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The McLaren MP4/9 was the car used by the McLaren-Peugeot team for the 1994 season. The car was raced by Mika Häkkinen, Martin Brundle and Philippe Alliot.

The MP4/9 proved to be unsuccessful, with the reliability problems hampering the team due to the Peugeot A4 engine. It was replaced by the Peugeot A6 after a few rounds. In late 1994, McLaren cut their partnership with Peugeot and signed a long-term deal with Mercedes.

The team came fourth in the championship with the car, helped by a string of podiums by Häkkinen in the second half of the season.

Design TeamEdit

Position Name
Team principal Ron Dennis
Chief Executive Officer of Peugeot Sport Phillipe Varin
Director of Operations for Peugeot Sport Jean-Pierre Boudy
Operations manager Martin Whitmarsh
Team manager Dave Ryan
Chief engineer Tim Goss
Chief designer Neil Oatley
Head of aerodynamics Henri Durand
Chief race engineer Gary Savage
Race engineer to Mika Häkkinen Steve Hallam
Race engineer to Martin Brundle Giorgio Ascanelli

ResultsEdit

Round Race Driver Grid Race
1 Brazilian Grand Prix Mika Häkkinen 8th Ret
Martin Brundle 18th Ret
2 Pacific Grand Prix Mika Häkkinen 4th Ret
Martin Brundle 6th Ret
3 San Marino Grand Prix Mika Häkkinen 8th 3rd
Martin Brundle 13th 8th
4 Monaco Grand Prix Mika Häkkinen 2nd Ret
Martin Brundle 8th 2nd
5 Spanish Grand Prix Mika Häkkinen 3rd Ret
Martin Brundle 8th 11th
6 Canadian Grand Prix Mika Häkkinen 7th Ret
Martin Brundle 12th Ret
7 French Grand Prix Mika Häkkinen 9th Ret
Martin Brundle 12th Ret
8 British Grand Prix Mika Häkkinen 5th 3rd
Martin Brundle 9th Ret
9 German Grand Prix Mika Häkkinen 8th Ret
Martin Brundle 14th Ret
10 Hungarian Grand Prix Philippe Alliot 14th Ret
Martin Brundle 6th 4th
11 Belgium Grand Prix Mika Häkkinen 8th 2nd
Martin Brundle 13th Ret
12 Italian Grand Prix Mika Häkkinen 7th 3rd
Martin Brundle 15th 5th
13 Portuguese Grand Prix Mika Häkkinen 4th 3rd
Martin Brundle 7th 6th
14 European Grand Prix Mika Häkkinen 9th 3rd
Martin Brundle 15th Ret
15 Japanese Grand Prix Mika Häkkinen 8th 7th
Martin Brundle 9th Ret
16 Australian Grand Prix Mika Häkkinen 4th 12th
Martin Brundle 9th 3rd

NotesEdit

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Bruce McLaren
Notable Personnel
Éric Boullier · Ron Dennis · Tim Goss · Jonathan Neale · Neil Oakley · Peter Prodromou
Former Notable Personnel
John Barnard · Gordon Coppuck · Pat Fry · Norbert Haug · Robin Herd · Paddy Lowe · Neil Martin · Teddy Mayer · Sam Michael · Gordon Murray · Adrian Newey · Steve Nichols · Jo Ramirez · Nicholas Tombazis · Martin Whitmarsh
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2. Belgium Stoffel Vandoorne · 14. Spain Fernando Alonso
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Full results
V T E 1994 Formula One Season
Teams Williams • Tyrrell • Benetton • McLaren • Footwork • Lotus • Jordan • Larrousse • Minardi • Ligier • Ferrari • Sauber • Simtek • Pacific
Engines Ferrari • Ford • Hart • Ilmor • Mercedes • Mugen-Honda • Peugeot • Renault • Yamaha
Drivers Hill • 2 Senna • 2 Coulthard • 2 Mansell • 3 Katayama • 4 Blundell • 5 Schumacher • 5/6 Lehto • 6 Verstappen • 6 Herbert • 7 Häkkinen • 7 Alliot • 8 Brundle • 9 Fittipaldi • 10 Morbidelli • 11 Lamy • 11/12 Zanardi • 11 Adams • 11 Bernard • 11 Salo • 12 Herbert • 14 Barrichello • 15 Irvine • 15 Suzuki • 15 De Cesaris • 19 Beretta • 19 Alliot • 19 Dalmas • 19 Noda • 20 Comas • 20 Délétraz • 23 Martini • 24 Alboreto • 25 Bernard • 25 Herbert • 25 Lagorce • 26 Panis • 27 Alesi • 27 Larini • 28 Berger • 29 Wendlinger • 29 De Cesaris • 29 Lehto • 30 Frentzen • 31 Brabham • 32 Ratzenberger • 32 Montermini • 32 Gounon • 32 Schiattarella • 32 Inoue • 33 Belmondo • 34 Gachot
Other Drivers Magnussen • McNish
Cars Williams FW16 • Benetton B194 • Ferrari 412T1 • McLaren MP4/9 • Jordan 194 • Ligier JS39B • Tyrrell 022 • Sauber C13 • Footwork FA15 • Minardi M193B • Minardi M194 • Larrousse LH94 • Lotus 107C • Lotus 109 • Simtek S941 • Pacific PR01
Tyres Goodyear
Races Brazil • Pacific • San Marino • Monaco • Spain • Canada • France • Britain • Germany • Hungary • Belgium • Italy • Portugal • Europe • Japan • Australia
See also 1993 Formula One Season • 1995 Formula One Season • Category

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