2005 Brazilian Gran Prix

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2005 Drivers Championship.
Code:
[b]Pos	Driver			Nationality	Team			Points [/b]
[b]1	Fernando Alonso		Spanish		Renault			117 - World Champion[/b]
2	Kimi Räikkönen		Finnish		McLaren-Mercedes	94
=4	Juan Pablo Montoya	Colombian	McLaren-Mercedes	60
=4	Michael Schumacher	German		Ferrari			60
5	Giancarlo Fisichella	Italian		Renault			45
6	Jarno Trulli		Italian		Toyota			43
=8	Ralf Schumacher		German		Toyota			38
=8	Rubens Barrichello	Brazilian	Ferrari			38
9	Jenson Button		British		BAR-Honda		32
10	Mark Webber		Australian	Williams-BMW		29
11	Nick Heidfeld		German		Williams-BMW		28
12	David Coulthard		British		Red Bull Racing		21
13	Jacques Villeneuve	Canadian	Sauber-Petronas		9
14	Felipe Massa		Brazilian	Sauber-Petronas		8
15	Tiago Monteiro		Portuguese	Jordan-Toyota		7
16	Alexander Wurz		Austrian	McLaren-Mercedes	6
=18	Narain Karthikeyan	Indian		Jordan-Toyota		5
=18	Christian Klien		Austrian	Red Bull Racing		5
=20	Christijan Albers	Dutch		Minardi-Cosworth	4
=20	Pedro de la Rosa	Spanish		McLaren-Mercedes	4
21	Patrick Friesacher 	Austrian	Minardi-Cosworth	3
22	Antonio Pizzonia	Brazilian	Williams-BMW		2
=24	Takuma Sato		Japanese 	BAR-Honda		1
=24	Vitantonio Liuzzi	Italian		Red Bull Racing		1

2005 Constructors Championship.
Code:
[b]Pos	Constructor 		Points[/b]
1	McLaren-Mercedes 	164
2	Renault			162
3	Ferrari 		98
4	Toyota 			81
5	Williams-BMW 		59
6	BAR-Honda 		33
7	Red Bull Racing 	27
8	Sauber-Petronas 	17
9	Jordan-Toyota 		12
10	Minardi-Cosworth 	7
 
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Alonso is world champion due to poor McLaren reliability, Kimi has been by far the better driver throughout but breakdowns and those stupid back 10 places engine rules have cost him.
 

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Missed most of the podium due to adverts, thanks again ITV :(.

mmj_uk said:
Alonso is world champion due to poor McLaren reliability, Kimi has been by far the better driver throughout but breakdowns and those stupid back 10 places engine rules have cost him.

Hes been world champion because he has scored more points than the rest, simply a better driver and a better package.
 
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Arc said:
Hes been world champion because he has scored more points than the rest, simply a better driver and a better package.

A better driver?? Because, let's face it, by doing just the bare minimum in the seond half of the season, he has completely outclassed both Kimi and Montoya...?

Nah, not a better driver by any stretch of the imagaination mate.
 
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