Luciano Burti in the Stewart Racing Dallara 397/8.
Gian Paolo Dallara left the Milan Polytechnic in 1959 with an aeronautical engineering degree and went to work for Ferrari, during the next few years he also worked at Maserati and Lamborghini, at the latter he was responsible for the Miura. By the end of the sixties Dallara was working for De Tomaso on their short lived F1 and F2 projects and he also worked on the ISO-Marlboro F1 car run by Frank Williams. In 1975 Dallara decided it was time he set up his own company in his home town of Varano Melegari and he began by producing a sportscar, the X1-9, he then moved into competition work by developing racing versions of the Lancia Stratos and Beta Monte Carlo.
The first Dallara F3 car was actually the Wolf car built for Walter Wolf racing in 1978 which as the renamed Emiliani won the 1980 Italian F3 Championship. The first true Dallara was produced in 1981 and within a dozen years Dallara had seen of all-comers including Ralt and Reynard. Their dominance has continued since then and despite the occasional competition from companies like TOM's and Martini they seem immovable. In the late 1980's Dallara returned to F1 when they built cars for Scuderia Italia, despite often impressing the cars lacked sufficient financial backing to ever be really successful. In 1999 Dallara were commissioned by Honda to build a F1 car for a projected return to F1 but in the end Honda decided to remain as engine suppliers only.
Dallara has also continued to work with sportscars and hand a hand in the Le Mans Toyota GT-One and the 24 Hour winning Audi R8. Currently in addition to F3 cars Dallara are building cars for IRL and Infiniti Pro racing in the US and Formula Nissan in Europe.
Roberto Ravaglia in the "first" Dallara, the 381.

Following on from the Wolf F3 car (q.v. and see above), the first F3 car to bear the name Dallara was the 381. Perhaps not surprisingly the design was quite conventional with an aluminium monocoque and a standard suspension. The cars were rarely seen outside Italy were they gained a reputation for being very quick in a straight line. The works team were hampered by getting involved with the Pirelli tyre programme which slowed chassis development.
At the end of the season Roberto Ravaglia took fifth in the Italian Championship.
 
The 382 closely resembled the 381.
The 382 was a lightly revised version of the 381, there were changes to the suspension geometry to suit Pirelli tyres, the sidepods were reprofiled and the engine bay was strengthened. During the season the full-width nose was abandoned for one reminiscent of the Ralt RT3 and the car was renamed the 382B.
The 382 continued to show well in Italy where Cazzaniga scored Dallara's first F3 win at Varano but it continued to suffer on its European outings where, despite all the testing, it just wouldn't handle properly on the Pirelli's.
 
1983 saw further minor revisions for the 383 and the car raced almost exclusively in Italy, Livio took another win for Dallara at Varano in a 382-Alfa Romeo and finished second in the Italian Championship (although he switched a Ralt RT3 for the latter part of the year). Franco Forini steered his 383-Toyota to victory at Monza and took third in the Championship.
 
It was very little change again for the 384 and results were once again less than earth shattering. Franco Forini won one race in the Italian Championship with his works 382 and there were a couple of top six finishes, again for Forini, in the European Championship.
 
Franco Forini winning at Monza in his F385.

The profile of the 385 with its trademark Dallara sidepod design.
As with the other F3 manufacturers 1985 meant the introduction of a new car as the flat bottom regulations came into effect. The F385 was Dallara's first composite offering as the opportunity was taken to construct the new tub from carbon fibre. Suspension was via double wishbones with the springs and dampers pullrod operated. The sidepods were shallower than before with flat undersides and curved top sections, a feature that would become a Dallara trademark until the introduction of the F392.
The F385 would be the model that really put Dallara on the F3 map. Although still restricting their appearances to the Italian Championship Dallara won eleven out of fifteen events with Franco Forini, Alex Caffi and Fabrizio Barbazza finishing 1-2-3 in the final table although Caffi scored most of his points with a Martini. Caffi also won the European Cup, a one-off race that had replaced the old European Championship.
 
Marco Apicella leading in his F386.

Italian Champion Nicola Larini.

Despite the success of the F385 an entirely new model was offered for 1986, there was a new tub in carbon fibre/kevlar and aluminium honeycomb with general revisions to the rest of the design. The pullrod suspension and unusual sidepod shape were retained, the oil cooler sat in the left-hand pod with the water radiator in the right. Due to the lack of depth of the pods the water radiator was set at an almost horizontal angle.
In Italy the F386 swept the board, Nicola Larini won the title and Dallara finished 1-2-3 in the championship with all but three of the qualifying rounds falling to the cars. Following on from the success of the F385 for the first time a number of F386s appeared in other National Championships, Jean Alesi finished second in the French series whilst in Germany Hanspeter Kaufmann and Victor Rosso took second and third. Finally Gregor Foitek won the lesser Swiss Championship in his F386

 
Italian Champion Enrico Bertaggia's F387.

The rear of Mauro Martini's F387.
The F387 was largely the F386 with a years development behind it and following on from the successes of the F386 even more cars were sold to teams in France and Germany in addition to the plethora to be found in Italy. Surprisingly none of the UK based teams seemed to be prepared to take a chance on developing one to race on the UK spec Avon radials.
Once again Italy saw a 1-2-3 finish for Dallara with Enrico Bertaggia securing the top spot, the F387 winning nine out of the eleven races. In France Jean Alesi took the championship, he began the year in a works Martini but was unhappy with it. A one-off race in his old F386 that saw him win convinced him that a Dallara was needed and after a brief return to Martini Alesi bought a F387 and proceeded to win six races and secure the French crown. In Germany it was all about Bernd Schneider and the Horst Schubel run F387. Of the nine race German Championship Schneider took part in eight races and won seven of them easily winning the title.
 
The boxy lines of the F388.

The F388 continued the evolutionary process of the F387. The most obvious changes were an increase in length, a reduction in weight and the adoption of a Dallara designed gearbox casing that still used Hewland internals.
As usual in Italy it was nearly all Dallara, Emanuele Naspetti took the championship with the F388 taking first and second as well as eight of the top ten positions. France was a similar story, Eric Comas finished on top and the F388 took the top five places. Surprisingly, in view of the past two seasons results, the F388 did not feature in Germany with a best of sixth in the final placings.
 
Gianni Morbidelli in the F389 at Monaco.
Once again the F389 wasn't much different from the previous year's model but it had a reputation for being tricky to get the best out of it. As usual in Italy it was a popular choice and the F389 took eight out of the top eleven places although Reynard proved stiff competition with their 893 taking second and fourth behind Champion Gianni Morbidelli. In France it was second and third for the chassis behind the runaway winner, Jean-Marc Gounon's Reynard. In Germany it was Ralt and Reynard taking the honours with the F389 unable to do better than fifth after front runner Heinz-Harald Frentzen switched to a Reynard. As in previous year's the UK was a Dallara-free zone.
 
