Driver 2:
Alex Zanardi
Martin Donelly
Ukyo Katayama
Christian Fittipaldi
Eric Van De Poele
David Coulthard
Damon Hill
Beau Brandenburg (DEC: Frogfoot)

Reserve driver:
Gil De Ferran
Luca Badoer
Damon hill
David Coulthard

Engine 1:
Ford 93
Hart
Yamaha
Ford 92
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Team: Larousse
User: Spaghetti

Engine: Renault (locked in)

Driver 1:
Chris Dagnall (DEC:Aerond, permission pending)
Didier Artzet
Olivier Panis
Jos Verstappen
Jean-Marc Gounon

Driver 2:
Jean-Marc Gounon
Domenico Schiaterella
Eric Helary

Reserve Driver:
Jean-Marc Gounon
Eric Helary
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Team: Rial
User: Hermann95

Driver 1&2 (top 2 drivers signing get the gig):
Chris Dagnall (DEC:Aerond, permission pending)
Beau Brandenburg(DEC:frogfoot, only if Dagnall signs as well)
Karl Wendlinger
Bernd Schneider
Rubens Barrichello
Heinz-Harald Frentzen
Jos Verstappen
Roland Ratzenberger
Eric van de Poele
Roberto Moreno
Nicola Larini
Mika Salo
Pierluigi Martini
Michael Bartels
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Team: Benetton Arrows
User: kevinbotz

Driver 1:

Michael Schumacher
Jean Alesi

Driver 2:

Chris Dagnall (DEC: Aerond; permission pending)
Rubens Barrichello
Karl Wendlinger
Johnny Herbert
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Team: Minardi Scuderia Italia
User: pinkd56

Engine preference:
Peugeot
Ford '93
Yamaha
Hart

Driver 1:
Michele Alboreto
Alex Zanardi
Nicola Larini
Pierluigi Martini
Vincenzo Sospiri
Olivier Berretta

Driver 2:
Roland Ratzenberger
Alex Zanardi
Vincenzo Sospiri
Pierluigi Martini
Nicola Larini
Olivier Berretta
Philippe Alliot


Test/Reserve driver: Philippe Alliot (willing to offer him the second seat at French Grand Prix if Peugeot comes onboard)
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Owner : Shawn
Team : Sauber

Driver 1 :
1 - Heinz-Harald Frentzen
2 - Rubens Barrichello
3 - Mika Salo
4 - Olivier Panis

Driver 2
1 - Heinz-Harald Frentzen
2 - Karl Wendlinger
3 - Gil de Ferran
4 - Mika Salo
5 - Rickard Rydell
6 - Tom Kristensen
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Not that a team is becoming available any time soon, I'd like to go on any waiting list
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Team: Tyrrell
User: TomWazzleshaw

Driver 1:
Christian Fittipaldi
Luca Badoer
Olivier Panis
David Coulthard
Ukyo Katayama

Driver 2:
Didier Artzet
Luca Badoer
Olivier Panis
David Coulthard
Ukyo Katayama

Engine 1:
Peugeot (On the condition Artzet can be the nominated driver in lieu of Alliot)
Yamaha
Hart
Ford-Cosworth (1993)
Ilmor
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Full team line-ups can be seen here. The season itself will begin shortly.
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Brazilian Grand Prix
Qualifying
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Race
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DOTR: Johnny Herbert - winning on debut for Williams is a good way to start the year
ROTR: Larrousse - they were absolutely nowhere

Qualifying saw Arrows lock out the front row - home hero Rubens Barrichello being on front in his first race for the team. The Brazilian got a smooth start although Schumacher seemed to falter and get stuck further back. Into Turn 4 however Johnny Herbert managed to overtake Barrichello and Rubens was unable to respond. Schumacher clawed his way back up front - getting past Christopherson then sweeping past Barrichello and engaged Herbert in a battle for the lead - seemingly getting the upper hand.

Unfortunately, Schumacher's race would be tarnished by his utterly careless exiting of the pits after his first stop - not paying enough attention, the German launched the McLaren of Jérémy-Étienne Voeckler into the wall on the other side at 140mph. Voeckler required hospital attention but it appears he will recover in time for the Pacific Grand Prix.

After the pitstop phase, Barrichello was left in fourth - Schumacher meanwhile was beginning to pull away from Herbert until he ran into trouble - while lapping the Oreca of Neil McEwan, Schumacher collided into him - putting the pair of them out of the race. Michael was utterly furious and began gesticulating furiously - the marshals had to restrain him from hitting the Brit.

This therefore gave Herbert a free run at victory which he took easily, leading a Williams 1-2. Barrichello was a quiet third and behind him Berger, Voeckler (the Ferrari driver that is) and Wendlinger rounded out the points positions. Oreca's chance of their first points in three years was ruined by an impatient German.
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Pacific Grand Prix
Qualifying
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Race
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DOTR: Sauber - 3rd and 4th is an excellent result
ROTR: Johnny Herbert/Jack Christopherson - their recklessness and ultimate collision has ultimately cost the team ground to Arrows

This race was ultimately about one man - Michael Schumacher. The German took pole position, led every lap of the race, set the fastest lap and won. A dominant victory if ever one had been seen. Teammate Barrichello was a distant second with Heinz-Harald Frentzen in third scoring a sensational podium for Sauber. Karl Wendlinger in fourth made it an even better afternoon for Hinwil, especially given they had beaten the McLaren of Gerhard Berger in fifth. Martin Donnelly was sixth for Jordan, putting them on the board.

