The B194 was the car that was driven by Michael Schumacher to his first World Championship title. It was designed by Ross Brown and Rory Byrne according new regulations introduced in 1994 which banned electronic driver aids that were in force in F1 over the previous seasons. Schumacher won eight races including six of the first seven Grand Prix and despite disqualification in Great Britain and Belgium finally secured the Championship after a controversial collision with Damon Hill at the final round in Adelaide. See also the model of this car by Onyx.
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