Ludovic Faure took the runner-up spot in the French Championship in his F390.
Once again changes to the F390 were small, mechanically pullrods were still used all-round and the aerodynamic package was largely unchanged. Although the F390 had its successes it was mostly second best to the Reynard 903 and, later in the year, the Ralt RT34. The Dallara as usual did not appear in the UK and it largely vanished from the German Championship. In Italy it was a 2-3-4 finish behind the winning Reynard of Roberto Colciago, coincidentally it was a similar story in France, 2-3-4 behind champion Eric Helary who started in a Reynard 903 and then switched to a Ralt RT34. A lot of the F390's success seemed to come from the relatively large number of teams running it.
 
Italian Champion Giambattista Busi bounces his F391 over the kerbs.
Most obvious change to the F391 was the change to a pushrod operated front suspension to replace the pullrods that had been favoured for many years, pullrods were still used at the rear.
As ever numerous Dallaras raced in the Italian Championship and Giambattista Busi won two races and finished third five times to take the title, 10 of the 12 races in the series fell to the F391.
In France Olivier Panis swapped his Dallara for a Ralt early on but Frank Lagorce stayed loyal and took a brace of wins to take fourth spot. Otherwise results were generally disappointing
Wolfgang Kaufmann won twice in Germany but an accident curtailed his season and as was the norm no Dallaras appeared in the UK.
 
The unusual nose treatment on the F392 is evident
in this shot...

...although it did give one more place to stick
a decal.
Very little mechanical changes were made to the F392 compared to the previous year's model but there were several aerodynamic changes, most visibly to the nose which whilst it might have been efficient certainly wasn't attractive.
As usual the Italian scene was almost all Dallara and it showed with all 12 races going to the F392 and all the top 10 finishers used the F392 (Fisichella started with a Ralt but switched to a Dallara early on).
It was a similar story in France with Franck Lagorce
and Emmanuel Clérico finishing first and second in their F392s. Seven of the eleven races in the championship fell to Dallara.
In both Japan and Germany Ralts and Reynards were the chassis of choice and although the Dallaras showed reasonable form the numerical superiority of the other manufacturers gave them the advantage. In Germany the F392 finished second on four occasions and Phillip Peter took fifth in the championship whilst in Japan a ninth for Visco in the final table was the best the F392 could manage.
For the last year there were no Dallaras in the UK championship, things were about to change.
 
The F393 on its announcement.

An overhead view of the F393.

The front monoshock of the F393.
1993 was the year that Formula 3 became Formula Dallara as it swept the board in all the major championships bar Japan. The F393 spent a claimed 1200 hour in the wind tunnel and an estimated 15% increase in aerodynamic efficiency was the result. Mechanically it was similar to the F392 except that a monoshock front suspension was introduced. It seemed that compared with its main rivals, Reynard, Ralt and TOM'S the F393 did almost everything a bit better, it was quicker in a straight line, it used its tyres more effectively and its mid-corner speed gave it a faster exit speed. Additionally its characteristics suited the new breed of engines from Vauxhall and Mugen with their ignition-advance systems allowing for a brief power boost to be held longer than the rival chassis'.
Not unexpectedly the F393 was totally dominant in Italy with Christian Pescatori heading the next 14 drivers home, all F393 mounted. France was a similar story with the top 8 drivers, headed by Didier Cottaz favouring Dallara, Christophe Tinseau started with a Bowman but switched to a Dallara half way through the year. Every race in the 10-round series fell to the F393.
For the first time Dallara became the chassis of choice in Germany, the top 9 drivers including champion Jos Verstappen ran the F393 and all 20 events saw the Dallara win.
Japan was all about the TOM'S 033F and Tom Kristensen
but the Dallara of Anthony Reid took 3 wins after a switch from the midfield Knap JK26 following three disappointing races.
Finally the UK which had been a Dallara-free zone up until now. The early season was dominated by the Reynard 393 winning the first five races, but suddenly Warren Hughes began to show real form in his F393 and suddenly rival teams were switching to Dallara and by the end of the season there was hardly a Reynard or Ralt to be seen as the F393 won the next ten races in a row. Game, set and match to Dallara.
 
An anhedral nose arrived with the F394, the driver is British F3 runner-up Vincent Radermecker.
 
France's Jamie Dufour in the Fortec Dallara.

For 1994 the F394 was very much more of the same, after all why change a winning formula. Further attention was paid to the aerodynamics with a tidying up of the suspension and the addition of an anhedral nosecone.
With the notable exception of Japan where the best the F394 could finish in the championship was third and fourth behind the TOM'S 034F it was otherwise a Dallara walkover.
In the UK every point scoring position in all 18 rounds was taken by a Dallara. Jan Magnusson totally dominating the championship with an incredible 14 wins from the 18 races.
In France, where all chassis had to be a year old to save costs, of the 11 rounds the F393 took all top 6 positions except for a solitary fifth for an Elise at Val de Vienne. The championship went to Jean-Philippe Belloc.
In Germany the F394 (or occasional F393) took every top 6 position in all 19 rounds, overall winner was
Jörg Müller. Italy saw 20 rounds and every top six place fall to either the F394, the hybrid F393/4 or the F393, the dominant champion was Giancarlo Fisichella.

 
Helio Castro Neves testing the F395.

The flowing lines of the F395, Jamie Davies driving.

Following the FIA regulations the F395 was an update of the previous years chassis and it was a year of complete domination that no other chassis manufacturer had ever achieved before. The facts are almost unbelievable, of the major Championships, UK, Germany, France, Italy and Japan combining both the main class and where a B class for year old cars was run, out of a total of 140 point scoring drivers 137 were in a Dallara.
It seemed impossible but all the manufacturers that had dominated over the previous few years, Ralt and Reynard had given up and Martini and TOM'S were reduced to desperate, ultimately doomed, attempts to play catch up. Formula Three was now Formula Dallara.

 
German Champion Jarno Trulli....

....Italian Champion Andrea Boldrini....

....and French Champion Soheil Ayari.

This would be the last year of the 24mm restrictor in the airbox and therefore the new F396 was very much an evolution of the F395, in fact many teams, especially in the UK, favoured retaining their F395 and updating it to F396 spec.

Opposition to Dallara was minimal, TOMS with the 036F, Martini's MK73 and the Elise 396. Tom Coronel managed to finish 3rd in the Japanese Championship with his TOMS taking a single win but otherwise it was the expected Dallara domination. In the UK the F396 won every race and took the top nine positions in the championship. It was a similar story in Germany with the first ten championship places being taken by the F396. Not unexpectedly every point scorer in Italy was Dallara mounted and it was a first to eighteenth clean-sweep.
Most of the lesser Championships also fell to Dallara with the Sudam, Swiss, Austrian, Greek and Central European all being taken by cars of various vintages.

 
The familiar Dallara lines as displayed on the F397, Nick Heidfeld driving.

The anhedral nose is getting more pronounced.
The newly introduced larger air restrictor gave an estimated 30 BHP increase in engine power and as a result Dallara introduced a number of changes to the chassis for its 1997 challenger. Although the F397 looked very much like its predecessor the aluminium honeycomb tub was considerably stiffened to cope with the extra engine power whilst the front of the cockpit was lowered by 2 cm to both give the driver a better view and also for the aerodynamic benefit. The water radiators were also improved to give more cooling resulting in taller sidepods. The wheelbase and track were as before. Dallara estimated a 15% increase in the available downforce and the 1997 price was around £45,000 (66,200€).
Every major championship and just about every minor one fell to the F397 or one of its earlier brothers although the new Martini MK73 took 4th in both the French and German Championships to add a little variety to the proceedings.
 
