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For the 1994 Formula One season McLaren entered a partnership with Peugeot as engine supplier for the Neil Oatley designed MP4/9. This is chassis number 4 which competed in all but three of the sixteen races that year. Its best finishes were second places for Martin Brundle in Monaco and Mikka Häkkinen in Belgium, Mclaren’s best results that season.
New regulations banned the use of traction control, active suspension and anti-lock braking systems. Re-fuelling pit stops became compulsory, adding to the excitement for television audiences.
The season was marred by the deaths of both Roland Ratzenberger and Ayrton Senna at the San Marino Grand Prix.
|Valves||4 per cylinder Double Overhead Cam|
|Maximum speed||Over 200mph|
|Price new||Not marketed|
|Loaned by||Private Owner|
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