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The team was the standard-bearer for the fledgling Honda program in 1994, a move that would fail to pay dividends immediately. The squad went to a full-time two-car effort for the first time in its three-year history with Mike Groff joining Bobby Rahal. Rahal would finish 10th in the championship, with a season-best finish of second coming in Toronto, where he would lead his only laps of the season. He put on another stellar show at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway however, after the team switched from Honda to Ilmor power for the 500. Qualifying 28th, Rahal sliced through the field to finish third, starting a string of three top-10 finishes. Groff showed great promise in a strong start, finishing eighth in the season opener in Surfers Paradise, then followed that with a sixth-place run at Phoenix. That would be the last top-10 run of the year for Groff, who placed 20th in the final standings.