The F398 nose followed F1 trends.

Warren Hughes sitting in his F398.
1998 was, in line with FIA regulations, an update year and generally changes to the F398 were aerodynamic ones. The most obvious alterations, following F1 trends, were to the nose which now featured a pylon mounting and the introduction of winglets in front of the rear wheels. Other features were very much as before, suspension was push-rod front and rear, the tub was still constructed from Carbon-Kevlar composites with Nomex and aluminium panels. The gearbox was a five-speed Dallara design using a Hewland differential. A 40-litre fuel tank was fitted, and the car (with driver) weighed 530kg, whilst the wheelbase was 2610mm. The price rose to £50000 (73,600€), an update kit was £4,350 (6,400€).
The F398 (or the F397/8 update) continued the almost total Dallara domination, winning every championship it was eligible for. As in 1997 the Martini MK73 continued it's David and Goliath feat by taking several good results in both France and Germany with Franck Montagny finishing second in the French series and Wolf Henzler third in the German.
 
The F399 from the top.

Andrew Kirkaldy testing a Stewart Racing F399.
No doubt spurred on by the continued good form shown by the Martini MK73 a number of modifications were introduced on the F399 in an effort to keep the Dallara dominance for another year. Changes included reducing the wheelbase noticeably, redesigning the suspension and increasing the size of the cockpit opening.
Once again the Dallara ruled the roost with one notable exception, for the first time since 1986, Martini took the honours in France with their new MK79 driven by Sébastien Bourdais. However everywhere else, Britain, Germany, Italy and Japan. Dallara F399s took the top 10 places in every championship. Older versions also took all the minor championships around the world.
 
The F300 at its announcement.

Nicolas Kiesa in the RC Benetton Junior Team F300.

Following the FIA stability rules the F300 was an update of the F399 with no major changes to the design. An update kit was offered to those teams who did not wish to purchase a new car. Many teams, especially in the UK began the year with a F399 but switched to a new chassis during the course of the year.

The only challenger to Dallara's dominance over the last couple of seasons had been Martini but the new MK80 was a disaster and Dallara had a virtual clean sweep. Of all the major and in most of the minor championships the top 12 cars were Dallaras. The only exception was France were they only managed the top six runners with a year-old Martini taking seventh. Ralt did take the US Championship but since this was so poorly supported with only 5 or 6 cars racing it signified little.

 
Drivers  
   
1981

381
Roberto Campominosi, Pierluigi Martini, Roberto Ravaglia.

   
1982

382
Fernando Cazzaniga, Luigi Giannini, Claudio Langes, Stefano Livio, Ruggero Melgrati, Roberto Ravaglia, Giulio Regosa, Alfredo Sabastiani,
Bengt Tragardh.

   
1983

383
Franco Forini, Luigi Giannini.

382
Franco Forini, Stefano Livio.

   
1984

384
Fabrizio Barbazza, Franco Forini.

383
Nino Fama.

   
1985

F385
Fabrizio Barbazza, Alex Caffi, Franco Forini.

?
Fabio Mancini.

   
1986

F386
Jean Alesi, Marco Apicella, Alex Caffi, Gregor Foitek, Hanspeter Kaufmann, Nicola Larini, Fabio Mancini, Martin Ragginger, Victor Rosso, Eugenio Visco.

?
Gianni Pontiggia
.

   
1987

F387
Jean Alesi, Eric Bellefroid, Enrico Bertaggia, Andrea Chiesa, Roberto Colciago, "Gimax Junior", Fabien Giroix, Harald Huysman, Csaba Kesjar, Mauro Martini, Gianni Morbidelli, Emanuele Naspetti, Bernd Schneider.

F386
Jean Alesi, Gianni Bianchi, Philippe Gache, Jacques Isler, Hanspeter Kaufmann.

   
1988

F388
Alberto Apicella, Rinaldo Capello, Eric Cheli, Roberto Colciago, Erik Comas, Laurent Daument, Franco Forini, Roland Franzen, Philippe Gache, Juan C. Giacchino, Jean-Marc Gounon, Marc Hessel, Pierre Hirschi, Jacques Isler, Hanspeter Kaufmann, Wolfgang Kaufmann, Ralf Kelleners, Csaba Kesjar, Fritz Kreutzpointner, Ellen Lohr, Mauro Martini, Gianni Morbidelli, Emanuele Naspetti, Mercedes Stermitz, Antonio Tamburini, Felice Tedeschi, Christian Vidal, Eugenio Visco, Logan Wilms.

F387
Gianni Bianchi, Roland Bossy, Rainer Fischer, Pierre Hirschi, Justin Sünkel, Bernard Thuner.

F386
"Alencar Jr.", Néstor Gabriel Furlán, Juan C. Giacchino, Jacques Isler, Franz Kaiser, Daniel Müller.

   
1989

F389
Eric Bachelart, Olivier Beretta, Fabrizio Bettini, Frank Biela, Giovanni Bonanno, Roberto Colciago, Rinaldo Capello, Laurent Daument, Ludovic Faure, Heinz-Harald Frentzen, Franck Freon, Hanspeter Kaufmann, Gianni Morbidelli, Yvan Muller, Tadashi Okunuki, Lionel Robert, Domenico Schiattarella, Guido Ucke, Fabiano Vandone, Eugenio Visco, Rene Wartmann.

F388
"Alencar Jr.", Roland Franzen, Néstor Gabriel Furlán, Jacques Isler, Wolfgang Kaufmann, David Luyet, Mario Moser, Tadashi Okunuki, Mercedes Stermitz, Keiichi Tsuchiya.

F387
Gianni Bianchi, Roland Bossy, Rainer Fischer, Justin Sünkel.

F386
Djalma Fogaça, Franz Kaiser.

?
Pierre Hirschi
.

   
1990

F390
Massimiliano Angelelli, Olivier Beretta, Gianbattista Busi, Stefano Buttiero, Eric Cayrolle, Giuseppi Cipriani, Laurent Dalmet, Pascal Dastembert, Ludovic Faure, Richard Favero, Franco Forini, Gabriel Furlan, Frederico Gemmo, Frédéric Gosparini, Jacques Goudchaux, Hideaki Hagiwara, Takachiho Inoue, Jacques Isler, Patrick Lazare, Thierry Lejeune, Patrick Lemarie, Mauro Martini, Michele Minulotto, Yvan Muller, Olivier Panis, Jerome Policand, Alex Prioglio, Patrice Roussell, Marco Sacutelli, Mirko Savoldi, Mimmo Schiattarella, Giampiero Simoni, Kinji Suzuki, Olivier Theverin, Arnaud Trevisiol, Keiichi Tsuchiya, Fabrizio Vandone, Eugenio Visco, Walter Voulaz, Alessandro Zampedri, Alessandro Zanardi.

