F1 Race Reports. Page 11

  • 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.

  • Spanish GP 2003 - Schumacher wins, Alonso stars.

    Open article Spanish GP 2003 - Schumacher wins, Alonso stars.

    04 May 2003 Michael Schumacher became the first driver to win two grands prix in 2003 after giving the brand-new Ferrari F2003-GA a debut victory in the Spanish Grand Prix at the Circuit de Catalunya. The German led from lights to flag, only losing the lead when he pitted for fuel and tyres, but the real star of the show was local hero Fernando Alonso, who managed to come from the second row to split the two Ferrari drivers on the podium.

  • San Marino GP 2003 - Schumacher's sad victory.

    Open article San Marino GP 2003 - Schumacher's sad victory.

    20 April 2003 Michael Schumacher finally broke the victory duck that has hung over both himself and Ferrari since the start of the 2003 Formula One season, but felt unable to celebrate at Imola following the death of his mother overnight. There was no traditional leap of joy, no smile and no champagne shower, merely a wave of a black banded sleeve on a difficult day for the world champion and his family.

  • Brazilian GP 2003 - Raikkonen the Rainman.

    Open article Brazilian GP 2003 - Raikkonen the Rainman.

    06 April 2003 Predicted to open the floodgates once his maiden grand prix victory was secured, Kimi Raikkonen racked up a second consecutive win when he was awarded the Brazilian Grand Prix on countback at a sodden Interlagos.

  • Malaysian GP 2003 - Iceman keeps cool in meltdown.

    Open article Malaysian GP 2003 - Iceman keeps cool in meltdown.

    23 March 2003 Kimi Raikkonen elevated himself to the ranks of grand prix winner - and wiped away the tag of Formula One nearly-man - by winning the Malaysian Grand Prix at Sepang in oppressive conditions.

  • Australian GP 2003 - Errors hand DC Oz win.

    Open article Australian GP 2003 - Errors hand DC Oz win.

    09 March 2003 David Coulthard made the most of tricky conditions, good calls from his pit-crew and errors by each of his major rivals to add a second Australian Grand Prix victory to his personal haul and head the 2003 F1 championship table. The first race of the new season saw no fewer than four leaders before Maichael Schumacher, Juan Montoya and Kimi Raikkonen had to give second best to the Scot.

  • Japanese GP 2002 - Schumi shines, Sato scores.

    Open article Japanese GP 2002 - Schumi shines, Sato scores.

    13 October 2002 The 2002 Formula One season ended in style at Suzuka, with the Japanese Grand Prix encapsulating everything that the rest of year had contained.....

  • US GP 2002 - Schumacher repays Barrichello favour.

    Open article US GP 2002 - Schumacher repays Barrichello favour.

    29 September 2002 Rubens Barrichello stood on top of the podium at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, but his appearance there belied another dominant performance from Michael Schumacher in the United States Grand Prix. The German controlled the race from start to finish, emerging ahead of his team-mate after both of his scheduled pit-stops and monitoring the gap between them until the final corner, when he casually allowed his F2002 to ride higher than usual on the famous banking.

  • Italian GP 2002 - Rubens does the 2002 hatrick.

    Open article Italian GP 2002 - Rubens does the 2002 hatrick.

    15 September 2002 Rubens Barrichello won the Italian Grand Prix today at Monza, beating Ferrari team-mate Michael Schumacher by 2.255 seconds. It was the Brazilian's third win of 2002 and his fourth in total, achieved at Ferraris home track in front of the fanatical 'tifosi'.

  • Belgian GP 2002 - Michael romps to record.

    Open article Belgian GP 2002 - Michael romps to record.

    01 September 2002 Michael Schumacher produced another virtuoso performance at the Belgian Grand Prix to re-write the Formula One record books once again. At the circuit where he won his first grand prix in 1992, and broke Alain Prost's all-time wins total nine years later, the German added the record for the highest number of victories in one season with his tenth success of 2002. The achievement broke the tie he has held for several years with Nigel Mansell - the man who won the title in the year Schumacher s

  • Hungary GP 2002 - Rubens cruises to victory.

    Open article Hungary GP 2002 - Rubens cruises to victory.

    18 August 2002 The rest of the field had no answer to Ferrari once the Hungarian Grand Prix got under way and, perhaps as expected after he took pole position, Rubens Barrichello was able to lead home a Scuderia 1-2 for his second win of the year.

  • German GP 2002 - Michael completes dream weekend.

    Open article German GP 2002 - Michael completes dream weekend.

    28 July 2002 If there was one thing Michael Schumacher wanted more than his first pole position at the German Grand Prix, he said, it was to take victory for Ferrari in front of his adoring home crowd. Already world champion - with six races remaining - and on course to break the tie he shares with Nigel Mansell for the record number of victories in one season, it was little surprise that Schumacher's dream season continued with the perfect weekend at Hockenheim.

  • French GP 2002 - Schu champ after Kimi's mistake.

    Open article French GP 2002 - Schu champ after Kimi's mistake.

    21 July 2002 Michael Schumacher clinched an historic fifth world title with victory at Magny-Cours, but he had to rely on a huge slice of luck to overcome an uncharacteristic mistake. The German appeared to be heading for at least an extension of his points lead when he pitted for his first change of tyres, but crossing the exit line by the slimmest of margins set up a corking showdown with new kid on the block, Kimi Raikkonen.

  • British GP 2002 - Michael's march continues.

    Open article British GP 2002 - Michael's march continues.

    07 July 2002 Four times World Champion Michael Schumacher continued his march towards his fifth world title today [Sunday] with another dominant win at the British Grand Prix. Michael started the race from third on the grid, but was promoted to second effectively when his Ferrari team-mate, Rubens Barrichello stalled on the dummy grid and was thus forced to start from the back.

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