San marino gp
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Michael Schumacher , driving for Benetton , won the race despite contact with Damon Hill who dropped to the back of the field and battled back to finish sixth.
Nicola Larini , driving for Ferrari , scored the first points of his career when he achieved a podium finish in second position.
Mika Häkkinen finished third in a McLaren. The race led to an increased emphasis on safety in the sport as well as the reforming of the Grand Prix Drivers' Association after a year hiatus, and the changing of many track layouts and car designs.
Since the race, numerous regulation changes have been made to slow Formula One cars down and new circuits incorporate large run-off areas to slow cars before they collide with a wall.
Italian prosecutors charged six people with manslaughter in connection with Senna's death , all of whom were later acquitted.
The case took more than 11 years to conclude due to an appeal and a retrial following the original verdict of not guilty.
As a result of increased standards in safety following this race, there was a year gap between the deaths of Ratzenberger and Senna, and the crash of Jules Bianchi at the Japanese Grand Prix which led to his death the following year.
Heading into the third round of the season, Benetton driver Michael Schumacher was leading the World Drivers' Championship with 20 points; Jordan driver Rubens Barrichello was second on seven points, 13 points behind Schumacher.
Berger's teammate Jean Alesi was fifth on four points. There were two driver changes heading into the race. JJ Lehto replaced Jos Verstappen at Benetton, the latter having replaced Lehto for the opening two races of the season due to an injury sustained by Lehto in pre-season testing.
Aguri Suzuki was replaced with Andrea de Cesaris at Jordan. His car rolled several times after landing before coming to rest upside down.
Medical teams treated him at the crash site, and he was taken to the circuit's medical centre before being transferred to Maggiore Hospital in Bologna by helicopter for routine tests and observation to be carried out.
Despite a spin, Senna was the fastest driver at the end of Friday's session with a time of 1: Senna's teammate Damon Hill was seventh, having spun himself, over 1.
Twenty minutes into the final qualifying session, Austrian driver Roland Ratzenberger failed to negotiate the Villeneuve curva in his Simtek ; he subsequently hit the opposing concrete barrier wall almost head-on and was critically injured.
Although the survival cell remained largely intact, the force of the impact inflicted a basal skull fracture. Ratzenberger, in his first season as a Formula One driver, had run over a kerb at the Acque Minerali chicane on his previous lap, the impact of which is believed to have damaged his front wing.
Rather than return to the pitlane, he continued on another fast lap. The session was stopped while doctors attended to Ratzenberger.
After initially being taken by ambulance to the on-circuit medical centre, he was airlifted to Maggiore Hospital shortly after, the second driver to be admitted there during the weekend.
You have been world champion three times, you are obviously the quickest driver. Give it up and let's go fishing. I cannot quit, I have to go on.
Senna had qualified on pole position , having not set a lap time following Ratzenberger's death. Damon Hill was able to improve on his disastrous Friday session before the red flag, improving his time by one second and qualifying fourth as a result.
A time posted by Ratzenberger before his fatal crash would have been sufficient for entry into the race starting from the 26th and final position on the grid; Paul Belmondo and Barrichello did not qualify.
The race took place in the afternoon from At the start of the race, J. Lehto stalled his Benetton on the grid.
Pedro Lamy , starting from further back on the grid, had his view of the stationary Benetton blocked by other cars and hit the back of Lehto's car, causing bodywork and tyres to fly into the air.
Parts of the car went over the safety fencing designed to protect spectators at the startline causing minor injuries to nine people.
The incident between Lehto and Lamy caused the safety car to be deployed, with all the remaining competitors holding position behind it while travelling at a reduced speed.
At the drivers' briefing before the race, Senna, along with Gerhard Berger , had expressed concern that the safety car itself only reintroduced in Formula One in and only the third time used since then, the other occurrences being the Brazilian Grand Prix and the British Grand Prix did not go fast enough to keep tyre temperatures high.
Once the track was reported clear of debris, the safety car was withdrawn and the race restarted on lap five. Jonathan Palmer , commentating alongside Murray Walker for the BBC , remarked how quick Schumacher was, as his time in the warm-up session on Sunday morning gave rise to speculation that he was going to make one pit stop and, therefore, race with a heavier car than Senna, who was planning to make two, as was conventional.