F389
Bernard Cognet, "Gimax Jr", Jacques Isler, Naozumi Itou, Yvan Muller, Roger Studhalter, Kinji Suzuki, Rene Wartmann.

F388
"Alencar Jr.", Rubens Barrichello, Leonel Friedrich, Néstor Gurini, Jacques Isler, Walter Lechner, Yolanda Surer.

F387
Rainer Fischer.

F386
Sigi Betz, Franz Kaiser, Karl-Heinz Voss.

?
Gianni Bianchi, Roland Bossy
.

   
1991

F391
Massimiliano Angelelli, Luca Badoer, Gianbattista Busi, Jose Cordova, Mitsuo Fujimura, Andrea Gilardi, Guillaume Gomez, Takachiho Inoue, Jacques Isler, Wolfgang Kaufmann, Takayuki
Kinoshita, Franck Lagorce, Luigi de Luca, Mauro Martini, Jonathan McGall, Niko Palhares, Jose Luis di Palma, Olivier Panis, Max Papis, Alex Prioglio, Mirko Savoldi, Darren Shaw, Fabrizio de Simone, Giampiero Simoni, Yolanda Surer, Arnaud Trévisiol, Eugenio Visco, Mario Andrea Vismara.

F390
Gianni Bianchi, Stéphane Ortelli, Alessandro Zanardi.

F389
Attila Fabian, Thorsten Kern, Claudia Kreuzsaler, Roger Studhalter.

F388
Leonel Friedrich, Gino Fontes, Fausto Galdi, Juan Carlos Giacchino, Néstor Gurini, Jacques Isler, Tom Stefani, Alessandro Zampedri.

   
1992

F392
Massimiliano Angelelli
, Peter Aslund, Marco Ballabio, Fabrizio Bettini, Roberto Carta, Emmamuel Clérico, Roberto Colciago, Didier Cottaz, Richard Favero, Mitsuo Fujimura, Michele Gasparini, Andrea Gilardi, Stephan Grégoire, Russell Ingall, Takachiho Inoue, Jacques Isler, Wolfgang Kaufmann, Franck Lagorce, Dino Lamby, Luigi de Luca, Gianantonio Pacchioni, Gianlucca Paglicci, Niko Palhares, Max Papis, Christian Pescatori, Philipp Peter, Danny Pfeil, Stéphane Prouix, Luca Rangoni, Ferruccio Rivolta, Mirko Savoldi, Ruedi Schurter, Fabrizio de Simone, Giampiero Simoni, Vincenzo Sospiri, Mercedes Stermitz, Christophe Tinseau, Marcello Ventre, Jacques Villeneuve, Eugenio Visco, Mario Andrea Vismara.

F391
Thomas Bleiner, Mitsuo Fujimura, Tatsuhiko Kanaumi, Hanspeter Kaufmann, Claudia Kreuzsaler, Sakae Obata, Roger Studhalter, Rene Wartmann.

F390
Fernando Croceri, Gabriel Furlán.

F389
Günter Aberer, Marian Hamprecht, Günter Muskovits.

F388
Wolfgang Petutschnig, Eugen Swoboda.

F387
Rudolf Meyer Jr.

?
Luis Belloso, Gianni Bianchi.

   
1993

F393
Christian Abt, Eric Alberto, Massimiliano Angelelli
, Pietro Antonelli, Steven Arnold, Jochen Bauer, Jean-Philippe Belloc, Andrea Boldrini, Marcelo Bugliotti, Kelvin Burt, Emmamuel Clérico, Roberto Colciago, Paolo Coloni, Didier Cottaz, Jérémie Dufour, Paul Evans, Flavio Figueiredo, Christian Fischer, Giancarlo Fisichella, Mitsuo Fujimura, Michele Gasparini, Oliver Gavin, Frederico Gemmo, Guillaume Gomez, Marc Goossens, Frédéric Gosparini, Michael Graf, Giancarlo Greico, Sandy Grau, Marcos Gueiros, Giovanni Gulinelli, Warren Hughes, Claudia Hürtgen, Takachiho Inoue, Alexandre Janoray, Elton Julian, Tatsuhiko Kanaumi, Atsushi Kawamoto, Mitsuhiro Kinoshita, Dirk Kisters, Michael Krumm, Dino Lamby, Markus Liesner, Sascha Maaßen, Jan Magnussen, Omar Martinez, Maurizio Mediani, Satoshi Motoyama, Jörg Müller, Shinji Nakano, Masyoshi Nishigaito, Tadashi Okunuki, Gianantonio Pacchioni, Niko Palhares, Christian Pescatori, Philipp Peter, Danny Pfeil, Luca Rangoni, Gareth Rees, Gian Maria Regazzoni, Anthony Reid, Andre Ribeiro, Luca Riccitelli, Pedro de la Rosa, Ricardo Rosset, Danilo Rossi, Ruedi Schurter, Fabrizio de Simone, Takeshi Souda, Tom Stefani, Giorgio Tibaldo, Christophe Tinseau, Patrick Vallant, Marcello Ventre, Jos Verstappen, Marco Werner, Thomas Wöhrle, Alexander Wurz, Katsumi Yamamoto.

F392
Eric Alberto, Jakob Bordoli, Ludovic Dudot, Christian Fischer, Pierre Hirschi, Paolo Laghi, Fred Lajoux, Takeshi Odagiri, Kashin Oomiya, Heinz Utz, Masayuki Yamamoto.

F391
Roger Studhalter.

F390
Marcelo Benítez, Ricardo Risatti.

F389
Wolfgang Krebitz, Rudolf Meyer, Dirk Müller.

F388
Gastón Mazzacane, Eugen Swoboda
.

F387
Rudolf Meyer Jr., Claude Sudan.

   
1994

F394
Christian Abt, Massimiliano Angelelli, Steven Arnold, Fabiano Belletti, Andrea Belluzzi, Patrick Bernhardt, Thomas Biagi, Roberto Carta, Roberto Colciago, Paolo Coloni, Pedro Couceiro, Brian Cunningham, Jamie Davies, Richard Dean, Jérémie Dufour, Ralph Firman Jr., Giancarlo Fisichella, Norberto Fontana, Dario Franchitti, Rolando Galli, Luiz Garcia, Michele Gasparini, Frederico Gemmo, Marc Gene, Manuel Giao, Michael Graf, Marcos Gueiros, Johnny Hauser, Christian Horner, Warren Hughes, Russell Ingall, Martijn Koene, Michael Krumm, Scott Lakin, Sascha Maaßen, Jan Magnussen, Oliver Martini, Gastone Mazzacane, Maurizio Mediani, Ronny Melkus, Ryou Michigami, Dino Morelli, Jörg Müller, Helio Castro Neves, Keiichi Nishimiya, Gianluca Paglicci, Alberto Pedemonte, Philipp Peter, Vincent Radermecker, Laurent Redon, Gareth Rees, Andreas Reiter, Luca Riccitelli, Pedro de la Rosa, Ricardo Rosset, Danilo Rossi, Paolo Ruberti, Gualter Salles, Ralf Schumacher, Alberto Scilla, Hiroshi Shmamori, Shinsuke Shibahara, Takeshi Souda, Jamie Spence, Giorgio Tibaldo, Danilo Tomassini, Frederico Viegas, Stephen Watson, Marco Werner, Alexander Wurz.

