F1 Race Reports. Page 11

  • US 2004: Michael wins, Ralf has horror crash.

    Open article US 2004: Michael wins, Ralf has horror crash.

    20 June 2004 Ferrari number one driver Michael Schumacher has stormed to his eighth win of the season today [Sunday], at the United States Grand Prix, an event, which witnessed a horror crash, which hospitalised his brother, Ralf.

  • Canada 2004 - Sixth no barrier to Schumi seven.

    Open article Canada 2004 - Sixth no barrier to Schumi seven.

    13 June 2004 Michael Schumacher showed that, on current form and fortune, even a third row start is no impediment to victory by taking just such a win in the Canadian Grand Prix.

  • Europe 2004 - Too easy for Schumacher.

    Open article Europe 2004 - Too easy for Schumacher.

    30 May 2004 Oh, how he would have wished this could have been the story of Monaco! Michael Schumacher simply cruised to his sixth win of the 2004 Formula One season, untroubled by anything more sinister than a couple of wayward backmarkers as he re-established his superiority over his rivals.

  • Monaco 2004 - Trulli beats Button in street-fight.

    Open article Monaco 2004 - Trulli beats Button in street-fight.

    23 May 2004 Jarno Trulli put his heart and nerves on the line as he finally broke a victory duck that had last for 116 grands prix, overcoming Jenson Button in a fraught and thrilling Monaco Grand Prix by the scant margin of 0.4 seconds.

  • Spanish GP 2004 - No bull from Schumi.

    Open article Spanish GP 2004 - No bull from Schumi.

    09 May 2004 Michael Schumacher duly notched up a record-equalling fifth win of the season at the Spanish Grand Prix, as his main rivals all failed to capitalise on a rare problem in the Ferrari camp.

  • San Marino GP 2004 - Schumi puts Button in place.

    Open article San Marino GP 2004 - Schumi puts Button in place.

    25 April 2004 Jenson Button's dreams of a first Formula One victory in the San Marino Grand Prix were crushed beneath the wheels of the relentless Ferrari steamroller, as Michael Schumacher drove imperiously to his 74th career win.

  • Bahrain GP 2004 - Ferrari again.

    Open article Bahrain GP 2004 - Ferrari again.

    04 April 2004 It was just as well there were another 18 cars in the Bahrain Grand Prix - or 17 once Kimi Raikkonen made his now customary exit - as the two Ferraris controlled the race from the front to take a second 1-2 result of the year.

  • Malaysian GP 2004 - Michael masters Malaysia.

    Open article Malaysian GP 2004 - Michael masters Malaysia.

    21 March 2004 Michael Schumacher said he though that the Malaysian Grand Prix would provide a truer test of the competitiveness of this year's Ferrari challenge. Now that verdict is in it's clear that this year will be tough for Ferrari rivals no matter what the weather conditions as the multiple world champion came home to take his second race win this season.

  • Australian GP 2004 - One too easy for Ferrari.

    Open article Australian GP 2004 - One too easy for Ferrari.

    07 March 2004 Doubted by some sceptics during a winter of private testing, Ferrari showed that it had little to hide by trouncing the opposition as the Australian Grand Prix opened Formula One 2004.

  • Japanese GP 2003 - Rubens wins, title for Michael.

    Open article Japanese GP 2003 - Rubens wins, title for Michael.

    12 October 2003 Rubens Barrichello again played the perfect back-up role to Ferrari team leader Michael Schumacher at Suzuka - but did so from the front, leading almost throughout to win the Japanese Grand Prix and prevent Kimi Raikkonen from having a shot at the German's world title.

  • US GP 2003 - Schumacher left to make a point.

    Open article US GP 2003 - Schumacher left to make a point.

    28 September 2003 Formula One's resident rainmeister came close to pouring cold water on what had been a red-hot world championship battle at Indianapolis, romping to a sixth victory of the year and only being kept in title check by an equally bravura performance from Kimi Raikkonen.

  • Italian GP 2003 - Schumacher retakes initiative.

    Open article Italian GP 2003 - Schumacher retakes initiative.

    14 September 2003 Michael Schumacher retook the initiative in the race for the 2003 Formula One world championship crowns today after an unchallenged performance atop the pile in front of the adoring tifosi at Monza.

  • Hungarian GP 2003 - Alonso sweeps the field.

    Open article Hungarian GP 2003 - Alonso sweeps the field.

    24 August 2003 Fernando Alonso completed his rout of the Formula One record book by rewriting another few pages at the end of a Hungarian Grand Prix in which he proved to be the class of the field.

  • German GP 2003 - Montoya blazes trail to victory.

    Open article German GP 2003 - Montoya blazes trail to victory.

    03 August 2003 The temperatures at Hockenheim frequently touched Malaysian proportions but, if anything was hotter on race day, it was surely Juan Montoya, who scorched away from what remained of the field and burnt his name firmly into the championship reckoning.

  • British GP 2003 - Rubens races away in Britain.

    Open article British GP 2003 - Rubens races away in Britain.

    20 July 2003 Drama, excitement, overtaking, multiple leaders including Cristiano da Matta, Michael Schumacher working through the field and battles seeming at every corner for the duration of the race, what a race the British Grand Prix 2003 was. At that's before you mention a man in an orange skirt...

  • French GP 2003 - Williams give rivals French stick

    Open article French GP 2003 - Williams give rivals French stick

    06 July 2003 Ralf Schumacher marked himself out as a genuine world championship challenger with a second grand prix victory in as many weeks, leading home Williams-BMW team-mate Juan Montoya to a second successive 1-2 result in the French Grand Prix.

  • Europe GP 2003 - Schu towers as lord of the 'Ring.

    Open article Europe GP 2003 - Schu towers as lord of the 'Ring.

    29 June 2003 They say that the Nurburgring crowd is only happy if a Schumacher wins, and it left the 2003 European Grand Prix content, even if it was Ralf, rather than Michael, that took the chequered flag after an eventful race.

  • Canadian GP 2003 - Schumacher seizes initiative.

    Open article Canadian GP 2003 - Schumacher seizes initiative.

    15 June 2003 If the race had been wet, he would likely have dominated it but, with dry weather gracing Montreal for the Canadian GP, paddock wisdom said that the Michelin runners - and particularly the Williams-BMWs - should have the upper hand. Michael Schumacher does not listen to wisdom... The German was not on the front row at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, having lost out to the two Williams in dry qualifying, but was never far away from the front in the race, eventually taking the lead at the first

  • Monaco GP 2003 - Montoya ends drought.

    Open article Monaco GP 2003 - Montoya ends drought.

    01 June 2003 Juan Montoya followed Williams-BMW team-mate Ralf Schumacher's timely Monaco pole position with an assured victory to end, not only his own personal win drought, but break the jinx of a team that had not won in the Principality for two decades. The Colombian used a combination of scintillating mid-race speed and the good work of his pit crew to come out on top of a race that was high on tension if not on-track action.

  • Austrian GP 2003 - Michael fans flames.

    Open article Austrian GP 2003 - Michael fans flames.

    18 May 2003 Michael Schumacher completed the first hat-trick of the 2003 Formula One season, taking victory in Austria with a degree of excitement rather than the controversy which dogged last year's event.

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