The 1994 PPG Indy Car World Series season was the 16th national championship season of American open wheel racing sanctioned by CART. Bobby Rahal, who had a brief touch with Formula One in 1978, was one of the most prominent Indycar drivers of all time. He raced in Indycars for 17 years (in 1982 – 1998) and was 3-times Indycar series champion (in 1986, 1987, and 1992), and 1986 Indianapolis 500 winner. Rahal with his partner Carl Hogan established his own Indycar team in 1992. The team was an immediate success in 1992, producing four wins for Rahal and his third CART championship, making him the last owner-driver to win the Indycar title. In 1994 the team brought the Honda engine into the CART series. Except for a second-place finish at Toronto, he and teammate Mike Groff struggled to show the full potential of an engine that would soon dominate the series. Bobby was 10th in the final standings with best finish in 2nd place (in Toronto). He also finished 3rd in Indy-500 switching to that particular race to Penske PC22 – Ilmor.
|1994||PPG Indy Car World Series|
|Bobby Rahal||4||Rahal-Hogan Racing|
|Lola T94/00||Honda||Miller Genuine Draft|