F393/4
Pietro Antonelli, Andrea Boldrini, Roberto Colciago, Rolando Galli, Fabrizio Gollin, Giovanni Gulinelli, Gianantonio Pacchioni, Luca Rangoni, Simone Rebai.

F393
Eric Alberto, Steve Allen, Didier Andre, Jean-Philippe Belloc, Tim Bergmeister, Yvan Berset, Jesse Bouhet, Jean-Bernard Bouvet, Zak Brown, Jean-Claude de Castelli, Chris Clark, Jean Clermont, Paolo Coloni, Paul Dawson, David Dussau, Thomas Erdos, Andre Fibier, Thierry Glas, Klaus Graf, Franck Guibbert, Yukihiro Hane, Gray Hedley, Wolf Henzler, Steeve Hiesse, Warren Hughes, Yuuji Ide, Syouichi Itou, Alexandre Janoray, Elton Julian, Hiroki Katou, Takafumi Katou, Atsushi Kawamoto, Benjamin Kerr, Kazuhiro Koizumi, Sascha Maaßen, Oliver Martini, Arnd Meier, Christian Menzel, Nicolas Minassian, Masatoshi Miyakawa, Satoshi Motoyama, Johnny Mowlem, Shinji Nakano, Masyoshi Nishigaito, Keiichi Nishimiya, Takeshi Odagiri, Gianantonio Pacchioni, Laurent Pareyre, Tim Pearson, Laurent Redon, Benjamin Roy, James Ruffier, Eiichi Sawanobori, Ruedi Schurter, Eiji Sengoku, Philippe Sinault, Takeshi Souda, Claude Sudan, Keisuke Suzuki, Eiichi Tajima, Oliver Tichy, Christophe Tinseau, Danilo Tomassini, Duncan Vercoe, Bobby Verdon-Roe, Thomas Winkelhock, Franz Wöss, Katsumi Yamamoto, Masayuki Yamamoto, Atsushi Yogou, Jo Zeller.

F392
Kazuroni Kitazawa, Norbert Zehnder
.

F390
Marcelo Benítez, Mauro Fartuszek, Gabriel Furlán, Juan C. Giacchino, Adrián Hang, Fabián Malta.

F389
Rudolf Meyer Jr., Thomas Reinert.

   
1995

F395
Christian Abt, Rui Aguas, Martin Albrecht, Massimiliano Angelelli, Pietro Antonelli, Steven Arnold, Omar Bettin, Thomas Biagi, Andrea Boldrini, Paolo Coloni, Tom Coronel
, Pedro Couceiro, Brian Cunningham, Jamie Davies, Jérémie Dufour, Jason Elliott, Ralph Firman, Norberto Fontana, Luiz Garcia Jnr., Michele Gasparini, Oliver Gavin, Marc Gene, Klaus Graf, Fabrizio Gollin, Geoffroy Horion, Christian Horner, Warren Hughes, Ralf Kalaschek, Antoine "Tony" Kanaan, Jonny Kane, Hiroki Katou, Atsushi Kawamoto, Scott Lakin, Cesare Manfredini, Oliver Martini, Christiano da Matta, James Matthews, Gastone Mazzacane, Owen McAuley, Maurizio Mediani, Arnd Meier, Ryou Michigami, Kurt Mollekens, Juan Pablo Montoya, Satoshi Motoyama, Helio Castro Neves, Gianantonio Pacchioni, Gianluca Paglicci, Philipp Peter, Vincent Radermecker, Luca Rangoni, Laurent Redon, Luca Riccitelli, Gonzalo Rodriguez, Pedro de la Rosa, Danilo Rossi, Paolo Ruberti, Olivero Saleri, Gualter Salles, Ralf Schumacher, Mark Shaw, Brian Smith, Takeshi Souda, Jamie Spence, Yuuji Tachikawa, Oliver Tichy, Marcel Tiemann, Danilo Tomassini, Jarno Trulli, Garth Waberski, Juichi Wakisaka, Jason Watt, Max Wilson, Alexander Wurz, Naoki Yokobayashi, Takashi Yokoyama.

F394
Martin Albrecht, Didier Andre, Ivan Arias, Akihiro Asai, Soheil Ayari, Pedro Bartelle, Anthony Beltoise, Alan Berkov, Jesse Bouhet, Angel Burgueno, Martin Byford, Marcelo Carneiro, James Carney, Jerémy Charon, Paula Cook, Daoud Abou Daye, Boris Derichebourg, David Dussau, Rubén Fontes, Markus Friesacher, Gabriel Furlán, Grégoire de Galzain, Wolf Henzler, Ramón Ibarra, Alexandre Janoray, Bruno Junqueira, Timo Kluck, Kazuhiro Koizumi, Frank Krämer, Werner Lupberger, Fabián Malta, Nicolas Minassian, Johnny Mowlem, Josef Neuhauser, Martin O'Connell, Sergio Paese, Xavier Pompidou, Laurent Redon, Tony Renna, Ricardo Risatti, Benjamin Roy, James Ruffier, Stéphane Sarrazin, Denis Schubiger, Tadashi Shimomiya, Emiliano Spataro, Tom Stefani, Johan Stureson, Jakob Sund, Hideyuki Takahashi, Tatsuya Tanigawa, Jarno Trulli, Takeshi Tsuchiya, Marcelo Ventre, Steve Ventruto, Fabrice Walfisch, Steffen Widmann, Max Wilson, Alexander Wurtz, Takashi Yokoyama, Sandro Zani, Norbert Zehnder, Ricardo Zonta.

F393
Steve Allen,
Takeshi Asami, Tim Bergmeister, Zak Brown, Jérémy Charon, Hansruedi Debrunner, Goncalo Gomes, Hans de Graaff, Tavo Hellmund, Steeve Hiesse, Philip Hopkins, Yuuji Ide, Dirantha Maragamuwa, Mario Münch, Keiichi Nishimiya, Jason Rolf, Stéphane Sarrazin, Hiroshi Sasaki, Denis Schubiger, Tadashi Shimomiya, Philippe Sinault, Claude Sudan, Katsuyoshi Tanaka, Taku Utagawa, Jo Zeller.

F392
Willi Sträuli
.

F390
Nicolás Filiberti, Lidoro Da Silva, Emiliano Spataro, Aníbal Zaniratto.

F389
Pius Tschümperlin
.

?
Paolo Laghi, Jaroslaw Wierczuk
.

   
1996

F396
Rui Aguas
, Didier Andre, Pietro Antonelli, Soheil Ayari, Anthony Beltoise, Tim Bergmeister, Omar Bettin, Angel Burgueno, Martin Byford, Davide Campana, Jérémy Charon, Emmanuel Clerico, Andre Couto, Brian Cunningham, Boris Derichebourg, Grégoire de Galzain, Patrice Gay, Manuel Giao, Guillaume Greuet, Sébastien Guerin, Haruki Kurosawa, Alessandro Manetti, James Matthews, Christian Menzel, Nicolas Minassian, Kurt Mollekens, Sébastien Mordillo, Dino Morelli, Dirk Müller, Nico Nikolouzos, Gianantonio Pacchioni, Gianluca Paglicci, Sébastien Philippe, James Ruffier, Tommy Rustad, Stéphane Sarrazin, Oriol Servia, Marcel Tiemann, Jarno Trulli, Esteban Tuero, Taku Utagawa, Risto Virtanen, Vincent Vosse, Juichi Wakisaka, Fabrice Walfisch, Kouji Yamanishi, Kazuto Yanagawa, Takashi Yokoyama, Issei Yoshimura.

