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Gerhard Berger finished third in the Drivers ' Championship, and Scuderia Ferrari | Ferrari were runners-up in the Constructors ' Championship, but both were a long way behind McLaren and its drivers.
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On 1 May 1994, during the customary drivers ' briefing, the remaining drivers agreed to the reformation of the Grand Prix Drivers ' Association, with Senna, Gerhard Berger and Michael Schumacher as its first directors.
Schumacher could have lapped second placed Gerhard Berger in the last third of the race, but chose not to.
Gerhard Berger ( born 27 August 1959 ) is an Austrian former Formula One racing driver, who previously owned 50 % of the Scuderia Toro Rosso Formula One team until he sold his share back to energy drink owner Dietrich Mateschitz in November 2008.
Button was heavily hyped before his first race: former driver Gerhard Berger described him as a " phenomenon "; the head of his karting team, Paul Lemmens, compared him to Ayrton Senna ; and Williams ' technical director Patrick Head said he was " remarkably mature and definitely a star of the future ".
In 1994, barely a year after Jean Todt took up the challenge, Gerhard Berger won the German Grand Prix ( Ferrari ’ s first win in 4 years ).
Gerhard Berger won the last 2 races of the season followed by a lucky victory at the Italian Grand Prix in September 1988 in a season of total domination by McLaren, whose MP4 / 4 had been designed by Steve Nichols, his former colleague, and Gordon Murray.
For Frenchman Alain Prost was signed in an effective swap, sending Ferrari favourite Gerhard Berger to McLaren.
From his UK office Barnard began work on the 412T1B which ultimately returned Ferrari to the top of the podium at the hands of old team favourite Gerhard Berger.
Towards the end of his career Arnoux attracted some controversy ; he was frequently accused of blocking faster cars in qualifying and when being lapped, even taking off a number of cars as well, such as race leader Gerhard Berger at the 1988 Australian Grand Prix
He helped to save the lives of many drivers including Gerhard Berger, Martin Donnelly, Érik Comas, Mika Häkkinen, Rubens Barrichello and Karl Wendlinger.
Five years later with much improved organisation the race returned to Mexico City in 1986 where the raced played host to Gerhard Berger's first race win in his Benetton B186 in a race where an ill Berger outlasted his opposition as tyres problems struck most of the field.
At the start, Keke Rosberg and Ayrton Senna got to the Verriere Bends in their respective grid positions, followed by Nelson Piquet, who made an excellent start from 5th, Michele Alboreto, Elio de Angelis, Niki Lauda, Gerhard Berger and Alain Prost who made a poor start from 6th place.
A delayed Stefan Johansson finished fifth in his Ferrari ahead of Gerhard Berger in his Arrows ( Berger performed double duty during the weekend, also driving a BMW 635 CSi during the Group A touring car support races ).
Austrian Gerhard Berger scored his first front row start and the first for the BMW powered Benetton after being fastest in Friday qualifying.
At the green light, Gerhard Berger took the lead, but on lap 8 lost positions to first Mansell, Piquet and an on-form Alboreto in the Ferrari.
Prost won ahead of Piquet, his teammate Stefan Johansson, Gerhard Berger ( who battled for the whole race with handling problems of his Ferrari F1 / 87 ), Boutsen and Mansell, who caught the last point.
The second row was occupied by Teo Fabi in the Benetton B187 and Alain Prost's McLaren MP4 / 3 ; " home " team Ferrari took the whole third row with Michele Alboreto ahead of Gerhard Berger.
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At the 12 Hours of Sebring, Hans Herrmann / Gerhard Mitter finished fourth overall and won the class, as at the 1000 km of Monza.
Senna's Austrian team mate Gerhard Berger finished third, while further back Maurício Gugelmin scored a rare point for the Leyton House team in his Leyton House CG901.
Michael Schumacher ( Scuderia Ferrari | Ferrari Ferrari 310 | 310B ) finished second, behind Gerhard Berger.
Gerhard Berger of Scuderia Ferrari finished the season ranked third ( Pictured driving for McLaren ).
