INDIANAPOLIS 500 1994 FULL RACE
Sunday, May 29, 1994
with the great race legend Nigel Mansell
2 dvd set
Historical race with multiple stunning crashes
RUNNING TIME APPROX more then 3 HOURS
Stunning good footage + sound quality
With the original American live commentary and no commercials breaks !
legend Emerson Fittipaldi dominated the whole stunning race, Al Unser
Jr. took the checkered flag after Emerson hit the wall hard and Roger
Penske's power play turned into another Sunday drive for the best team
at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
The following 33 brave drivers appears at this great race: Al
Unser jr., Jacques Villeneuve, Bobby Rahal, Jimmy Vasser, Robby Gordon,
Michael Andretti, Teo Fabi, Eddie Cheever, Bryan Herta, John Andretti,
Mauricio Gugelmin, Brian Till, Stan Fox, Hiro Matsushita, Stefan
Johansson, Scott Sharp, Emerson Fittipaldi, Arie Luyendyk, Lyn St.
James, Scott Brayton, Raul Boesel. Nigel Mansell, Paul Tracy, Hideshi
Matsuda, John Paul Jr., Dennis Vitolo, Marco Greco, Adrian Fernandez, Dominic Dobson, Scott Goodyear, Mike Groff, Mario Andretti and Roberto Guerrero.
1994 Indianapolis 500
The 78th Indianapolis 500 was held at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Sunday, May 29, 1994. Al Unser, Jr. won from the pole position, his second Indy 500 victory. Much to the surprise of competitors, media, and fans, Marlboro Team Penske arrived at the Speedway with a brand new, secretly-built 209 in³ (3.42 L) displacement Mercedes-Benz pushrod engine, which was capable of a reported 1,000 horsepower (750 kW). Despite reliability issues with the engine and handling difficulties with the chassis, the three-car Penske team (Unser, Emerson Fittipaldi and Paul Tracy) dominated most of the month, and nearly the entire race.
On lap 185, while leading his teammate Unser by almost a full lap, Fittipaldi tagged the wall in turn 4, allowing Unser to cruise to victory.
The race marked the final Indy 500 for Mario Andretti, who retired after the 1994 season. Indy veterans Al Unser, Sr. and Johnny Rutherford also retired in the days leading up the race.