1993 Japanese Formula 3000 season
|1993 Japanese Formula 3000 season|
The 1993 Japanese Formula 3000 season was scheduled over 11 rounds and contested over 9 rounds. 22 different teams, 30 different drivers, 3 different chassis and 3 different engines competed.
|Race No||Track||Country||Date||Laps||Distance||Time||Speed||Winner||Pole Position||Fastest Race Lap|
|1||Suzuka||Japan||21 March 1993||35||5.864=205.241 km||1'04:11.297||191.849 km/h||Ross Cheever||Marco Apicella||Eddie Irvine|
|2||Fuji||Japan||11 April 1993||45||4.470=201.15 km||0'59:02.025||204.442 km/h||Kazuyoshi Hoshino||Takuya Kurosawa||Masahiko Kageyama|
|3||Mine||Japan||9 May 1993||50||3.239=161.8 km||1'24:52.084||114.389 km/h||Mauro Martini||Eddie Irvine||Naoki Hattori|
|4||Suzuka||Japan||23 May 1993||35||5.864=205.241 km||1'04:22.711||191.282 km/h||Eddie Irvine||Eddie Irvine||Marco Apicella|
|Autopolis||Japan||18 July 1993||cancelled|
|5||Sugo||Japan||1 August 1993||54||3.704=200.016 km||1'05:38.280||182.836 km/h||Marco Apicella||Eddie Irvine||Eddie Irvine|
|Fuji||Japan||15 August 1993||cancelled due to fog|
|6||Fuji||Japan||5 September 1993||45||4.470=201.15 km||0'59:44.294||202.031 km/h||Toshio Suzuki||Heinz-Harald Frentzen||Naoki Hattori|
|7||Suzuka||Japan||26 September 1993||35||5.864=205.241 km||1'04:46.558||190.108 km/h||Ross Cheever||Ross Cheever||Heinz-Harald Frentzen|
|8||Fuji||Japan||17 October 1993||44||4.470=196.68 km||0'58:05.324||203.151 km/h||Kazuyoshi Hoshino||Eddie Irvine||Heinz-Harald Frentzen|
|9||Suzuka||Japan||14 November 1993||35||5.864=205.241 km||1'04:40.839||190.389 km/h||Thomas Danielsson||Ross Cheever||Masahiko Kageyama|
The weekend in Fuji with the race cancelled on September, 5 saw only practice and qualification sections.
Final point standings
For every race points were awarded: 9 points to the winner, 6 for runner up, 4 for third place, 3 for fourth place, 2 for fifth place and 1 for sixth place. No additional points were awarded. The best 6 results count. One driver had a point deduction, which is given in ().
Kazuyoshi Hoshino became champion due to more wins.
|first column of every race||10||= grid position|
|second column of every race||10||= race result|
R=retired NS=did not start