2005 Brazilian Gran Prix

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Flibster said:
Did you know... that a Formula 1 car is more fuel-efficient than a normal passenger car? While a 900bhp racing car uses 0.78 litres of petrol per bhp, a compact-class car with 75bhp uses 0.093 litres.

Erm, I'm probably having a dumb moment (there's quite a few in each day for me), doesn't this mean that a compact-class car is more efficient? I always thought that 0.093 litres was less than 0.780 litres :confused:

The A1GP should be interesting this weekend, thankfully I've got Sky+ so I'll record both qualifiers and races for later watching.

It might prove to be the kick up the behind that improves GPs in years to come if it delivers everything it claims to.
 
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Erm, I'm probably having a dumb moment (there's quite a few in each day for me), doesn't this mean that a compact-class car is more efficient? I always thought that 0.093 litres was less than 0.780 litres :confused:

The A1GP should be interesting this weekend, thankfully I've got Sky+ so I'll record both qualifiers and races for later watching.

It might prove to be the kick up the behind that improves GPs in years to come if it delivers everything it claims to.

I suspect that it's meant to be 0.078l/bhp

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How much more does a compact car weigh compared to a f1 car though? I realise this isnt any direct relation to your comment, but when the compact can move three or four people dont you have to compare one compact to four F1 cars - well maybe not but you get the drift. Thank you for the nugget anyway though
 
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Sato to leave BAR

Following the confirmation that Jenson Button will partner Rubens Barrichello at BAR next season, and that his only possible role with the Brackley team is as third, and test, driver, Takuma Sato will not stay with the team, according to his manager.

Talking to Reuters, Andrew Gilbert-Scott, said: "I can't see any point. I can't see any benefit at all because obviously there are two race drivers on long-term contracts so there's no future. We want to find something to move forward."

Although the team's test driver, Anthony Davidson, is pushing hard for a race seat with Jordan (Midland F1), the Brackley team is amassing a number of young chargers, including Alan van der Merwe, Danilo Dirani, Adam Carroll and James Rossiter. Therefore, there is a wealth of talent coming through, and little (realistic) opportunity for Sato.

There is speculation that Takuma might return to the team that gave him his F1 racing debut, Jordan, however, it is unlikely that the Toyota-powered team is going to want a former Honda protege on board.

"We are working on trying to get him in a race seat for next year, that's my priority," admitted Gilbert-Scott. "I'm hoping, I'm optimistic.

"I'm not looking at America or anything else," he continued. "I'm very optimistic that we'll get something in Formula One. "We've had a lot of support and there's been a huge amount of disappointment (in Japan) at what has happened."

Awwww....

Poor poor Sato...

:D

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Flibster said:
Awwww....

Poor poor Sato...

:D

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It's an embarassment he's managed to last as long as he did it. All he's could for is wrecking the engine or stacking the car. Can't believe he got a drive purely because he was Japanese.

Apparently there is quite a bit of uproar about Honda kicking out there only Japanese driver. What I can't understand is wouldn't it be better for BAR Honda to have two good drivers and do well in the constructors? Or have a Japanese driver who has some appeal in Japan but bins the car every race and badly affects BAR Honda's standing in the championship?

Glad to see him go either way. :D

How's the A1GP thread coming along Flib?
 
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Can't believe he got a drive purely because he was Japanese.

Are you forgetting his drive for Jordan in Japan 2002? Qualified 7th and finished 5th. Not bad for an F1 rookie in a non works engined car.

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Glad to see him go either way. :D

Not really, granted he's not the most consistent but he's shown far more sparks of speed and competitiveness than a lot of the grid over the years.
 
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Not really, granted he's not the most consistent but he's shown far more sparks of speed and competitiveness than a lot of the grid over the years.

Trust me, I AM glad to see him go. ;) Potential and talent or no. Cos I don't like him. He is consistent though, consistently poor.

Wasn't as bad as the Jap driver in the mid 90's who hit the safety car and got run over by a support vehicle though. lol. :p
 
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im no sato fan but its a bit harsh to say he got a drive just because he was japanese

"Remaining in F3 for 2001, Sato started the season as clear favourite for the British championship, with good reason. He dominated the championship and broke the record for the number of wins in the British F3 Championship with 12 out of 13 possible victories, as well as first place in the Marlboro Masters of F3 at Zandvoort and the International race supporting the British Grand Prix. He also impressed with his test outings for BAR, which took place mainly at Silverstone and Mugello. Sato ended his Formula 3 career on a high when he won the Macau Grand Prix in November 2001, taking victory in both the preliminary qualifying event and the main race and providing further evidence of the outstanding talent which has earned him a seat in Formula One with Jordan Grand Prix in 2002."
 
