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1995 Japanese Grand Prix appeared on Portal:Formula One as F1 Selected Article for 24 June.
I missed the initial discussion on this, but here's what the Autocourse report has to say: "Even before this [the first-corner accident], Moreno's Forti had been pushed back into the pits with a malfunctioning gearbox sensor. Roberto started from the pit lane but, with the system running no better, came in to retire after a single lap." (p. 218) On the results page he is listed as a retirement with one lap completed. My guess would be that the TV coverage showed the car being wheeled into the garage before it was sent out again.--Diniz(talk) 17:03, 10 April 2009 (UTC)
Correct. See 08:40 here. I've added the Autocourse ref as well. Thanks for cross-checking with the book for us. ;) D.M.N. (talk) 21:09, 10 April 2009 (UTC)