2005 Spanish Grand Prix

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BAR banned for 2 races. The funniest thing is they were cheating in Imola and still weren't as fast as the Renaults or the Super Ferrari :)
 
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TomWilko said:
personally I think this will be the final nail in the coffin for Button at BAR...he'll be off next season for sure.

I do believe that Button has a clause in his current contract that if he doesn't score something like 75% of the Champions points he can leave at the end of the season... ... ...
 
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PikeyPriest said:
Shame about BAR, I hope the race isnt dull without them.

quick question - What deciedes the order for the qualifying sessions?

I have never really understood it this year.


Sat qualy is the last placed driver in the previous race first through to the first placed driver

Sun qualy is slowest to the fastest from the Sat qualy
 
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Finally someone notices that Flibster isn't doing it... :D
He asked me to do it because he was suspended for posting a review to an unreleased movie that had swearing in it... Or something like that...
 
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ashtray_head said:
Why ban Jenson.... he wouldn't have been involved with the car other than drive it so why does he have to suffer?
If they just banned the car what's Jenson going to do? Ask Williams if he can borrow a car for the race!?

BAR deserve all the get, F1 lives and dies by the rules. The most important thing is to field a legal car, if they can't do that then they don't deserve to race.
 
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F1 lives and dies by it's rules... However the rules are ultimately shoddy and should anyone ever ask for "clarification" of them you can bet that one team will be screwed over. Let us remember the whole contact patch on the michelin tyres in 2003...
 
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I'm annoyed by Ferrari being the only team not to participate in the 30 day testing limit. It's not an anti-Ferrari comment, just because a level playing field would help the interest in the sport.
 
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Friday Free Practise 1
Code:
[b]Pos	No	Driver			Team			Time[/b]
1 	35	Pedro de la Rosa 	Mclaren-Mercedes 	1:15.675 		
2	37	Christian Klien		Red Bull Racing		1:16.821			
3	8	Nick Heidfeld		Williams-BMW		1:17.047 		 
4	1	Michael Schumacher	Ferrari			1:17.574			
5	9	Kimi Räikkönen		Mclaren-Mercedes	1:17.851			
6	14	David Coulthard 	Red Bull Racing 	1:17.977	
7 	38	Ricardo Zonta		Toyota			1:18.103 		
8	15	Vitantonio Liuzzi	Red Bull Racing		1:18.112	
9	17	Ralf Schumacher		Toyota			1:18.204	
10	10	Juan Pablo Montoya	Mclaren-Mercedes	1:18.402		
11	12	Felipe Massa		Sauber-Petronas		1:19.328	
12	11	Jaques Villeneuve	Sauber-Petronas		1:20.621		
13	18	Tiago Monteiro		Jordan-Toyota		1:20.773	
14	39	Robert Doornbros	Jordan-Toyota		1:20.912	
15	19	Narain Karthikeyan	Jordan-Toyota		1:21.628		
16	21	Christijan Albers	Minardi-Cosworth	1:21.635		
17	20	Patrick Freisacher	Minardi-Cosworth	1:22.454		
18	2	Rubens Barrichello			
19	6	Giancarlo Fisichella
20	5	Fernando Alonso
21	16	Jarno Trulli
22	7	Mark Webber
 
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Sector Times - Free Practice 1
Sector 1
Code:
[b]Pos	No	Driver				Time[/b]
1 	35 	Pedro de la Rosa 		22.326					
2 	8 	Nick Heidfeld 			22.676						
3 	37 	Christian Klien 		22.680					
4 	1 	Michael Schumacher 		22.845					
5 	10 	Juan Pablo Montoya 		23.042					
6 	9 	Kimi Räikkönen 			23.062						
7 	38 	Ricardo Zonta 			23.171						
8 	15 	Vitantonio Liuzzi 		23.175					
9 	17 	Ralf Schumacher 		23.184					
10 	14 	David Coulthard 		23.329					
11 	12 	Felipe Massa 			23.398						
12 	18 	Tiago Monteiro 			23.601						
13 	19 	Narain Karthikeyan 		23.646					
14 	2 	Rubens Barrichello 		23.703					
15 	39 	Robert Doornbos 		23.882					
16 	11 	Jacques Villeneuve 		23.883					
17 	21 	Christijan Albers 		23.911					
18 	20 	Patrick Friesacher 		24.123					
19 	16 	Jarno Trulli 			695.940					
20 	6 	Giancarlo Fisichella 		927.560					
21 	5 	Fernando Alonso 		1008.275