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That's all well and good but it's Formula 3. Compare him to Button this year and last. Same league of driver? I think not. He's erratic, prone to mistakes and hard on his car. After last season he would have been replaced if Honda didn't buy a 45% stake in BAR, in my opinion.

He could have won every race he's ever entered outside of Formula 1 and I'd still not rate him as his performances in a Formula 1 car have been shocking. Most of the time at least.
 
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Looks like its going to be a very pivotal race, if Mclaren mess this one up Alonso should win.

Can't remember what year it was (pretty recent though) there was a brilliantly destructive race where around 6 cars got crashed at the same corner. There was a pile of scrap F1 car behind the barrier, was quite an awesome site.
 
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Suppose I'd better update this now the A1GP thread is up to date ish...

Webber voted off GPDA

Mark Webber has been voted off the board of the Grand Prix Drivers' Association (GPDA).

The Australian told reporters at Interlagos that the association believed it had more directors than needed, therefore it was a case of 'last in, first out'. The remaining directors are Michael Schumacher, David Coulthard and Jarno Trulli.

"They thought four was one too many, so they had a vote," said the WilliamsF1 driver. "I haven't lost any sleep over it."

There are many that feel the GPDA lacks teeth and doesn't really dare to speak out, though Webber has been fairly outspoken on a number of issues since becoming a director. However, following a couple of incidents this season there have been 'words' between Webber and both Coulthard and Schumacher.
 
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Friday Free Practice 1.
Code:
[b]Pos	No	Driver			Team			Time[/b]
1	35	Alexander Wurz		McLaren-Mercedes	1:11.701		
2	4	Takuma Sato		BAR-Honda		1:12.738		
3	5	Fernando Alonso		Renault			1:12.782		
4	3	Jenson Button		BAR-Honda		1:12.918		
5	9	Kimi Räikkönen		McLaren-Mercedes	1:13.065		
6	6	Giancarlo Fisichella	Renault			1:13.094		
7	10	Juan Pablo Montoya	McLaren-Mercedes	1:13.256		
8	8	Antonio Pizzonia	Williams-BMW		1:13.427		
9	7	Mark Webber		Williams-BMW		1:13.509		
10	38	Ricardo Zonta		Toyota			1:13.573		
11	17	Ralf Schumacher		Toyota			1:13.788		
12	1	Michael Schumacher	Ferrari			1:14.154		
13	2	Rubens Barrichello	Ferrari			1:14.282		
14	15	Christian Klien		Red Bull Racing		1:14.468		
15	16	Jarno Trulli		Toyota			1:14.504		
16	14	David Coulthard		Red Bull Racing		1:14.724		
17	37	Vitantonio Liuzzi	Red Bull Racing		1:14.842		
18	11	Jacques Villeneuve	Sauber-Petronas		1:15.211		
19	19	Narain Karthikeyan	Jordan-Toyota		1:16.230		
20	18	Tiago Monteiro		Jordan-Toyota		1:16.230		
21	39	Nicolas Kiesa		Jordan-Toyota		1:16.351		
22	20	Robert Doornbos		Minardi-Cosworth	1:16.769		
23	21	Christijan Albers	Minardi-Cosworth	1:17.180		
24	12	Felipe Massa		Sauber-Petronas

Sector Times - Free Practice 1

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[b]Sector 1[/b]
[b]Pos	No	Driver			Time[/b]
1	35	Alexander Wurz		18.023 
2	4	Takuma Sato		18.436 
3	6	Giancarlo Fisichella	18.447 
4	5	Fernando Alonso		18.472 
5	10	Juan Pablo Montoya	18.506 
6	9	Kimi Räikkönen		18.512 
7	38	Ricardo Zonta		18.543 
8	3	Jenson Button		18.560 
9	8	Antonio Pizzonia	18.608 
10	7	Mark Webber		18.638 
11	1	Michael Schumacher	18.789 
12	17	Ralf Schumacher		18.860 
13	2	Rubens Barrichello	18.876 
14	11	Jacques Villeneuve	18.901 
15	14	David Coulthard		18.953 
16	37	Vitantonio Liuzzi	18.955 
17	16	Jarno Trulli		18.971 
18	15	Christian Klien		19.035 
19	12	Felipe Massa		19.067 
20	19	Narain Karthikeyan	19.094 
21	18	Tiago Monteiro		19.135 
22	20	Robert Doornbos		19.371 
23	21	Christijan Albers	19.553 
24	39	Nicolas Kiesa		19.560

