1995 Formula One season

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The Formula 1 1995 season was the 46th FIA Formula 1 World Championship. She was discharged through 17 races in the period from 26 March 1995 to 12 November 1995. Michael Schumacher won the Benetton for the second consecutive drivers' world championship with 33 points ahead of Damon Hill in the Williams. Benetton -Renault became the first and only time constructors' world championship with 25 points ahead of Williams -Renault, thus ending the 11-year dominance of Williams and McLaren.

  • 4.1 Drivers' Championship
  • 4.2 Constructors' Championship

Teams and Drivers

Race Calendar

Race Reports

Grand Prix of Brazil

Grand Prix of Argentina

Grand Prix of San Marino

Grand Prix of Spain

Grand Prix of Monaco

Grand Prix of Canada

Grand Prix of France

Grand Prix of Great Britain

Grand Prix of Germany

Grand Prix of Hungary

Grand Prix of Belgium

Grand Prix of Italy

Grand Prix of Portugal

Grand Prix of Europe

Grand Prix of the Pacific

Grand Prix of Japan

Grand Prix of Australia

World Cup ratings

World Champion will be the one driver or designer who has accumulated up to the end of the season the most points in the World Cup. The distribution of points, the placings in the overall result of the competition in all races are considered. The six top-ranked riders in each race will receive points according to the following scheme:

Drivers' championship

Constructors' Championship

1 Because of the tank affair at the Grand Prix of Brazil (use non-compliant fuel ), the teams Benetton and Williams got their ten and six points from this race deprived

News in brief Formula 1

  • Michael Schumacher won nine victories in the year 1995. Thus he set the record performance of Britain's Nigel Mansell, the 1992 was also able to win nine times in one season a race. Schumacher in 1995, however, a race longer available.
  • The race at Spa was able to win in extremely adverse weather conditions Michael Schumacher from 16th place out.
  • After numerous failures Damon Hill triumphed in Australia by two laps. A two -lap margin of victory had it once before in the history of the Formula 1 sport, as Jackie Stewart in 1969 in Barcelona New Zealander Bruce McLaren distanced.
  • Three races before finishing the championship in the Pacific GP in Aida, Michael Schumacher secured his second world title.
  • The constructors title Benetton won a race later at the Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka.
  • In the final training of GPs in Australia Adelaide Mika Hakkinen slammed into a tire wall and was seriously injured. With a Tracheotomy the doctors could save the life of him eventually.