2005 French Grand Prix

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M.Schumacher is still 2 seconds a lap slower than the leaders though...

But losing over 1 second a lap to Alonso over the race distance is not good.

Button only making .5s a lap on him sadly.
 
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I want to see the condition of the bridgestones..I suspect they are on the tatty side.

Raikkonen and Alonso are holding at about 17 seconds apart
 
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The McLaren is the class car at the moment.

I think that Raikkonen would have easily been way in the lead if he could qualify 3rd on 30% more fuel than anyone else...
 
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Oh aye, he went 28 laps from effectively 3rd on the grid. Having said that I doubt that he would have been as heavy had he not needed an engine change. Then again he would have been even quicker with only 20 laps of fuel!
 
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Raikkonen is driver of the day for me - Alonso is a close second though...

Alonso crosses the line.

Well done Alonso...Renault win in France. :D
 
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Code:
[b]Pos	Driver		Team[/b]
1	Alonso		Renault
2	Raikkonen	McLaren
3	M.Schumacher	Ferrari
4	Button		BAR
5	Trulli		Toyota
6	Fisichella	Renault
7	R.Schumacher	Toyota
8	Villeneuve	Sauber
9	Barrichello	Farrari
10	Coulthard	Red Bull
11	Sato		BAR
12	Webber		Williams
13	Montiero	Jordan
14	Heidfeld	Williams
15	Karthikeyan	Jordan
16	Montoya		McLaren		Retired - Hydraulics
17	Albers		Minardi		Retired - Tyre Failure
18	Friesacher	Minardi		Retired - Tyre Failure
19	Massa		Sauber		Retired - Hydraulics
20	Klien		Red Bull		Retired - Fuel Pressure
 
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