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Old 05-05-2005, 02:40 PM   #41
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BAR and Button get two-race ban

The BAR team has been banned for two races for running an underweight car at the San Marino Grand Prix.

An appeal court of motorsport's ruling body the FIA also stripped BAR of the 10 points won by Jenson Button and team-mate Takuma Sato at Imola. But it stopped short of meeting the FIA's request that BAR be thrown out of the Formula One championship.

Button and Sato will now have to sit out Sunday's Spanish Grand Prix and the Monaco Grand Prix on 22 May. And the decision to exclude BAR's San Marino results means the team and its drivers will have no points when they return for the European Grand Prix at the Nurburgring on 29 May.

A further six-month ban has been suspended for a year.

The ruling was the toughest sanction taken against a Formula One team for 20 years.

BAR plan to fight Grand Prix ban

BAR have reacted angrily after being banned for two races for running an underweight car at the San Marino GP. The team said it was still considering its options and hoped to race in the Spanish Grand Prix on Sunday.
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Old 05-06-2005, 06:12 PM   #42
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CIRCUIT DE CATALUNYA, BARCELONA, SPAIN,
8 MAY 2005




Creation date: 1991

First F1 Grand Prix: 29 September 1991

Grand Prix held: 14

Spectactor capacity: around 104000

Track length: 4.627 km

Number of laps: 66 (305.256 Km)

Number of corners: 13 (left:5) (right:8)

Top speed: 325 Km/h

Downforce setup: medium

Best lap: M. Schumacher - 1'17''450 (2004, Ferrari)

Record Pole: M. Schumacher - 1'15''022 (2004, Ferrari)

2004 Pole: M. Schumacher - 1'15''022 (Ferrari)

2004 Podium
1. M. Schumacher
2. R. Barrichello
3. J. Trulli
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Old 05-07-2005, 09:04 AM   #43
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The 1st Qualifying Results

1 J Trulli (Toyota) 1:14.795
2 F Alonso (Renault) 1:14.811
3 K Raikkonen (McLaren) 1:14.819
4 R Schumacher (Toyota) 1:14.870
5 N Heidfeld (Williams) 1:15.038
6 M Webber (Williams) 1:15.042
7 M Schumacher (Ferrari) 1:15.398
8 G Fisichella (Renault) 1:15.601
9 R Barrichello (Ferrari) 1:15.746
10 D Coulthard (Red Bull) 1:15.795
11 F Massa (Sauber) 1.15:863
12 J Montoya (McLaren) 1:15.902
13 V Liuzzi (Red Bull) 1:16.228
14 J Villeneuve (Sauber) 1:16.794
15 N Karthikeyan (Jordan) 1:18.557
16 T Monteiro (Jordan) 1:19.040
17 C Albers (Minardi) 1:19.563
18 P Friesacher (Minardi) 1:20.306

Rubens Barrichello's poor season continued as the Ferrari driver was docked 10 places on the starting grid for Sunday's Spanish Grand Prix. The team spotted a problem with his engine ahead of Saturday qualifying and were forced to replace it.

Nick Heidfeld was also penalised 10 places on the grid because his Williams also needed a new engine. Engine partners BMW said they had discovered a defective exhaust valve.

Jenson Button and Takuma Sato will not be in the next two races after BAR-Honda decided not to challenge the two-race ban handed to it by the FIA International Court of Appeal on Thursday.
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Old 05-07-2005, 09:30 AM   #44
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This time Räikkönen will beat them all! It would be nice if Trulli took the pole, not Alonso this time.
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Old 05-08-2005, 07:18 AM   #45
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Final Grid Positions

