The 1994 PPG Indy Car World Series season was the 16th national championship season of American open wheel racing sanctioned by CART. Galles racing ran by Rick Galles was among few teams in 1994 who use the brand new Reynard 94I; the company entering IndyCar racing as a first-time constructor. Galles driver that season was young 21-years old Adrian Fernandez. He proved his worth in Indy Lights by winning four races (in his one and only season), and looked to be Mexico’s next big star (the first since Hector Rebaque and Josele Garza). Fernandez ran his first full CART season in 1994 after five trial runs in 1993 (including 7th at Detroit). Young Mexican was stable runner and fast enough to get 5th place at Road America and 6th at Mid Ohio. He finished the season 13th.
|1994||PPG Indy Car World Series|
|Adrian Fernandez||7||Galles Racing|
|Reynard 94I||Ilmor||Tecate / Quaker State|