Ayrton Senna wins his second Grand Prix, the 1985 Belgian Grand Prix, in a Lotus 97T. The race was held three months after it was supposed to be held. This was also the first of Mr. Sennas five wins at Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps.
Jacques Laffite leads teammate Patrick Depailler of Equipe Ligier the race throughout during the 1979 Brazilian Grand Prix, never being further back than first. He smashed the 1975 pole position record by seven seconds due to the new ground effect of the Ligier JS11, sat the fast lap and won one of his six Grands Prix wins.
Nigel Mansell ranks up his 31st and last Formula One victory, winning the 1994 Australian Grand Prix at the Adelaide Street Circuit in the Williams FW16B from pole. The race is more famous for the title battle between Damon Hill and Michael Schumacher, who went in to this last race of the season with 91 and 92 points. They collided on lap 35, leading both to retire and the title going to Mr. Schumacher.