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The Jordan 194 was a Formula One car for the 1994 season. The number 14 seat was taken by Rubens Barrichello and the number 15 seat was taken by Eddie Irvine. The engine was a Hart 1035 3.5 V10, a developed version of the engine which had proved promising in 1993. The simpler technical regulations of 1994 seemed to benefit Jordan and the 194 recaptured the level of performance seen in the team's debut season, 1991. Indeed, the cut-down airbox and drooping front wing of the 194 recalled the design features of the 1991 car. At Pacific GP Barrichello scored his and Jordan's first-ever F1 podium finish, with third place and placing second in the championship only behind Michael Schumacher at round 2.

As the season progressed, both drivers continued to score fairly consistently, notably Barrichello with 4th places in the British, Italian, Portuguese and Australian Grands Prix, and Irvine with 4th at the European Grand Prix and 5th in the Japanese Grand Prix. At the Belgian Grand Prix, Barrichello timed his Friday qualifying lap perfectly to record the fastest time. With Saturday qualifying wet, no one was able to beat his time, meaning he took his and Jordan's first F1 pole position and he became the then-youngest pole position holder in F1 history (a record subsequently broken by Fernando Alonso and then Lewis Hamilton, and later Sebastian Vettel).

The season ended with Jordan having scored 28 points, their then highest-ever seasonal score, and having restored themselves to 5th place in the Constructors' Championship behind the 'big four' teams of Williams, Benetton, Ferrari and McLaren.

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