- 1993 Brazilian Grand Prix
The 1993 Brazilian Grand Prix was a
Formula Onemotor race held at Interlagos on March 28, 1993. It was the second round of the 1993 Formula One season.
Pole position: Alain Prost - 1:15.866
Fastest lap: Michael Schumacher - 1:20.024 on lap 61
*This race saw the first modern-day use of the
pace carin Formula One, after Aguri Suzukiand Ukyo Katayamacrashed on start/finish line in a separate incidents. Few moments later, race leader Alain Prosthit the spinning car of Christian Fittipaldi, leaving the track strewn with wreckage. Prost's team-mate Damon Hilltherefore lost a big lead, and was passed by Ayrton Sennashortly after the restart. The race still saw Damon's first points and podium.
*The race saw
Alessandro Zanardi's only Formula One World Championship point, and the last time both Lotus cars scored points in a race.
*This was the last time a Brazilian driver would win the Brazilian Grand Prix until
Felipe Massawould win it in 2006 for Ferrari. Rubens Barrichello would be competitive in this race multiple times throughout his career but never won this race despite his six years with the Italian team.
*This was the 100th Grand Prix win for the
*cite web | title = The Official Formula 1 website | url = http://www.formula1.com/results/season/1993/85/ | accessdate = 2007-09-01
*cite book| last = Henry | first = Alan | authorlink = Alan Henry | title =
AUTOCOURSE1993-94 | publisher = Hazleton Publishing | date = 1993 | isbn = 1-874557-15-2
F1 race report
Brazilian Grand Prix| Year_of_race = 1993
1993 South African Grand Prix
1993 European Grand Prix
1992 Brazilian Grand Prix
1994 Brazilian Grand Prix
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