Code:
[b]Sector 2 [/b]
[b]Pos	No	Driver			Time[/b]
1	35	Alexander Wurz		37.008 
2	3	Jenson Button		37.035 
3	4	Takuma Sato		37.220 
4	5	Fernando Alonso		37.305 
5	9	Kimi Räikkönen		37.380 
6	7	Mark Webber		37.383 
7	10	Juan Pablo Montoya	37.470 
8	8	Antonio Pizzonia	37.529 
9	6	Giancarlo Fisichella	37.557 
10	17	Ralf Schumacher		37.561 
11	2	Rubens Barrichello	37.803 
12	1	Michael Schumacher	37.806 
13	38	Ricardo Zonta		37.842 
14	15	Christian Klien		37.953 
15	16	Jarno Trulli		37.998 
16	37	Vitantonio Liuzzi	38.116 
17	14	David Coulthard		38.130 
18	12	Felipe Massa		38.499 
19	11	Jacques Villeneuve	38.600 
20	39	Nicolas Kiesa		39.013 
21	19	Narain Karthikeyan	39.084 
22	18	Tiago Monteiro		39.295 
23	20	Robert Doornbos		39.588 
24	21	Christijan Albers	39.704

Code:
[b]Sector 3 [/b]
[b]Pos	No	Driver			Time[/b]
1	35	Alexander Wurz		16.624 
2	5	Fernando Alonso		16.972 
3	6	Giancarlo Fisichella	17.010 
4	9	Kimi Räikkönen		17.039 
5	4	Takuma Sato		17.065 
6	10	Juan Pablo Montoya	17.093 
7	8	Antonio Pizzonia	17.169 
8	38	Ricardo Zonta		17.188 
9	7	Mark Webber		17.282 
10	11	Jacques Villeneuve	17.317 
11	3	Jenson Button		17.323 
12	15	Christian Klien		17.351 
13	17	Ralf Schumacher		17.367 
14	14	David Coulthard		17.405 
15	1	Michael Schumacher	17.474 
16	37	Vitantonio Liuzzi	17.485 
17	2	Rubens Barrichello	17.530 
18	16	Jarno Trulli		17.535 
19	39	Nicolas Kiesa		17.609 
20	20	Robert Doornbos		17.621 
21	19	Narain Karthikeyan	17.643 
22	18	Tiago Monteiro		17.663 
23	12	Felipe Massa		17.673 
24	21	Christijan Albers	17.911

Speed Trap

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[b]Pos	No	Driver			Time		Speed[/b]
1	35	Alexander Wurz		11:57:35	326.4 
2	9	Kimi Räikkönen		11:58:54	322.8 
3	5	Fernando Alonso		11:58:31	322.2 
4	6	Giancarlo Fisichella	11:56:55	320.9 
5	11	Jacques Villeneuve	11:42:40	318.9 
6	38	Ricardo Zonta		11:41:14	316.9 
7	12	Felipe Massa		11:58:12	316.1 
8	10	Juan Pablo Montoya	11:55:21	315.6 
9	4	Takuma Sato		11:57:28	313.6 
10	1	Michael Schumacher	11:41:51	312.9 
11	18	Tiago Monteiro		11:59:58	312.5 
12	7	Mark Webber		11:58:10	312.4 
13	17	Ralf Schumacher		11:55:30	312.2 
14	8	Antonio Pizzonia	11:56:21	311.5 
15	3	Jenson Button		11:56:41	311.5 
16	2	Rubens Barrichello	11:59:33	310.4 
17	16	Jarno Trulli		11:54:49	309.8 
18	37	Vitantonio Liuzzi	11:57:05	309.5 
19	15	Christian Klien		11:56:50	307.9 
20	19	Narain Karthikeyan	11:57:22	307.1 
21	39	Nicolas Kiesa		11:36:04	306.7 
22	14	David Coulthard		11:52:39	306.5 
23	20	Robert Doornbos		11:56:14	306.3 
24	21	Christijan Albers	11:39:15	305.9
 