F395/6
Joao Barbosa, Andrea Boldrini, Jamie Davies, Ralph Firman, Michele Gasparini, Jonny Kane, Darren Manning, Oliver Martini, Juan-Pablo Montoya,
Gonzalo Rodriguez, Alberto Scilla, Mark Shaw, Guy Smith.

F395
Rui Aguas
, Takeshi Asami, John Barlow, Michael Becker, Tim Bergmeister, Sascha Bert, Jesse Bouhet, Nicola "Niki" Cadei, Roberto Carta, Markus Friesacher, Takahiro Fujita, Hiroshi Furuichi, Klaus Graf, Nick Heidfeld, Steeve Hiesse, Wolf Henzler, Yasuyuki Honjou, Daisuke Itou, Maurizio Mediani, Arnd Meier, Alfredo Melandri, Christian Menzel, Arata Miyamoto, Shima Narusawa, Keiichi Nishimiya, Tomokazu Ochiai, Xavier Pompidou, Paolo Ruberti, Hiroshi Sasaki, Rolf Schuster, Gou Shimizu, Kazuto Shimoyama, Tokiyasu Souda, Nikolas Stremmenos, Yuuji Tachikawa, Oliver Tichy, Takeshi Tsuchuya, Hiroomi Uemura, Tim Verbergt, Listo Virtanen, Shigekazu Wakisaka, Richard Westbrook, Steffen Widmann, Max Wilson, Kouji Yamanishi, Naoki Yokobayashi.

F394
Pedro Bartelle, Marcelo Benítez, Michael Bentwood, James Carney, Chris Clark, Ben Collins, José Cordova, Luciano Crespi, Toshihiro Deki, Nicolás Filiberti, Rubén Fontes, Gabriel Furlán, Tavo Hellmund, Bruno Junqueira, Helmut Kopp, Paolo Laghi, Fabián Malta, Henry Martin, Pedro Muffato, Mario Münch, Masami Nakamura, Carlos Di Nella, Josef Neuhauser, Martin O'Connell, Takeshi Odagiri, Yves Olivier, Sergio Paese, Wolfgang Petutschnig, Douglas Pitoli, Ricardo Risatti, Patrick Ruth, Philipp Sager, Florian Schnitzenbaumer, Dominik Schwager, Emiliano Spataro, Tom Stefani, Johan Stureson, Shingo Tachi, Marcelo Ventre, Jaroslaw Wierczuk, Simon Wills, Franz Wöss, Shigeru Yamamoto, Aníbal Zaniratto, Norbert Zehnder.

F393
Andreas Bähler, Marcin Biernacki, Gerhard Claus, Hansruedi Debrunner,
“Eddie“, Dietmar Frischmann, Christoph Fuchs, Ingo Gerstl, Georg Holzer, Philip Hopkins, Dirantha Maragamuwa, Noboru Miura, Osamu Nakajima, Mikimichi Natori, Hiromasa Nitta, Ken'ichi Obara, Norihisa Okada, Tobias Schlesinger, Tadashi Shimomiya, Teruyuki Tokuda, Richard Westbrook, Jaroslaw Wierczuk, Tadashi Yamasumi.

F392
Willi Sträuli, Heinz Utz.

F391
Hans-Ulrich Äschbacher.

F389
Markus Kölliker.

F388
Heribert Bäriswyl, Christian Windhofer.

?
Andreas Alkiopulos, Olivier Fiorucci, Wladimir Kostelecky
.

   
1997

F397
Michael Bentwood, Tim Bergmeister, Enrique Bernoldi, Sascha Bert, Ben Collins, Paula Cook, Tim Coronel, Andre Couto, Peter Dumbreck, Tomas Enge, Yasutaka Gomi, Mario Haberfeld, Nick Heidfeld, Kou Hirano, Warren Hughes, Daisuke Itou, Jonny Kane,
Hiroki Katou, Richard Kopp, Bas Leinders, Lucas Luhr, Darren Manning, Oliver Martini, Sebastian Martino, Ricardo Mauricio, Ronny Melkus, Ananda Mikola, Nicolas Minassian, Syougo Mitsuyama, Riccardo Moscatelli, Alexander Müller, Masaoki Nagashima, Osamu Nakajima, Tsubasa Nishi, Yves Olivier, Alberto Pedemonte, Andy Priaulx, Timo Scheider, Andreas Scheld, Dominik Schwager, Tom Schwister, Mark Shaw, Gou Shimizu, Norman Simon, Brian Smith, Guy Smith, Henry Stanton, Johan Stureson, Shingo Tachi, Yuuji Tachikawa, Takeshi Tsuchuya, Darren Turner, Kiyoshi Uchiyama, Tim Verbergt, Shigekazu Wakisaka, Mark Webber, Steffen Widmann, Simon Wills, Tairoku Yamguchi.

F396
Benjamin Alvaro, Damien Bianchi, Marcin Biernacki, Nicola "Niki" Cadei, Andrea Cammarone, Davide Campana, Roberto Carta, Luciano Crespi
, Donny Crevels, Shigeki Ebihara, Marcel Fassler, Yasuhisa Fujiwara, Gabriele Gardel, Michele Gasparini, Patrice Gay, Yann Goudy, Steeve Hiesse, Yuuji Ide, Pierre Kaffer, Jaroslav Kostelecky, Lucas Luhr, Alessandro Manetti, Maurizio Mediani, Alfredo Melandri, Sébastien Mordillo, Hirotaka Nakajima, Tsubasa Nishi, Fabrizio de Pace, Andrea Pedrini, Sébastien Philippe, Michel Rangoni, Paolo Ruberti, Stéphane Sallaz, David Saelens, Stéphane Sarrazin, Michelangelo Segatori, Shin'ichi Takagi, David Terrien, Takaya Tsubobayashi, Davide Uboldi, Taku Utagawa, Fabrice Walfisch, Jaroslaw Wierczuk, Tairoku Yamguchi, Takashi Yokoyama, Issei Yoshimura.

F395/6
Marco Barindelli, Jeremy Gumbley, Ian James, Martin O'Connell, Jamie Spence, Damon Wellman.

F395
Michael Becker,
Shigeki Ebihara, Yasuhisa Fujiwara, Thierry Glas, Pascal Hernandez, Yasuyuki Honjou, Shin'ya Kijima, Naohiro Kouno, Nobuyuki Kuramoto, Tetsuharu Masuda, Ronny Melkus, Keiichi Nishimiya Ryouhei, Sakaguchi, Mikael Santavirta, Tokiyasu Souda, Michael Stelzig, Nikolaos Stremmenos, Tsuyoshi Takahashi, Teruyuki Tokuda, Roman Truschew, Listo Virtanen, Shigeru Yamamoto.