1 K Raikkonen (McLaren) 2:31.421
2 M Webber (Williams) 2:31.668
3 F Alonso (Renault) 2:31.691
4 R Schumacher (Toyota) 2:31.917
5 J Trulli (Toyota) 2:31.995
6 G Fisichella (Renault) 2:32.830
7 J Montoya (McLaren) 2:33.472
8 M Schumacher (Ferrari) 2:33.551
9 D Coulthard (Red Bull) 2:34.168
10 F Massa (Sauber) 2:34.224
11 V Liuzzi (Red Bull) 2:35.302
12 J Villeneuve (Sauber) 2:36.480
13 N Karthikeyan (Jordan) 2:39.268
14 T Monteiro (Jordan) 2:39.943
15 C Albers (Minardi) 2:41.141
16 P Friesacher (Minardi) 2:42.759
17 N Heidfeld (Williams) no time
18 R Barrichello (Ferrari) no time

Not long to go before the start of the race - let's hope for a race as good as San Marino two weeks ago
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Old 05-08-2005, 11:17 AM   #46
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Results from the 2005 Spanish Grand Prix



1. 9 RAIKKONEN McLaren Mercedes M
2. 5 ALONSO Renault M +27.6 secs
3. 16 TRULLI Toyota M +45.9 sec
4. 17 R.SCHUMACHER Toyota M +46.7 secs
5. 6 FISICHELLA Renault M +57.9 secs
6. 7 WEBBER Williams BMW M +68.5 secs
7. 10 MONTOYA McLaren Mercedes M + 1 lap
8. 14 COULTHARD RedBull Cosworth M + 1 lap
9. 2 BARRICHELLO Ferrari B + 1 lap
10. 8 HEIDFELD Williams BMW M + 1 lap
11. 12 MASSA Sauber Petronas M + 3 laps
12. 18 MONTEIRO Jordan Toyota B + 3 laps
13. 19 KARTHIKEYAN Jordan Toyota B + 3 laps
14. 11 VILLENEUVE Sauber Petronas M DNF
15. 1 M.SCHUMACHER Ferrari B DNF
16. 21 ALBERS Minardi Cosworth B DNF
17. 20 FRIESACHER Minardi Cosworth B DNF
18. 15 LIUZZI RedBull Cosworth M DNF


Kimi Raikkonen produced a stunning drive to win the Spanish Grand Prix and deny championship leader Fernando Alonso a fourth straight victory.
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Old 05-08-2005, 11:33 AM   #47
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Current Driver and Constructer World Championship Standings

Drivers:


1 Fernando Alonso 44
2 Jarno Trulli 26
3 Kimi Raikkonen 17
4 Giancarlo Fisichella 14
5 Ralf Schumacher 14
6 Mark Webber 12
7 Michael Schumacher 10
8 David Coulthard 10
9 Juan Pablo Montoya 10
10 Nick Heidfeld 9
11 Rubens Barrichello 8
12 Alexander Wurz 6
13 Jacques Villeneuve 5
14 Pedro de la Rosa 4
15 Christian Klien 3
16 Felipe Massa 2
17 Vitantonio Liuzzi 1

Jenson Button deducted 6 points after BAR disqualification from San Marino GP
Takuma Sato deducted 4 points after BAR disqualification from San Marino GP

Constructers:

1 Renault 58
2 Toyota 40
3 McLaren 37
4 Williams 21
5 Ferrari 18
6 Red Bull 14
7 Sauber 7

BAR deducted 10 points after disqualification from San Marino GP
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I am starting to dislike the new qualifying format as well as the new one-tyre rule. I think to make F1 even more tactically competitive, FIA should allow two sets of tyres per race weekend. Use them as you like and change them as you see tactically advantageous. This can bring a whole great perspective on tactics and race strategies.
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Old 05-08-2005, 12:21 PM   #49
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I agree, pit stops have become a lot more boring since the new rules about one set of tyres came in. These new rules are suppost to enable teams to cut their costs and therefore the smaller teams have more of a chance to become competitive, but the bigger teams are just spending more money to develop faster cars within the rules.

Todays faster lap (Giancarlo Fisichella) was nearly two seconds faster than any lap previously - it doesn't seem like the rules are slowing the cars down as they are suppost to.
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Old 05-14-2005, 04:51 AM   #50
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F1 News

Toyota investigated over licence

Toyota could face sanctions from Formula One's governing body after it emerged the team has competed for years without the correct licence.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/moto...ne/4544973.stm

BMW chief denies Formula One exit

BMW has dismissed speculation that it could quit Formula One because of the Williams team's disappointing results.