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Friday Free Practice 2.
Code:
[b]Pos	No	Driver			Team			Time[/b]
1	35	Alexander Wurz		McLaren-Mercedes	1:12.083		
2	10	Juan Pablo Montoya	McLaren-Mercedes	1:12.694		
3	38	Ricardo Zonta		Toyota			1:12.706		
4	12	Felipe Massa		Sauber-Petronas		1:12.710		
5	2	Rubens Barrichello	Ferrari			1:13.088		
6	9	Kimi Räikkönen		McLaren-Mercedes	1:13.172		
7	11	Jacques Villeneuve	Sauber-Petronas		1:13.202		
8	1	Michael Schumacher	Ferrari			1:13.205		
9	16	Jarno Trulli		Toyota			1:13.493		
10	6	Giancarlo Fisichella	Renault			1:13.518		
11	5	Fernando Alonso		Renault			1:13.545		
12	7	Mark Webber		Williams-BMW		1:13.650		
13	8	Antonio Pizzonia	Williams-BMW		1:13.828		
14	20	Robert Doornbos		Minardi-Cosworth	1:13.922		
15	14	David Coulthard		Red Bull Racing		1:14.006		
16	37	Vitantonio Liuzzi	Red Bull Racing		1:14.141		
17	3	Jenson Button		BAR-Honda		1:14.189		
18	17	Ralf Schumacher		Toyota			1:14.427		
19	21	Christijan Albers	Minardi-Cosworth	1:14.563		
20	4	Takuma Sato		BAR-Honda		1:14.584		
21	18	Tiago Monteiro		Jordan-Toyota		1:14.671		
22	15	Christian Klien		Red Bull Racing		1:14.698		
23	39	Nicolas Kiesa		Jordan-Toyota		1:15.094		
24	19	Narain Karthikeyan	Jordan-Toyota		1:15.187

Sector Times - Free Practice 2

Code:
[b]Sector 1[/b]
[b]Pos	No	Driver			Time[/b]
1	35	Alexander Wurz		18.116 
2	38	Ricardo Zonta		18.230 
3	10	Juan Pablo Montoya	18.267 
4	12	Felipe Massa		18.295 
5	9	Kimi Räikkönen		18.313 
6	2	Rubens Barrichello	18.427 
7	5	Fernando Alonso		18.447 
8	6	Giancarlo Fisichella	18.454 
9	11	Jacques Villeneuve	18.470 
10	1	Michael Schumacher	18.500 
11	16	Jarno Trulli		18.543 
12	8	Antonio Pizzonia	18.621 
13	7	Mark Webber		18.639 
14	37	Vitantonio Liuzzi	18.665 
15	17	Ralf Schumacher		18.682 
16	3	Jenson Button		18.700 
17	20	Robert Doornbos		18.739 
18	14	David Coulthard		18.740 
19	4	Takuma Sato		18.757 
20	21	Christijan Albers	18.765 
21	18	Tiago Monteiro		18.852 
22	19	Narain Karthikeyan	18.889 
23	15	Christian Klien		18.900 
24	39	Nicolas Kiesa		19.007

Code:
[b]Sector 2 [/b]
[b]Pos	No	Driver			Time[/b]
1	38	Ricardo Zonta		36.880 
2	12	Felipe Massa		36.932 
3	35	Alexander Wurz		37.060 
4	10	Juan Pablo Montoya	37.219 
5	1	Michael Schumacher	37.263 
6	2	Rubens Barrichello	37.279 
7	16	Jarno Trulli		37.353 
8	11	Jacques Villeneuve	37.379 
9	7	Mark Webber		37.461 
10	9	Kimi Räikkönen		37.547 
11	6	Giancarlo Fisichella	37.680 
12	14	David Coulthard		37.688 
13	5	Fernando Alonso		37.767 
14	3	Jenson Button		37.835 
15	20	Robert Doornbos		37.876 
16	8	Antonio Pizzonia	37.881 
17	37	Vitantonio Liuzzi	38.048 
18	15	Christian Klien		38.048 
19	17	Ralf Schumacher		38.105 
20	21	Christijan Albers	38.135 
21	4	Takuma Sato		38.213 
22	18	Tiago Monteiro		38.319 
23	39	Nicolas Kiesa		38.449 
24	19	Narain Karthikeyan	38.498

