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San Marino GP 2001 - Ralf a hit in San Marino.

Barrichello and Hakkinen were similarly split, with the Brazilian getting the nod for the final podium position - something for the tifosi at least - while Trulli remained the last unlapped runner in fifth, ahead of team-mate Heinz-Harald Frentzen, who ran a largely unobtrusive race to take the final point.

This was Ralf's day, though, and, like Barrichello, Frentzen and Johnny Herbert before him, made every effort to enjoy breaking the establishment's hold on the silverware. No longer a target for his opponents, young Schumacher proved to be the hit of Imola.

Race Result:

1. Ralf Schumacher Germany Williams-BMW 62 laps 1hr 30mins 44.817secs 202.062kph
2. David Coulthard Britain McLaren-Mercedes +4.352secs
3. Rubens Barrichello Brazil Ferrari-Ferrari +34.766secs
4. Mika Hakkinen Finland McLaren-Mercedes +36.315secs
5. Jarno Trulli Italy Jordan-Honda +1min 25.580secs
6. Heinz-Harald Frentzen Germany Jordan-Honda +1 lap

7. Nick Heidfeld Germany Sauber-Petronas +1 lap
8. Olivier Panis France BAR-Honda +1 lap
9. Jean Alesi France Prost-Acer +1 lap
10. Enrique Bernoldi Brazil Arrows-Asiatech +2 laps


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