Chief executive Helmut Panke said: "We are not satisfied with the sixth and seventh places, and we are in intensive discussions on how to do better.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/moto...ne/4544463.stm

Wurz unscathed after heavy crash

McLaren stand-in driver Alexander Wurz escaped unhurt after suffering a massive crash in testing.

The Austrian test driver crashed at the fastest part of the Le Castellet circuit in southern France where speeds can reach 270kph.

McLaren vow to retain Raikkonen

McLaren say they will battle to retain the services of last weekend's Spanish Grand Prix winner Kimi Raikkonen.

Ferrari boss Jean Todt has made no secret of his admiration for the Finn, who they are eyeing as a potential successor to Michael Schumacher.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/moto...ne/4540127.stm
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Wow what a good post there expo keep up with the upadates. Alonso is making me proud!!
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expo, know anything about diamonds in the helmets of Montoya and Raikkonen for Monte Carlo? Didn't think they'd try it again after Jaguar's Christian Klein's farce last year.
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expo, know anything about diamonds in the helmets of Montoya and Raikkonen for Monte Carlo? Didn't think they'd try it again after Jaguar's Christian Klein's farce last year.
I am not sure if diamonds are going to be a feature of the divers helmets or of the McLaren cars but Steinmetz in association with Team McLaren Mercedes will be on board the luxury, super-yacht the SS Delphine, playing host to a selection of Grand Prix legends, Royalty, Hollywood stars, friends and F1 luminaries for the duration of the Monte Carlo Grand Prix Weekend.

The idea behind it is to launch Steinmetz's new collection of diamond jewellery.
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Old 05-19-2005, 02:43 PM   #54
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MONACO GRAND PRIX 22 MAY 2005



Creation date: 1950

First F1 Grand Prix: 21 May 1950

Grand Prix held: 51

Spectactor capacity: around 120000

Track length: 3.340 km

Number of laps: 78 (260.520 Km)

Number of corners: 16 (left:6) (right:10)

Top speed: 305 Km/h

Downforce setup: high

Best lap: M. Schumacher - 1'14''439 (2004, Ferrari)

Record Pole: J. Trulli - 1'13''985 (2004, Renault)

2004 Pole: J. Trulli - 1'13''985 (Renault)

2004 Podium
1. J. Trulli
2. J. Button
3. R. Barrichello


The Monaco Grand Prix brings the wealthiest people from all over the world together. It is set in the luxurious streets of Monte Carlo, and is one of the most traditional races on the calendar.

The circuit winds its way through the streets, from Ste devote, it goes uphill to Casino square, then plunges back down to Mirabeau before heading into the Loews hairpin. The tunnel that leads to the harbourside chicane echoes with the roar of the V10 engines. This is one track where overtaking is virtually impossible.

The first race was run in 1929, and in 1950, it was second on the calendar, when ten cars collided in a spectacular first lap accident, and Fangio raced on for the win. This track has so much history, it's hard to compress it in a few short sentences, but it goes without saying that this circuit is one that remains a favourite in many fans hearts, for many different reasons. It is a circuit based more on driver skill than the speed of the car.

Stirling Moss won in 1956, but in 57, he was involved in an accident at the chicane, and handed victory to Fangio. Moss was the main pace setter in this era, and his most memorable victory was in 1961 when he expertly held off both Ferraris. It was the first race after Ayrton Senna's tragic death, and it saw Michael Schumacher dominate, as he did again in 1995. Panis scored a surprise win for Prost in 1996, and Schumacher dominated once again in wet conditions in 97.

The McLaren of Mika Hakkinen took the honours in 98, with Schumacher and the Ferrari returning to claim the Germans fourth win in 99. The year 2000 was David Coulthard's time to shine, the Scot winning ahead of Ferrari driver, Rubens Barrichello and Benetton man, Giancarlo Fisichella. In 2001 McLaren driver David Coulthard was sent to the back of the grid for stalling and spent most of the event stuck behind the Arrows of Enrique Bernoldi as Michael Schumacher romped home for the win. However, the Scot got his own back in 2002 with a well-deserved victory, his one and only of the season.