Code:
[b]Sector 3 [/b]
[b]Pos	No	Driver			Time[/b]
1	35	Alexander Wurz		16.907 
2	9	Kimi Räikkönen		17.190 
3	10	Juan Pablo Montoya	17.208 
4	6	Giancarlo Fisichella	17.221 
5	11	Jacques Villeneuve	17.225 
6	5	Fernando Alonso		17.243 
7	38	Ricardo Zonta		17.248 
8	20	Robert Doornbos		17.255 
9	8	Antonio Pizzonia	17.326 
10	12	Felipe Massa		17.339 
11	18	Tiago Monteiro		17.360 
12	2	Rubens Barrichello	17.382 
13	37	Vitantonio Liuzzi	17.428 
14	4	Takuma Sato		17.435 
15	1	Michael Schumacher	17.442 
16	7	Mark Webber		17.479 
17	3	Jenson Button		17.490 
18	21	Christijan Albers	17.496 
19	16	Jarno Trulli		17.504 
20	39	Nicolas Kiesa		17.546 
21	14	David Coulthard		17.570 
22	17	Ralf Schumacher		17.619 
23	15	Christian Klien		17.672 
24	19	Narain Karthikeyan	17.722

Speed Trap

Code:
[b]Pos	No	Driver			Time		Speed[/b]
1	35	Alexander Wurz		14:47:36	324.1 
2	9	Kimi Räikkönen		14:59:17	322.0 
3	6	Giancarlo Fisichella	14:48:15	321.8 
4	38	Ricardo Zonta		14:55:46	321.1 
5	5	Fernando Alonso		14:59:36	321.0 
6	1	Michael Schumacher	14:59:04	317.4 
7	10	Juan Pablo Montoya	14:49:00	317.0 
8	4	Takuma Sato		14:58:23	314.9 
9	2	Rubens Barrichello	14:54:48	314.5 
10	11	Jacques Villeneuve	14:16:32	314.5 
11	12	Felipe Massa		14:29:53	313.4 
12	16	Jarno Trulli		14:59:03	313.4 
13	37	Vitantonio Liuzzi	14:59:40	313.0 
14	3	Jenson Button		14:41:22	312.2 
15	21	Christijan Albers	14:51:24	311.7 
16	8	Antonio Pizzonia	14:47:55	311.2 
17	17	Ralf Schumacher		14:51:21	310.7 
18	7	Mark Webber		14:16:33	310.3 
19	20	Robert Doornbos		14:37:40	310.0 
20	18	Tiago Monteiro		14:36:50	309.5 
21	14	David Coulthard		14:47:54	308.7 
22	39	Nicolas Kiesa		14:57:14	307.5 
23	19	Narain Karthikeyan	14:48:08	304.9 
24	15	Christian Klien		14:24:52	302.0
 
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KEKE: NICO IN WITH WILLIAMS CHANCE

Former world champion Keke Rosberg believes his son Nico is in with a chance of making his Formula 1 debut with Williams this season.

Uncertainty over whether the Grove team’s injured regular driver Nick Heidfeld will be fit to race again this season has prompted speculation that GP2 star Rosberg will be drafted in for the season-closing races in Japan and China.

Rosberg Snr admits no deal has been done, but is optimistic that Williams will take the plunge.

Speaking at the A1GP meeting at Brands Hatch, he told ITV-F1.com: “It’s not for me to say because Williams are the ones with all the data, and they know whether or not Nico is capable of doing it.

“But there’s been a lot of speculation and you’d have to assume there’s something in it.”

However, Williams technical director Sam Michael suggested that, while 20-year-old Rosberg is highly rated by the team, it may be premature to throw him in at the deep end before he has gained more experience.

“I would say it is unlikely but there is still a possibility there,” Michael told Autosport-Atlas at Interlagos.

“[Rosberg] is obviously a very good young driver, he is definitely on our list for the future, but whether he races for the last two grands prix is something that Frank Williams can decide race by race.”

Michael emphasised the team’s high estimation of Rosberg’s potential, and confirmed that the German-born driver is on its shortlist for the vacant race seat alongside Mark Webber in 2006.

“I think he has shown what he can do in GP2,” Michael said.

“Everyone has seen what he has done this year is pretty good, and what he has shown us inside a Formula 1 car is pretty good as well.

“Frank has got a couple of options for our second race seat and Nico is definitely one of the guys on that list, as are others, so we will have to wait and see.

“[When Williams first tested him] we could see straight away that he was a very intelligent guy, probably one of the smartest of his age I have come across.

“When I say the smartest I mean from an engineering perspective; he had a very good understanding of car dynamics, tyres and things like that, even at that age, and that was pretty impressive.