The biggest talk of the Pacific paddock was of the two Williams drivers - Herbert and Christopherson crashed into each other and ended up catching Jérémy-Étienne Voeckler up in a three-way. They simply did not yield towards one another and took each other out of the race. Embarrassing.
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Motorsport Magazine wrote:1994 has a whole new pecking order

*snip*

One narrative that is forming further down the grid is that of Footwork Team Oreca establishing themselves as the leading French team on the grid. Although they have so far recorded only one classified finish (a respectable 9th place for Fushida at Interlagos), the team's qualifying pace has been strong and hugely improved from their 1993 form. Team principal Hugues de Chaunac credits driver Neil McEwan with a lot of the improvement.

"Honestly, the amount of work he's put in over the last 18 months to get us to this point is truly remarkable. If it had been possible, I'm sure he'd have been at Magny-Cours eight days a week to test the car. He might not have points in the bag yet, but it's only a matter of time before he gets that result. Our pace has been even better than we could have imagined."

When pressed about rumours that he might be approaching faster drivers to take Fushida's seat, M. de Chaunac refused to be drawn, saying that "Kazuki is a valued member of our team, and he knows that."
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San Marino Grand Prix
Qualifying
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Race
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ROTR and DOTR have not been awarded at this event.

Autosport on 30th April 1994 wrote:Schneider killed during qualifying

It is with great tragedy that we announce the death of Bernd Schneider, who perished during qualifying for the Gran Premio di San Marino. The Simtek S941 suffered a front wing failure at the Villeneuve corner and collided with the wall at around 200mph. Mr Schneider was airlifted to hospital but despite the best efforts of the medical team on site, he unfortunately died of extensive head trauma. He was 29 years old.


Autosport on 30th April 1994 wrote:Herbert perishes during race

It is with the ultimate level of sadness that we announce the 1994 Gran Premio di San Marino has claimed the life of a second driver - Briton Johnny Herbert. On Lap 6, his Williams car suffered a mechanical problem and veered into the wall at the fast Tamburello corner at around 190mph and burst into flames. Despite the efforts of the medical team, the circuit marshals were ill-equipped to tackle the blaze - the Italian organisers seemingly forgetting to hand them functional fire extinguishers. After a lengthy period of time, the Brit was extracted from the car and airlifted to hospital where he was pronounced dead of a mixture of third degree burns and asphyxiation from smoke inhalation. He was 29 years old.


Williams and Simtek have the option of withdrawing cars no. #26 and #32 for the Monaco Grand Prix as a result, if they so wish.
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Gérard Larrousse wrote:Everyone at Larrousse sends our condolences to the Herbert and Schneider families following this disastrous weekend for Formula One. In honour of our former driver, Larrousse will highlight Anglo-French unity by running a Union Jack on our airboxes for the rest of the season.


Autosport wrote:Outcry over Pacific Sponsorship

Following Formula One's darkest weekend, critics have lined up to decry Pacific Grand Prix's title sponsorship of Death Cigarettes. "It's an affront to common decency" said eponymous Larrousse team boss Gérard Larrousse. "we all need money to survive in this sport but to mock the dead so brazenly is outrageous. Keith Wiggins should do the right thing immediately."
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Footwork Team Oreca statement wrote:As a individuals, as teams and as a sport, we mourn the losses of both Bernd Schneider and Johnny Herbert. They were two of the best drivers on every track they ever went out on, in any car they happened to drive. That both have been taken from us so tragically and senselessly is almost too much to comprehent.

This is truly the blackest weekend our sport has ever had. We must make immediate changes so that nobody goes out on another Formula One racetrack and fails to come back ever again.

Nobody was really thinking about Mika's points at the end of the race - we were just relieved to get him back in the garage in one piece.
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Simtek Team Statement wrote:We are deeply saddened by the loss of Bernd Schneider, but as is in Motorsports blood, the show must go on, the team are currently in negotiations with several drivers for the replacement role and we should have a confirmation before the Monaco GP of who will drive #32 for the remainder of the season. We are also deeply saddened at the loss of Johnny Herbert.
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Williams Press Statement wrote:[Emotional statement full of compassion which is something humans are supposed to have.]

Williams will leave the #26 car unoccupied for the Monaco Grand Prix as a sign of respect towards our fallen driver. After that, our test driver Tom Kristensen will take the car at rounds that don't collide with his commitments in the Japanese Touring Car Championship. The driver of the #26 car for the rounds affected (French and Portugese Grand Prix) will be announced at a later date.
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Simtek Team Statement wrote:For the following rounds this season, after Monaco, Pedro Lamy will be taking over the 32 car for the remainder of the season, while the 32 will be withdrawn from Monaco, meaning we will e putting all our focus on Van De Poele.
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Pacific Grand Prix Team Statement wrote:In light of the recent tragedies which have befallen our sport, Death Cigarettes and Pacific Grand Prix have agreed to mutually part ways.
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