The race marked the return to the Formula One calendar for the Argentine country after being off the calendar since 1981. The race was removed from the calendar originally due to the retirement of Carlos Reutemann and Argentina's invasion of the Falkland Islands. It was reinstated following President Carlos Menem's rise into power in 1989. To celebrate its return to the calendar, Reutemann drove a demonstration lap aboard the 1994 Ferrari 412T1 car around the wet Autódromo Oscar Alfredo Gálvez circuit on the Thursday afternoon before the race.
The track, however, was criticised due to its "dirtiness". The track was held on the "No.6" configuration, the previous Argentine Grands Prix were all held at Oscar Galvez, but on the "No.9" and the fast and rather dangerous "No.15" configurations.
During the break between the Brazilian Grand Prix and the Argentine Grand Prix, the FIA rescinded the rule requiring that holes be cut in the airboxes; consequently, all the cars arrived at the circuit with their airbox holes filled.
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