Juan Pablo Montoya drove a superb race to secure his and Williams first win of the 2003 season, a mere 6 tenths of a second in front of the McLaren of Kimi Raikkonen. Michael Schumacher crossed the line in third place, a further second behind the Finn.

2004 saw quite a race around the streets of Monte Carlo as Jarno Trulli drove the race of his career from pole position to chequered flag to record Renault's sole victory of the season. The Italian racer battled long and hard to keep Michael Schumacher behind him, but the Ferrari star found himself inexplicably tangled up with Juan Pablo Montoya whist behind the safety car and his race was over on the spot.

The 2004 race will also be remembered for Fernando Alonso's massive crash in the tunnel as the Spaniard tried to pass around the outside of Ralf Schumacher's ailing BMW Williams. For Trulli and Renault, Monaco 2004 was a dream result in what would become a bitter season.
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Old 05-19-2005, 02:54 PM   #55
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Thursday's first free practice times from Monaco

1. MONTOYA McLaren 1m17.152s
2. ALONSO Renault 1m17.301S
3. KLIEN Red Bull 1m17.511s
4. M.SCHUMACHER Ferrari 1m17.640s
5. FISICHELLA Renault 1m17.869s
6. WURZ McLaren 1m18.059s
7. WEBBER Williams 1m18.244s
8. R.SCHUMACHER Toyota 1m18.482s
9. COULTHARD Red Bull 1m18.669s
10. BARRICHELLO Ferrari 1m18.838s
11. HEIDFELD Williams 1m18.859s
12. RAIKKONEN McLaren 1m19.055s
13. TRULLI Toyota 1m19.255s
14. VILLENEUVE Sauber 1m19.755s
15. LIUZZI Red Bull 1m19.844s
16. MASSA Sauber 1m20.180s
17. ZONTA Toyota 1m20.979s
18. DOORNBOS Jordan 1m21.511s
19. FRIESACHER Minardi 1m21.968s
20. MONTEIRO Jordan 1m22.388s
21. KARTHIKEYAN Jordan 1m23.521s
22. ALBERS Minardi 1m25.664s

F1 NEWS

BERNIE PUSHING FOR QUALIFYING CHANGE

A change in the Formula 1 qualifying format could still be on the cards as early as next week, after it was revealed that team bosses will meet with Bernie Ecclestone this weekend to discuss the issue.

http://www.itv-f1.com/News_Article.aspx?PO_ID=32869

MAX OFFERS BERNIE FIA ROLE

Bernie Ecclestone may give up his role as Formula 1’s commercial rights holder in favour of a role with the sport’s governing body, it emerged during the build-up to the Monaco Grand Prix.

http://www.itv-f1.com/News_Article.aspx?PO_ID=32863

RED BULL TO WAIT ON DRIVER CHOICE

Red Bull will decide whether Christian Klien or Vitantonio Liuzzi will get the next drive in the team's second car after this weekend's Monaco Grand Prix.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/moto...ne/4562607.stm

TOYOTA ESCAPE RAP AFTER OVERSIGHT

The International Automobile Federation has confirmed that no action will be taken against Toyota, despite the team competing without the correct licence.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/moto...ne/4556689.stm
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Thursday's second free practice times from Monaco