“I guess that has come through things handed down by his father.”

BMW: JV'S PLACE IS NOT ASSURED

BMW motorsport boss Mario Theissen has made it clear that Jacques Villeneuve’s position in the German manufacturer’s works squad for 2006 is not assured – despite the driver’s claims that he has a cast-iron contract.

“We have been fully focused on getting Nick [Heidfeld] under contract for next year in the first instance and now we are looking into the other issue,” Theissen told news agency Reuters.

Villeneuve maintains that BMW is bound by his existing two-year contract with Sauber, which runs until the end of 2006.

But the former world champion’s lacklustre form in the first part of the season and the BMW takeover in the summer put his position in the team into jeopardy.

Villeneuve has since raised his game and begun to match and sometimes beat Ferrari-bound team-mate Felipe Massa – a fact acknowledged by current team boss Peter Sauber.

Theissen says that JV’s recent performances have improved his chances of retaining the drive, but stressed that he has more to do to prove he is the right choice for BMW.

“Apparently we all saw that even a world champion cannot return after a period of being out of the sport and be competitive right from the start. So Jacques's first half of the season was certainly not encouraging,” said Theissen.

“Now he is catching up and we just decided we wanted to see him in the second half of the season.

“We don’t see ourselves under any time pressure but that’s on our table now. You will see the definite line-up at the first race. Anything can happen in Formula 1.”

Other candidates on BMW’s shortlist are believed to include BAR test driver Anthony Davidson and his McLaren counterpart Alex Wurz.
 
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Saturday Free Practice 1.
Code:
[b]Pos	No	Driver			Team			Time[/b]
1	5	Fernando Alonso		Renault			1:12.738		
2	6	Giancarlo Fisichella	Renault			1:12.789		
3	10	Juan Pablo Montoya	McLaren-Mercedes	1:13.050		
4	9	Kimi Räikkönen		McLaren-Mercedes	1:13.088		
5	3	Jenson Button		BAR-Honda		1:13.186		
6	2	Rubens Barrichello	Ferrari			1:13.529		
7	8	Antonio Pizzonia	Williams-BMW		1:13.795		
8	16	Jarno Trulli		Toyota			1:13.869		
9	17	Ralf Schumacher		Toyota			1:13.908		
10	1	Michael Schumacher	Ferrari			1:13.952		
11	4	Takuma Sato		BAR-Honda		1:14.042		
12	15	Christian Klien		Red Bull Racing		1:14.051		
13	7	Mark Webber		Williams-BMW		1:14.112		
14	12	Felipe Massa		Sauber-Petronas		1:14.255		
15	14	David Coulthard		Red Bull Racing		1:14.401		
16	11	Jacques Villeneuve	Sauber-Petronas		1:14.479		
17	18	Tiago Monteiro		Jordan-Toyota		1:14.851		
18	19	Narain Karthikeyan	Jordan-Toyota		1:15.252		
19	20	Robert Doornbos		Minardi-Cosworth	1:15.772		
20	21	Christijan Albers	Minardi-Cosworth	1:15.815

Sector Times - Free Practice 3

Code:
[b]Sector 1[/b]
[b]Pos	No	Driver			Time[/b]
1	10	Juan Pablo Montoya	18.383 
2	6	Giancarlo Fisichella	18.424 
3	5	Fernando Alonso		18.447 
4	9	Kimi Räikkönen		18.482 
5	3	Jenson Button		18.584 
6	16	Jarno Trulli		18.611 
7	17	Ralf Schumacher		18.633 
8	12	Felipe Massa		18.711 
9	1	Michael Schumacher	18.733 
10	2	Rubens Barrichello	18.749 
11	4	Takuma Sato		18.753 
12	8	Antonio Pizzonia	18.791 
13	11	Jacques Villeneuve	18.798 
14	15	Christian Klien		18.812 
15	14	David Coulthard		18.881 
16	7	Mark Webber		18.919 
17	18	Tiago Monteiro		18.921 
18	20	Robert Doornbos		19.101 
19	19	Narain Karthikeyan	19.104 
20	21	Christijan Albers	19.322