F394
Pedro Bartelle, Martín Basso, Daniel Belli, Alejandro Bini, Suzane Carvalho, Daniel Chamillard, Nicolás Filliberti, Gabriel Furlán, Ulf Johansson, Bruno Junqueira, Nicklas Karlsson, Petr Krizan, Paolo Laghi, Juan Manuel Lopez, Fabián Malta, David Muffato, Juliano Moro, Josef Neuhauser, Leonardo Nienkötter, Wolfgang Petutschnig, Nelson Piquet, Martin Rihs, Patrick Ruth, Federico Sanz, Florian Schnitzenbaumer, Mauricio Slaviero, Tom Stefani, Luiz Fernando Uva, Marcelo Ventre, Gabriel Werner, Norbert Zehnder, Jo Zeller.

F393
Andreas Bähler, Gerhard Claus, Hansruedi Debrunner, Kurt Fischer, Dirk Jenichen, Franz Wöss, Jaromir Zdrazil.

F392
Willi Sträuli, Heinz Utz.

F390
Diego Chiozzi, José Costa, Jaime Melo Jr.

F388
Andreas Kalcher.

   
1998

F398
Christijan Albers
, Seiji Ara, Michael Becker, Max Busnelli, Niki Cadei, Ben Collins, Peter Dumbreck, Yasuhisa Fujiwara, Kou Hirano, Yasuyuki Honjou, Jeffrey van Hooydonk, Toshihiro Kaneishi, Narain Karthikeyan, Hiroki Katou, Gabriele Lancieri, Bas Leinders, Yuusuke Matsuura, Ananda Mikola, Paolo Montin, Martin O'Connell, Yves Olivier, Ricardo Ronchi, Takuma Satou, Niko Stremmenos, Shingo Tachi, Listo Virtanen, Jaroslaw Wierczuk, Adam Wilcox.

F397/8
Michael Bentwood, Enrique Bernoldi, Luciano Burti, David Cook, Paula Cook, Mario Haberfeld,
Warren Hughes, Marc Hynes, Yudai Igarashi, Narain Karthikeyan, Kristian Kolby, Darren Manning, Ricardo Mauricio, Andrej Pavicevic, Miku Santavirta, Jamie Spence, Tim Spouge, Adam Wilcox, Alex Yoong.

F397
Daisuke Akatsuka, Marco Barindelli, Tim Bergmeister
, Marcin Biernacki, Gianluca Calcagni, Tomiyuki Chida, Donny Crevels, Ruben Delfrer, Wouter van Eeuwijk, Gabriele Gardel, Gou Shimizu, Daisuke Itou, Viktor Kozanov, Haruki Kurosawa, Robert Lechner, Bas Leinders, Lucas Luhr, Alesandro Manetti, Darren Manning, Sebastian Martino, Tsugio Matsuda, Johnny Mislijevic, Syougo Mitsuyama, Tatsuya Mizutani, Alexander Müller, Thomas Mutsch, Masaoki Nagashima, Fabrizio de Pace, Alberto Pedemonte, Leos Prokopec, Michel Rangoni, Timo Rumpfkeil, Norman Simon, Johan Stureson, Peter Sundberg, Shin'ichi Takagi, Yasutaka Takazawa, Tatsuya Tanigawa, Enrico Toccacelo, Steffen Widmann.

F396
Damien Bianchi, Thomas Braumüller
, Shin'ya Chiba, Iradj Alexander David, Romain Dumas, Sebastien Dumez, Dietmar Frischmann, Gabriele Gardel, Michele Gasparini, Pascal Hernandez, Steeve Hiesse, Yuuji Ide, Katsumi Irie, Lasse Jakobsen, Dirk Jenichen, Petr Krizan, David Loger, Maurizio Mediani, Tiago Monteiro, David Saelens, Stéphane Sallaz, Michele Spoldi, David Terrien, Benoit Tréluyer, Davide Uboldi, Taku Utagawa, Listo Virtanen, Jaromir Zdrazil.

F395/6
Warren Carway, Steve Hayr, John Ingram, Mike Kirkham, Philip Scifleet, Stephen White.

F395
Osmunde Dolischka, Andre Fibier, Tomoyuki Inoue, Nobuyuki Kuramoto, Shinsuke Misawa, Tatsuya Mizutani, Hirotaka Nakajima, Kouta Sasakim Masahiro Satou, Masayuki Seki, Daisuke Shizuma, Didier Sirgue, Willi Sträuli, Teruyuki Tokuda, Takatoshi Tsuji, Hideo Yamada.

F394
Benjamin Alvaro, Patrick d'Aubreby, Martín Basso, Daniel Belli, Rodrigo Bernardes, Jimmy Bohlin, Valdeno Brito, Raúl Bruschi, Thomas B. Faale, Gabriel Furlán, Yann Goudy, Leandro Guimard, Ramón Ibarra, Jochim Johnsen, Sylvain Jot, Ole-Martin Lindum, Jaime Melo Jr., Eddy Mion, Josef Neuhauser, Leonardo Nienkötter, Eduardo Pamplona, Nelson Piquet, Paulo Pizzoni, Peter Rössler, Urs Rüttimann, Alexandre Sperafico, Ricardo Sperafico, Rodrigo Sperafico, Tom Stefani, Luiz Fernando Uva, Gabriel Werner, Rodrigo Yungh, Christian Zeller, Jo Zeller.

F393
Joao Barreto, Gerhard Claus, Bernard Cognet, Hansruedi Debrunner, Jörg Sandek.

F392
Heribert Bäriswyl, Gabriel Muller.

F391
Claudia Steffek.

F390
Fernando Rama
.

F388
Willi Löwenguth.

?
Kurt Keller.

   
1999

F399
Christijan Albers, Seiji Ara, Doug Bell, Julien Beltoise, Michael Bentwood, Bruno Besson, Damien Bianchi, Luciano Burti, Jenson Button, Gianluca Calgagni, Warren Carway, Fulvio Cavicchi, Jonathan Cochet, Aluizio Coelho, Matt Davies, Sébastien Dumez, Wagner Ebraham, Wouter van Eeuwijk, Jacky van der Ende, Marcel Fässler, Gabriele Gardel, Yasutaka Gomi, Yann Goudy, Ken Grandon, Sven Heidfeld, Warren Hughes, Marc Hynes, Yudai Igarashi, Tomoyuki Inoue, Daisuke Itou, Thomas Jäger, Herbert Jerich, Pierre Kaffer, Toshihiro Kaneishi, Narain Karthikeyan, Andrew Kirkaldy, Juri Kobayakawa, Kristian Kolby, Haruki Kurosawa, Jérôme della Lana, Robert Lechner, Walter van Lent, Etienne van der Linde, David Loger, Juan Manuel Lopez, Kari Mäenpää, Darren Manning, Tsugio Matsuda, Maurizio Mediani, Tiago Monteiro, Stefan Mücke, Alexander Müller, Thomas Mutsch, Elran Nijenhuis, Yves Olivier, Staniaslas D'Outremont, Sebastien Philippe, Martin Rihs, Toby Scheckter, Timo Scheider, Tony Schmidt, Michele Spoldi, Tim Spouge, Tor Sriachavanon, Peter Sundberg, Tatsuya Tanigawa, Enrico Toccacelo, Benoit Tréluyer, Davide Uboldi, Kiyoshi Uchiyama, Gabriele Varano, Risto Virtanen, Alex Yoong.