When a race is stopped under a red flag, cars must slow down and make their way back to the pit lane or starting grid unless notified of a restart.
This protects race marshals and medical staff at the crash scene, and allows easier access for medical cars to the incident. The pictures shown on the world feed supplied by host broadcaster RAI of Senna being treated were considered by the BBC the corporation responsible for broadcasting the San Marino Grand Prix to viewers in the United Kingdom to be too graphic, disturbing and upsetting for general viewing at the time around Referring to the number of times the incident was replayed on the world feed, Ferrari team principal Jean Todt stated that "even if you didn't want to watch it, you could barely fail to".
Medical teams continued to treat him during the flight. Thirty-seven minutes after the crash, at 2: Regulations meant that the original sixth lap would be deleted and the race would be restarted from the beginning of said lap.
The first five laps would be added to the second part of the race and the overall result would be decided on aggregate.
The race ran to a total of 58 laps, five from the first section and 53 from the second section. On the second formation lap, Heinz-Harald Frentzen stalled his Sauber whilst attempting to leave the grid and was forced to start from the pitlane.
Villeneuve was irate at what he saw as Pironi's betrayal, although opinion inside the Ferrari team was split over the true meaning of the order to slow down.
Villeneuve's expression was sullen on the podium, enraged by Pironi's actions. He was quoted afterwards as saying, "I'll never speak to Pironi again in my life.
Brazilian Ayrton Senna lead much of the race; but Ferrari driver Stefan Johansson had started in 15th place, and was quickly making up places in only his second drive for the Prancing Horse; he passed Senna at the end of Lap 61 and took the lead.
It was another notable event which saw Austrian Gerhard Berger crash heavily while going straight on at Tamburello; he was knocked unconscious and the car, after coming to rest and being soaked with fuel, burst into flames.
The Austrian survived this crash, and only received burns to his hands and missed the next race, the Monaco Grand Prix. The race was red-flagged and restarted, generating one of the most famous and acrimonious rivalries in sports history.
McLaren teammates Prost and Senna made an agreement that whoever got to the slow, long Tosa corner first would stay in front. But as the two teammates started, Prost got the better start and led going into Tamburello.
However, Senna got alongside Prost going through the flat-out Villeneuve right-hander and passed the Frenchman into Tosa.
Prost was furious, as he saw this as a broken agreement. He followed and attempted to pass Senna on many occasions, eventually going off at the Variante Bassa chicane.
Senna won the race, Prost finished second. In pole-sitter Senna suffered a puncture on the third lap; leaving Nigel Mansell and Berger to battle hard for the lead.
Mansell did a full degree spin on the straight between Tamburello and Villeneuve after Berger forced the Englishman onto the grass; Mansell kept the Ferrari on the road; but because of this spin the V12 engine got grass in it and failed soon after.
Riccardo Patrese won the race in a Williams, followed by Berger, who had wrecked his tyres and couldn't keep Patrese from passing him.
The was a rain-soaked event, and Prost spun off on the grass at Rivazza on the parade lap, stalling the engine. The event is considered to be the blackest weekend in the history of the sport since the Belgian Grand Prix and it was to mark a watershed of developments to make the sport safer.
It was marred by several accidents and two driver deaths over the weekend. On the Friday, during practice, Jordan driver Rubens Barrichello suffered a severe concussion in a collision at the Variante Bassa chicane in which he decelerated violently, went off the banked curbing and into the fence protecting the crowd from the circuit.
The young Brazilian was knocked unconscious for a few minutes. Then finally, on race day, Benetton driver JJ Lehto and Lotus driver Pedro Lamy collided at the start, with debris flying over the fences injuring eight spectators.
Then, on Lap 7, Williams driver Ayrton Senna after a possible mechanical issue with his car, ran off course at the high-speed Tamburello corner while attempting to stop and crashed hard into a retaining wall next to the river flowing by the track.
Although the accident looked heavy but seemed survivable, a piece of suspension and the right front wheel came off, these items both hit and pierced Senna's helmet at extremely high speeds and caused critical head injuries; the triple-world champion Brazilian died from his injuries at a hospital in Bologna hours later.