Code:
[b]Sector 2 [/b]
[b]Pos	No	Driver			Time[/b]
1	5	Fernando Alonso		37.128 
2	6	Giancarlo Fisichella	37.365 
3	9	Kimi Räikkönen		37.373 
4	3	Jenson Button		37.412 
5	2	Rubens Barrichello	37.448 
6	10	Juan Pablo Montoya	37.471 
7	17	Ralf Schumacher		37.698 
8	7	Mark Webber		37.730 
9	8	Antonio Pizzonia	37.743 
10	16	Jarno Trulli		37.833 
11	1	Michael Schumacher	37.866 
12	15	Christian Klien		37.901 
13	14	David Coulthard		37.957 
14	4	Takuma Sato		38.011 
15	12	Felipe Massa		38.016 
16	11	Jacques Villeneuve	38.125 
17	18	Tiago Monteiro		38.404 
18	19	Narain Karthikeyan	38.658 
19	21	Christijan Albers	38.776 
20	20	Robert Doornbos		38.952

Code:
[b]Sector 3 [/b]
[b]Pos	No	Driver			Time[/b]
1	5	Fernando Alonso		16.864 
2	10	Juan Pablo Montoya	16.920 
3	6	Giancarlo Fisichella	16.946 
4	9	Kimi Räikkönen		17.016 
5	3	Jenson Button		17.190 
6	4	Takuma Sato		17.199 
7	8	Antonio Pizzonia	17.230 
8	16	Jarno Trulli		17.266 
9	15	Christian Klien		17.275 
10	1	Michael Schumacher	17.278 
11	7	Mark Webber		17.304 
12	17	Ralf Schumacher		17.305 
13	2	Rubens Barrichello	17.332 
14	12	Felipe Massa		17.417 
15	18	Tiago Monteiro		17.423 
16	19	Narain Karthikeyan	17.447 
17	20	Robert Doornbos		17.451 
18	11	Jacques Villeneuve	17.468 
19	14	David Coulthard		17.513 
20	21	Christijan Albers	17.649

Speed Trap

Code:
[b]Pos	No	Driver			Time		Speed[/b]
1	10	Juan Pablo Montoya	9:43:46		325.3 
2	9	Kimi Räikkönen		9:42:24		323.5 
3	6	Giancarlo Fisichella	9:25:19		323.2 
4	16	Jarno Trulli		9:44:29		320.0 
5	12	Felipe Massa		9:38:55		319.2 
6	5	Fernando Alonso		9:41:04		319.2 
7	11	Jacques Villeneuve	9:43:18		318.4 
8	8	Antonio Pizzonia	9:43:04		318.3 
9	1	Michael Schumacher	9:43:57		318.1 
10	17	Ralf Schumacher		9:43:00		317.9 
11	3	Jenson Button		9:36:47		317.8 
12	4	Takuma Sato		9:37:42		317.8 
13	2	Rubens Barrichello	9:44:56		317.5 
14	18	Tiago Monteiro		9:44:00		316.4 
15	14	David Coulthard		9:40:48		315.9 
16	19	Narain Karthikeyan	9:27:16		315.5 
17	7	Mark Webber		9:39:41		313.4 
18	15	Christian Klien		9:21:51		312.3 
19	21	Christijan Albers	9:42:30		309.9 
20	20	Robert Doornbos		9:41:56		309.7
 
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Code:
[b]Pos	No	Driver			Team			Time[/b]
1	9	Kimi Räikkönen		McLaren-Mercedes	1:11.929		
2	5	Fernando Alonso		Renault			1:12.110		
3	3	Jenson Button		BAR-Honda		1:12.148		
4	6	Giancarlo Fisichella	Renault			1:12.158		
5	10	Juan Pablo Montoya	McLaren-Mercedes	1:12.292		
6	2	Rubens Barrichello	Ferrari			1:12.382		
7	1	Michael Schumacher	Ferrari			1:12.453		
8	17	Ralf Schumacher		Toyota			1:12.509		
9	8	Antonio Pizzonia	Williams-BMW		1:12.752		
10	12	Felipe Massa		Sauber-Petronas		1:12.799		
11	15	Christian Klien		Red Bull Racing		1:12.811		
12	14	David Coulthard		Red Bull Racing		1:13.199		
13	16	Jarno Trulli		Toyota			1:13.222		
14	19	Narain Karthikeyan	Jordan-Toyota		1:13.242		
15	18	Tiago Monteiro		Jordan-Toyota		1:13.305		
16	11	Jacques Villeneuve	Sauber-Petronas		1:13.508		
17	4	Takuma Sato		BAR-Honda		1:13.817		
18	21	Christijan Albers	Minardi-Cosworth	1:14.012		
19	7	Mark Webber		Williams-BMW		1:14.114		
20	20	Robert Doornbos		Minardi-Cosworth	1:14.595

