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The Independent Online
Italy's Pierluigi Martini and Luca Badoer have been named as drivers for the Giancarlo Minardi Formula One team next season.

Imola, the track where Roland Ratzenberger and Ayrton Senna were killed last year, is have £4m spent on safety improvments in order to meet requirements for hosting the San Marino Grand Prix on 30 April.

Ferrari announced yesterday that they will start the 1995 season with a new car which has the clutch on the steering wheel and only two pedals - a brake and an accelerator. Jean Alesi, who again teams up with Gerhard Berger for Ferrari, dismissed reportsthat he may trade places with Jordan's Brazilian driver, Rubens Barrichello.