In his first race on the track since it was renamed after him, Piquet finished 3rd in the 1988 Brazilian Grand Prix driving a Lotus-Honda, finishing behind the McLaren-Honda of Alain Prost, and the Ferrari of Gerhard Berger.
Gerhard and third
This was the third " natural " example of a true statement that is unprovable in Peano arithmetic ( after Gerhard Gentzen's 1943 direct proof of the unprovability of ε < sub > 0 </ sub >- induction in Peano arithmetic and the Paris – Harrington theorem ).
In 1969 Gerhard Schröder ran for the Office of the Federal President ( supported by CDU and NPD ), but he was beaten by Gustav Heinemann, the nominee of the SPD ( supported by FDP ), at the third ballot with 49. 4 % to 48. 8 % of the votes of the Federal Assembly.
The French Green Party and the French left in general remain more attached to these distinctions, whereas in the German Green Party, the moderate Realo wing had already won over the hard-line Fundi wing, possible alliances with the Conservatives were no longer taboo, and third way policies under the center-left Gerhard Schröder government, such as Agenda 2010 and the Hartz I – IV laws, found considerable support.
Ayrton Senna took the third place in his Lotus 99T ahead of the two Ferrari F1 / 87s of Gerhard Berger and Michele Alboreto.
Gerhard Berger started from his third pole position of the year despite being ill during qualifying.
Ayrton Senna was in a class of his own being the only driver to get under 1: 24. 0 and finishing an astonishing 1. 4 seconds quicker than team mate and Monaco specialist Alain Prost and 2. 7 seconds faster than third placed Gerhard Berger in his Ferrari.
With Senna's Austrian team mate Gerhard Berger third, the podium was identical to that at the previous round.
The victory allowed Piquet to claim third spot in the drivers championship in a countback after equalling the 43 points of Gerhard Berger ( Piquet scored 2 wins compared to Berger who failed to win a race ).
Championship leader Ayrton Senna spun on Olivier Grouillard's oil on his final qualifying attempt and had to settle for third alongside Nigel Mansell in the second Williams, with the rest of the top ten starting spots occupied by Gerhard Berger, Jean Alesi, Nelson Piquet, Roberto Moreno, Maurício Gugelmin, and the impressive Gianni Morbidelli in a Minardi.
Riccardo Patrese was third, followed by Gerhard Berger, Alain Prost, Jean Alesi, Roberto Moreno, Nelson Piquet, Maurício Gugelmin, and Stefano Modena.
Gerhard Berger was third, followed by Riccardo Patrese, Alain Prost, Jean Alesi, Andrea de Cesaris, Nelson Piquet, Roberto Moreno, and Pierluigi Martini in the Minardi, taking full advantage of his Ferrari engine around the high speed circuit.
Patrese's misfortune promoted Prost to second, with Nigel Mansell third, Gerhard Berger fourth, Alesi fifth, and Nelson Piquet sixth while the sensation of qualifying, Schumacher, was an amazing seventh for his first Grand Prix.
Gerhard Berger was third, followed by Riccardo Patrese, Alain Prost, Jean Alesi, the impressive Schumacher, Nelson Piquet, in his 200th Grand Prix, Moreno, and Pierluigi Martini, in the Ferrari powered Minardi.
The sunny Estoril was a popular venue among the drivers and qualifying saw a bit of a role reversal with the top teams ' second drivers beating the championship contenders with Riccardo Patrese on pole alongside Gerhard Berger, with Ayrton Senna and Nigel Mansell third and fourth respectively.
The race was won by Ayrton Senna, with Nigel Mansell in second position, and Gerhard Berger's third place finish plus Senna's victory meant that the McLaren team clinched the Constructor's championship.
However as the race continued into lap 3 Gerhard Berger, unseen by the television cameras, ran wide which allowed Nigel Mansell to move up to second position, but rejoining in third.
Due to the changing weather conditions, the order was mixed, with the Ferraris of Jean Alesi and Gerhard Berger in first and third.
Schumacher was third in his Benetton, with the Ferrari drivers fourth and fifth, Gerhard Berger ahead of Jean Alesi.