Sector 2
Code:
[b]Pos	No	Driver				Time[/b]
1 	35 	Pedro de la Rosa 		30.248					
2 	37 	Christian Klien 		30.604					
3 	8 	Nick Heidfeld 			30.820						
4 	15 	Vitantonio Liuzzi 		31.147					
5 	1 	Michael Schumacher 		31.198					
6 	14 	David Coulthard 		31.219					
7 	9 	Kimi Räikkönen 			31.229						
8 	38 	Ricardo Zonta 			31.315						
9 	10 	Juan Pablo Montoya 		31.316					
10 	17 	Ralf Schumacher 		31.381					
11 	12 	Felipe Massa 			31.855						
12 	11 	Jacques Villeneuve 		32.093					
13 	2 	Rubens Barrichello 		32.106					
14 	18 	Tiago Monteiro 			32.421						
15 	39 	Robert Doornbos 		32.490					
16 	19 	Narain Karthikeyan 		32.530					
17 	21 	Christijan Albers 		33.028				
18 	20 	Patrick Friesacher 		33.200					
19 	5 	Fernando Alonso 		38.351					
20 	6 	Giancarlo Fisichella 		38.812					
21 	16 	Jarno Trulli 			38.942

Sector 3
Code:
[b]Pos	No	Driver				Time[/b]
1 	35 	Pedro de la Rosa 		22.885				
2 	37 	Christian Klien 		23.398				
3 	14 	David Coulthard 		23.402				
4 	8 	Nick Heidfeld 			23.435					
5 	1 	Michael Schumacher 		23.466				
6 	9 	Kimi Räikkönen 			23.555					
7 	38 	Ricardo Zonta 			23.617					
8 	17 	Ralf Schumacher 		23.639				
9 	10 	Juan Pablo Montoya 		23.730				
10 	12 	Felipe Massa 			23.732					
11 	15 	Vitantonio Liuzzi 		23.790				
12 	11 	Jacques Villeneuve 		23.949				
13 	39 	Robert Doornbos 		24.239				
14 	18 	Tiago Monteiro 			24.445					
15 	19 	Narain Karthikeyan 		24.594				
16 	21 	Christijan Albers 		24.696				
17 	20 	Patrick Friesacher 		25.131				
18 	2 	Rubens Barrichello 		25.417				
19 	6 	Giancarlo Fisichella 		33.079				
20 	5 	Fernando Alonso 		33.608				
21 	16 	Jarno Trulli 			36.622

Speed Trap

Code:
[b]Pos	No	Driver			Time		Speed[/b]
1	21	Christijan Albers	11:53:41	323.5 
2	37	Christian Klien		11:49:34	321.2 
3	35	Pedro de la Rosa	11:56:10	320.6 
4	14	David Coulthard		11:41:45	318.4 
5	18	Tiago Monteiro		11:58:24	318.4 
6	20	Patrick Friesacher	11:45:50	318.2 
7	10	Juan Pablo Montoya	11:39:26	317.4 
8	15	Vitantonio Liuzzi	11:57:25	317.4 
9	8	Nick Heidfeld		11:58:26	317.3 
10	9	Kimi Räikkönen		11:55:43	316.4 
11	1	Michael Schumacher	11:42:02	316.3 
12	19	Narain Karthikeyan	11:48:11	315.6 
13	17	Ralf Schumacher		11:58:52	314.5 
14	12	Felipe Massa		11:57:19	313.9 
15	2	Rubens Barrichello	11:27:28	313.6 
16	39	Robert Doornbos		11:49:27	313.6 
17	38	Ricardo Zonta		11:10:46	313.5 
18	11	Jacques Villeneuve	11:56:49	311.2 
19	6	Giancarlo Fisichella	11:43:05	222.6 
20	16	Jarno Trulli		11:52:32	206.5 
21	5	Fernando Alonso		11:48:21	197.1
 
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