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  • 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.

  • European GP 2002 - Rubens turns tables.

    Open article European GP 2002 - Rubens turns tables.

    23 June 2002 Rubens Barrichello received payback for his generosity in Austria as he held off Ferrari team-mate Michael Schumacher to defeat the German in front of an adoring Nurburgring crowd. Blasting past both Williams at the start, the Brazilian again acted as Ferrari's hare but, when the chasing Schumacher made an uncharacteristic error, Barrichello was allowed to fight for - an earn - only his second grand prix victory.

  • Canadian GP 2002 - Patient Schu reaps his reward.

    Open article Canadian GP 2002 - Patient Schu reaps his reward.

    09 June 2002 Michael Schumacher took another giant step towards his fifth world championship by winning the Canadian Grand Prix, taking advantage of good strategy, a little luck and the misfortune of his closest rivals. The German cruised to the line, easing back on revs and rubber and allowing Coulthard to close to within two seconds at the flag, but never relinquishing control of his 59th career victory after his one-stop strategy paid off.

  • Monaco GP 2002 - Coulthard smokes 'em!

    Open article Monaco GP 2002 - Coulthard smokes 'em!

    26 May 2002 David Coulthard gave himself and McLaren-Mercedes a welcome shot in the arm by leading the Monaco Grand Prix from start to finish and breaking the run of success established by Michael Schumacher.

  • Austrian GP 2002 - Rubens robbed.

    Open article Austrian GP 2002 - Rubens robbed.

    12 May 2002 Rubens Barrichello was robbed of a certain victory in the Austrian Grand Prix by the contract extension that gave him so much motivation over the rest of the weekend.

  • Spanish GP 2002 - Michael runs like clockwork.

    Open article Spanish GP 2002 - Michael runs like clockwork.

    28 April 2002 Michael Schumacher extended his world championship lead after running unchallenged throughout the 65-lap Spanish Grand Prix at the Circuit de Catalunya in Barcelona. The German duly racked up his 57th career win, and a record fourth in the event, as the rest of the 20-car field proved unable to live with the performance of the still unbeaten Ferrari F2002.

  • San Marino GP 2002 - Schu in a class of his own.

    Open article San Marino GP 2002 - Schu in a class of his own.

    14 April 2002 Michael Schumacher celebrated becoming the longest-serving Ferrari driver in history by leading a comfortable 1-2 finish for the Scuderia in front of its adoring tifosi.

  • Brazilian GP 2002 - Michael gives F2002 debut win.

    Open article Brazilian GP 2002 - Michael gives F2002 debut win.

    31 March 2002 Michael Schumacher won the Brazilian Grand Prix for the fourth time in his career today, but it wasn't an easy victory for the Ferrari driver as his brother, Ralf, hounded him all the way to the flag. Ralf Schumacher, like his team-mate Juan Pablo Montoya went into the weekend as favourites, for not only were they on Michelin tyres, compared to the Bridgestone's Ferrari were using but the BMW-WilliamsF1 team were also coming off the back of a one-two finish two weeks ago at the Malaysian Gran

  • Malaysian GP 2002 - Win number four for Ralf.

    Open article Malaysian GP 2002 - Win number four for Ralf.

    17 March 2002 Ralf Schumacher produced a controlled drive at Sepang to add a fourth grand prix victory to his resume, and notch up the first Williams 1-2 finish since the Portuguese Grand Prix in 1996. The German had to bide his time in a race-long battle with early leader Rubens Barrichello, but benefited when his single-stop strategy played out over the closing laps. His margin of victory was later extended when the Brazilian retired with engine failure, producing the historic 1-2 as Juan Montoya inherit

  • Australian GP 2002 - Schu escapes to victory.

    Open article Australian GP 2002 - Schu escapes to victory.

    03 March 2002 Michael Schumacher began his title defence in perfect fashion at the Australian Grand Prix, running apparently uncontested to a comfortable 54th career victory, and his third straight 'down under'. The story of the race could have been somewhat different, however, had it not been for a massive accident at the first corner, which took out eight cars, hobbled others and promoted the unlikely into point-scoring positions.

  • Japan GP 2001 - Nine wins and a record for Schumi.

    Open article Japan GP 2001 - Nine wins and a record for Schumi.

    14 October 2001 Michael Schumacher bookended his fourth world championship season in fitting style, taking a ninth win of the year and enough points to ensure that he became the highest scorer of all time in Formula One.

  • US GP 2001 - Hakkinen wins at the Brickyard.

    Open article US GP 2001 - Hakkinen wins at the Brickyard.

    30 September 2001 Mika Hakkinen overcame the disadvantage of a second row start to claim victory - the twentieth of his soon to end career - in the United States Grand Prix at Indianapolis.

  • Italian GP 2001 - Montoya takes advantage.

    Open article Italian GP 2001 - Montoya takes advantage.

    16 September 2001 Juan Montoya finally broke his grand prix duck after a solid workmanlike performance brought him victory in front of Ferrari in the Italian Grand Prix at Monza. In truth, the event should have gone the Scuderia's way, even though it opted for an unusual two-stop strategy, but pit problems delayed its lead car enough to allow Montoya to sprint through for a win in the closing stages.

  • Belgium GP 2001 - Schu takes a record 52nd win...
  • Hungarian GP 2001 - Triple success for Ferrari.
  • German GP 2001 - Schu Jr gifted home win.
  • British GP 2001 - Hakkinen's runaway.
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