Sector Times - Free Practice 4

Code:
[b]Sector 1[/b]
[b]Pos	No	Driver			Time[/b]
1	5	Fernando Alonso		18.270 
2	6	Giancarlo Fisichella	18.302 
3	10	Juan Pablo Montoya	18.333 
4	15	Christian Klien		18.352 
5	3	Jenson Button		18.354 
6	2	Rubens Barrichello	18.359 
7	9	Kimi Räikkönen		18.371 
8	17	Ralf Schumacher		18.420 
9	1	Michael Schumacher	18.480 
10	12	Felipe Massa		18.500 
11	16	Jarno Trulli		18.531 
12	8	Antonio Pizzonia	18.563 
13	14	David Coulthard		18.576 
14	11	Jacques Villeneuve	18.620 
15	4	Takuma Sato		18.634 
16	18	Tiago Monteiro		18.642 
17	7	Mark Webber		18.695 
18	19	Narain Karthikeyan	18.705 
19	21	Christijan Albers	18.844 
20	20	Robert Doornbos		18.898

Code:
[b]Sector 2 [/b]
[b]Pos	No	Driver			Time[/b]
1	9	Kimi Räikkönen		36.736 
2	5	Fernando Alonso		36.787 
3	3	Jenson Button		36.793 
4	2	Rubens Barrichello	36.825 
5	17	Ralf Schumacher		36.825 
6	6	Giancarlo Fisichella	36.847 
7	10	Juan Pablo Montoya	36.878 
8	1	Michael Schumacher	36.954 
9	12	Felipe Massa		37.005 
10	8	Antonio Pizzonia	37.116 
11	15	Christian Klien		37.254 
12	11	Jacques Villeneuve	37.352 
13	19	Narain Karthikeyan	37.389 
14	14	David Coulthard		37.414 
15	18	Tiago Monteiro		37.420 
16	16	Jarno Trulli		37.521 
17	7	Mark Webber		37.789 
18	21	Christijan Albers	37.823 
19	4	Takuma Sato		37.931 
20	20	Robert Doornbos		38.251

Code:
[b]Sector 3 [/b]
[b]Pos	No	Driver			Time[/b]
1	9	Kimi Räikkönen		16.790 
2	10	Juan Pablo Montoya	16.790 
3	5	Fernando Alonso		16.829 
4	6	Giancarlo Fisichella	16.953 
5	17	Ralf Schumacher		16.965 
6	3	Jenson Button		17.001 
7	1	Michael Schumacher	17.007 
8	8	Antonio Pizzonia	17.073 
9	19	Narain Karthikeyan	17.130 
10	4	Takuma Sato		17.133 
11	18	Tiago Monteiro		17.138 
12	2	Rubens Barrichello	17.139 
13	7	Mark Webber		17.147 
14	16	Jarno Trulli		17.170 
15	14	David Coulthard		17.200 
16	15	Christian Klien		17.205 
17	12	Felipe Massa		17.210 
18	21	Christijan Albers	17.273 
19	20	Robert Doornbos		17.316 
20	11	Jacques Villeneuve	17.318

Speed Trap

Code:
[b]Pos	No	Driver			Time		Speed[/b]
1	6	Giancarlo Fisichella	10:58:09	325.3 
2	9	Kimi Räikkönen		10:22:36	324.1 
3	5	Fernando Alonso		10:44:11	323.8 
4	1	Michael Schumacher	10:32:29	323.5 
5	10	Juan Pablo Montoya	10:25:24	322.7 
6	4	Takuma Sato		10:27:15	322.0 
7	3	Jenson Button		10:56:31	320.9 
8	15	Christian Klien		10:57:24	320.0 
9	2	Rubens Barrichello	10:46:50	320.0 
10	16	Jarno Trulli		10:56:27	320.0 
11	21	Christijan Albers	10:46:41	319.6 
12	12	Felipe Massa		10:54:15	319.6 
13	14	David Coulthard		10:58:19	319.4 
14	17	Ralf Schumacher		10:59:12	318.6 
15	8	Antonio Pizzonia	10:59:48	318.6 
16	20	Robert Doornbos		10:57:53	317.3 
17	19	Narain Karthikeyan	10:56:03	317.1 
18	18	Tiago Monteiro		10:48:05	316.9 
19	11	Jacques Villeneuve	10:23:17	316.5 
20	7	Mark Webber		10:58:57	316.5
 
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