1. ALONSO Renault 1m15.835s
2. WURZ McLaren 1m15.912s
3. COULTHARD Red Bull 1m16.184s
4. FISICHELLA Renault 1m16.519s
5. MONTOYA McLaren 1m16.534s
6. RAIKKONEN McLaren 1m16.558s
7. LIUZZI Red Bull 1m16.640s
8. MASSA Sauber 1m16.914s
9. R.SCHUMACHER Toyota 1m16.917s
10. ZONTA Toyota 1m17.046s
11. M.SCHUMACHER Ferrari 1m17.170s
12. WEBBER Williams 1m17.422s
13. TRULLI Toyota 1m17.487s
14. VILLENEUVE Sauber 1m17.506s
15. BARRICHELLO Ferrari 1m17.663s
16. HEIDFELD Williams 1m17.667s
17. KLIEN Red Bull 1m18.815s
18. DOORNBOS Jordan 1m19.526s
19. FRIESACHER Minardi 1m19.587s
20. MONTEIRO Jordan 1m20.284s
21. KARTHIKEYAN Jordan 1m21.879s
22. ALBERS Minardi 1m22.162s

The results of the first two practice sessions seem to indicate that Renault and McLaren will be quick again. Ferrari still seem to be struggling for pace. With over taking very difficult at this street circuit grid position will be very important making Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning qualifying sessions very interesting.
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QUALIFYING FORMAT SET TO CHANGE

Formula 1's team bosses have universally agreed to scrap the current aggregated qualifying system and replace it with a single hour-long one-lap session on Saturday afternoons.

The new format must now pass through the Formula 1 Commission and the World Council before it is approved, but the new procedure could be in place as early as the European Grand Prix at the Nurburgring next weekend.

The new format must now pass through the Formula 1 Commission and the World Council before it is approved, but the new procedure could be in place as early as the European Grand Prix at the Nurburgring next weekend.

The proposal should be ratified following the results of a fax vote this week.

The new system will see drivers compete for grid position in full race specification from 13:00 on Saturday afternoon, with the order of running decided by the result of the previous grand prix.

The current qualifying format has emphasised the disadvantage of running early in a session because of the aggregate still reflects a slow lap time in first qualifying.

Some of the faster runners, such as Giancarlo Fisichella have found themselves severely handicapped by running early, and have then taken a couple of grands prix to climb back to the front-end of the grid.

Teams were also believed to be unhappy that the Sunday morning qualifying session made race day's schedule far too hectic.
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now that's great news! big thanks for keeping us up to date expo
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I still prefer the two hour session of two runs ... 1st run based on the previous GP placings and the 2nd based on the reverse timings of the 1st Qualifying run .... like last year. What was wrong with that? The drivers could run their cars in qualifying trim and then set it up for race trim for the second run. It was strategic and exciting.

Next thing FIA will change is the cars all lined up in a single row and the drivers making a 100m dash for their cars to begin racing ... like in some motoGPs.
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Results of First Qualifying

1. 9 RAIKKONEN McLaren Mercedes M 1'13"644 163.272 Km/h
2. 5 ALONSO Renault M 1'14"125 + 0'00"481
3. 7 WEBBER Williams BMW M 1'14"584 + 0'00"940
4. 6 FISICHELLA Renault M 1'14"783 + 0'01"139
5. 10 MONTOYA McLaren Mercedes M 1'14"858 + 0'01"214
6. 8 HEIDFELD Williams BMW M 1'15"128 + 0'01"484
7. 16 TRULLI Toyota M 1'15"189 + 0'01"545
8. 14 COULTHARD RedBull Cosworth M 1'15"329 + 0'01"685
9. 11 VILLENEUVE Sauber Petronas M 1'15"921 + 0'02"277
10. 2 BARRICHELLO Ferrari B 1'16"142 + 0'02"498
11. 1 M.SCHUMACHER Ferrari B 1'16"186 + 0'02"542
12. 12 MASSA Sauber Petronas M 1'16"218 + 0'02"574
13. 15 LIUZZI RedBull Cosworth M 1'16"817 + 0'03"173
14. 20 FRIESACHER Minardi Cosworth B 1'18"574 + 0'04"930
15. 21 ALBERS Minardi Cosworth B 1'19"229 + 0'05"585
16. 18 MONTEIRO Jordan Toyota B 1'19"408 + 0'05"764
17. 19 KARTHIKEYAN Jordan Toyota B 1'19"474 + 0'05"830

Unofficial Results - Information: http://www.f1-live.com
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