F398
Martín Basso, Nick Eliades, Andreas Feichtner, Charles Hall, Kou Hirano, Thiago Medeiros, Kenji Itou, Jaime Melo Jr., Hirotaka Nakajima, André Nicastro, Martin O'Connell,
Roland Rehfeld, Takuma Sato, Tom Schwister, Steven Shanly, Jeremy Smith, Tom Stefani.

F397/8
Christian Eigl, Andre Fibier, Alberto Pedemonte.

F397
Sven Heidfeld, Patrick Hildenbrandt, Syougo Mitsuyama, Takeshi Namekawa, Roland Rehfeld, Hiroshi Sakai, Patrick van Schoote, Tomokazu Takahara, Masaru Tomizawa, Benjamin Walsh.

F396
John Bender, Alban Gauthier, Jean-Christophe Ravier, Jo Zeller.

F395/6
Willi Sträuli.

F395
John Ingram.

F394
Joăo Barreto, Martín Basso, Daniel Belli, Thed Björk, Martín Canepa, Leandro Guimard, Sergio Koffes Jr., Ole Martin Lindum, Jaime Melo Jr.,
Thiago Medeiros, Vitor Meira, Eddy Mion, Leonardo Nienkötter, Joăo Paulo de Oliveira, Hoover Orsi,  Eduardo Pamplona, Robby Pérez, Paulo Pizzoni, Fernando Rama, Urs Rüttimann, Alexandre Sperafico, Ricardo Sperafico, Rodrigo Sperafico, Thomas Stingelin, Gabriel Werner, Rodrigo Yungh, Christian Zeller.

F393
Michael Aberer, Michel Frey, Mirco Schrepfer.

F392
Kurt Dähler, Urs Hug.

F390
Leandro Guimard
.

?
Vassilli Papafilippo
.

   
2000

F300
Marcos Ambrose, Seiji Ara, Rob Austin, Westley Barber, Michael Bentwood, Jeroen Bleekemolen, Gianmaria Bruni, Philip Cloostermans, Ben Collins, Jonathan Cochet,
Matt Davies, Frank Diefenbacher, Andreas Feichtner, Gastăo Fráguas, Patrick Friesacher, Lorenzo del Gallo, Ken Grandon, Andreas Gülden, Marc Hynes, Yuuji Ide, Pierre Kaffer, Toshihiro Kaneishi, Narain Karthikeyan, Nicolas Kiesa, Andrew Kirkaldy, Haruki Kurosawa, Robert Lechner, Juan Manuel Lopez, Vitor Meira, Stefan Mücke, Alexander Müller, Hirotaka Nakajima, Elran Nijenhuis, Martin O'Connell, Giorgio Pantano, Milos Pavlovic, Sébastien Philippe, Antonio Pizzonia, Andy Priaulx, Kouta Sasaki, Takuma Sato, Valerio Scassellati, Tomas Scheckter, Marino Spinozzi, Peter Sundberg, Enrico Toccacelo, Martin Tomczyk, Roberto Toninelli, Benoit Treluyer, Björn Wirdheim, Akira Yamaguchi, Yasutaka Gomi.

F399
Seiji Ara, Bernhard Auinger, Westley Barber, Tom van Bavel, Zsolt Baumgartner, Julien Beltoise, Michael Bentwood, Jeroen Bleekemolen, Gabriele de Bono, Gianmaria Bruni, Jonathan Cochet, Marc Caldonazzi, Warren Carway, Ben Collins, Matt Davies, Ryo Fukuda, Franco Ghiotto, Sergio Ghiotto, Tristan Gommendy, Sven Heidfeld, Marcel Heimberg, Val Hillebrand, Yasuyuki Honjou, Yuuji Ide, Tomoyuki Inoue, Narain Karthikeyan, Kou Hirano, "Racer" Kashima, Tsubasa Kurosawa, Lucas Lasserre, "Linos", Juan Manuel Lopez, Andre Lotterer, Kari Mäenpää, Alesandro Manetti, Giorgio Mecattaf, Kyousuke Mineo, Syougo Mitsuyama, Tiago Monteiro, Tadashi Nagamori, HidekiNishimura, Kazuyuki Nishizawa, Martin O'Connell, Alberto Pedemonte, Antonio Pizzonia, Armin Pörnbacher, Andy Priaulx, Kouta Sasaki, Kaichi Satou, Shin'ya Satou, Tomas Scheckter, Tony Schmidt, Mirco Schrepfer, Yannick Schroeder, Tor Sriachavanon, Nicolas Stelandre, Shin'ichi Takagi, Teruyuki Tokuda, Masaru Tomizawa, Takeshi Tsuchiya, Davide Uboldi, Hannu Viinikainen, Mathieu Zangarelli, Jo Zeller.

F398
Silvio Alberti, Rob Austin, Ivan Bellarosa, Enzo Buscaglia, Massimo Carli, Christian Colombo, Pĺl Richard Eidsvold, Craig Fleming, Juha Fred, Michel Frey, Gabriel Furlan, Michele Gasparini, Matthew Gilmore, Philip Hopkins, Joachim Johnsen, Atsushi Katsumata, Mark Mayall, Peter Nilsson, Gary Paffett, Armin Pörnbacher, Marcel Romanio, Marco Shärf, Angelo Valentino, Ryan Walker.

F397/8
Fulvio Cavicchi, Marko Nevalainen.

F397
Gerhard Claus, Moyonari Higuchi, Masayuki Suzuki, Julian Westwood.

F396
Teemu Anttila, Frédéric Makowiecki, David Moretti, Julien Piguet, Sanna Pinola, Christian Zeller.

F395
Teemu Anttila, Jaakko Ruotsalainen.

F394
"José Alexandre"
, Mariano Altuna, Andreas Bähler, Mariano Bainotti, Martín Canepa, Aluizio Coelho, Martín Di Cola, Franco Coscia, Hybernon Cysne, Wagner Ebrahim, Karlos Fernandes, Gastăo Fráguas, Marcos Gueiros, "Ianina", Bobby Issazahde, Ernani Júdice, Mikael Karlsson, Sergio Koffes Jr., Henry Koskinen,Göran Kropp, Giuliano Losacco, Thiago Medeiros, Vitor Meira, Juliano Moro, Thomas Mullin, Josef Neuhauser, Jari Nieminen, Joăo P. de Oliveira,Jan Östberg, Eduardo Pamplona, Christian Rocha, Maria Cristina Rosito, Peter Rössler, Hasse Schöld, Angelo Serafim, Ricardo Sperafico, Urmas Uusneem, Luiz Uva, Marcello Ventre, Gabriel Werner.

F393
Jürg Felix, Jari Koivisto, Thomas Rössler.