The Larrousse LH94 was the second car fully constructed by Larrousse, which had previously contracted Lola (from 1987 to 1991) and Fomet (in 1991) to build its cars. The car had a smaller fuel tank to take advantage of the reintroduction of refuelling pitstops in 1994 and was powered by Ford HB engine which replaced the Chrysler-funded Lamborghini V12s used in 1993. In 1994 Larrousse team got the sponsorship from the Belgian Alken-Maes brewery and the car therefore usually ran in a green Tourtel livery, although on occasion this was replaced by a red-and-white colour scheme to display its sister brand, Kronenbourg. The team started the season with French Erik Comas, who drove for Larrousse in 1993, and F1 newcomer Monegasque Olivier Beretta. Comas managed to score 2 points for his 6th place finishes in Pacific Grand prix held at Aida, Japan, and in German Grand Prix. Beretta, whose best finish was 7th in Germany, was dropped after Hungarian Grand Prix as his financial support ran out. His place then was shared between pay drivers Philippe Alliot, Yannick Dalmas, and Japanese Hideki Noda.
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