Later in the race, a wheel from Michele Alboreto's Minardi came off while he was exiting the pitlane; it hit and injured 4 mechanics from Ferrari and Lotus.
German Michael Schumacher won the race, with Ferrari temporary replacement Nicola Larini finishing second, but there were no celebrations at all.
San marino gp -Sieg dem am Vortag verstorbenen Roland Ratzenberger zu widmen. Mit dem dritten Platz war Schrötter aber mehr als zufrieden. Statt in die Boxengasse zurückzukehren, startete er erneut eine schnelle Runde. Nach konstant starken Leistung-. Die adrivo Sportpresse GmbH sucht in Festanstellung: Vor Beginn des Rennens gab es zudem eine Schweigeminute. Senna hatte beabsichtigt, seinen
Ukyo Katayama finished fifth for Tyrrell and Hill was able to battle back to finish sixth, the last of the points-scorers.
Michael Schumacher won the race ahead of Larini and Häkkinen, giving him a maximum 30 points after 3 rounds of the Formula One season.
It was the only podium finish of Larini's career, and the first of just two occasions when he scored world championship points. Karl Wendlinger rode back to the pits on Häkkinen's McLaren after Wendlinger's car broke down on the slowing-down lap.
At the podium ceremony, out of respect for Roland Ratzenberger, who had died the day before, no champagne was sprayed. In the press conference following the race, Schumacher said that he "couldn't feel satisfied, couldn't feel happy" with his win following the events that had occurred during the race weekend.
Two hours and 20 minutes after Schumacher crossed the finish line, at 6: Maria Teresa Fiandri announced that Ayrton Senna had died. The official time of death was given, however, as 2: Approximately , people lined the streets to watch the coffin pass.
I thought it was important that somebody went to his. The Imola layout, which had been in place since ,  was never again used for a Formula One race.
The circuit was heavily modified following the race, including a change at Tamburello—also the scene of major accidents for Gerhard Berger and Nelson Piquet —from a high speed corner to a much slower chicane.
The FIA also changed the regulations governing Formula One car design, to the extent that the regulations required all teams to create completely new designs, as their cars could not be adapted to them.
The GPDA, which was founded in , had previously disbanded in The primary purpose of it reforming was to allow drivers to discuss safety issues with a view to improve standards following the incidents at Imola.
The front two grid slots at the Monaco Grand Prix that year, which were painted with Brazilian and Austrian flags, were left clear in memory of the two drivers who had lost their lives, while both Williams and Simtek entered only one car each.
Additionally, a minute of silence was observed before the race. The HANS device was first released in and was designed to restrain the head and neck in the event of an accident to avoid basal skull fracture, the injury which killed Ratzenberger.
Initial tests proved successful, and at the San Marino Grand Prix the final report was released which concluded that the HANS should be recommended for use.
Its use was made compulsory from the start of the season. Senna was the last driver for twenty years to die in a Formula One accident, until the death of Jules Bianchi in from injuries sustained at the Japanese Grand Prix.
Italian prosecutors brought legal proceedings against six people in connection with Senna's death. Following the court's decision, an appeal was lodged by the state prosecutor against Patrick Head and Adrian Newey.
On 22 November , the appeal absolved Head and Newey of all charges, stating that no new evidence had come to light there was missing data from the black box recorder on Senna's car due to damage, and 1.
On 27 May , Newey was acquitted of all charges while Head's case was "timed out" under a statute of limitations. This failure was caused by badly designed and badly executed modifications.
The responsibility of this falls on Patrick Head, culpable of omitted control". Even being found responsible for Senna's accident, Patrick Head was not arrested, as the verdict was delivered past the Italian statute of limitation for manslaughter.
Liverpool Data Research Associates LDRA were called in to investigate allegations of cheating using banned driving aids, such as traction control and launch control , both prohibited at the start of the year.
The top three cars of Michael Schumacher , Nicola Larini and Mika Häkkinen were investigated and their teams were asked to surrender their systems' source code to the company.
Benetton sent an alternative suggestion to the company on 10 May , accepted by LDRA five days later.
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