F1 Race Reports. Page 9

  • China 2005: Alonso win gives Renault its title.

    Open article China 2005: Alonso win gives Renault its title.

    16 October 2005 Fernando Alonso led from start to finish in a slow-burner of a Chinese Grand Prix, helping to secure the constructors' world title for his Renault team.

  • Japan 2005: Kimi's late show limits points damage.

    Open article Japan 2005: Kimi's late show limits points damage.

    09 October 2005 If Juan Pablo Montoya had been proud of his rise from 19th to second in the German Grand Prix this season, he no longer has bragging rights in the McLaren camp after team-mate Kimi Raikkonen went from a similar position to take victory in a dramatic Japanese Grand Prix.

  • Brazil 2005: McLaren's day, Alonso's year.

    Open article Brazil 2005: McLaren's day, Alonso's year.

    25 September 2005 Juan Montoya may have won the Brazilian Grand Prix, beating McLaren team-mate Kimi Raikkonen to the line to end the team's 1-2 drought, but the accolades at Interlagos were mainly directed at Fernando Alonso, whose third place was enough to make him the youngest-ever world champion.

  • Belgium 2005: Raikkonen wins, Alonso consolidates.

    Open article Belgium 2005: Raikkonen wins, Alonso consolidates.

    11 September 2005 Kimi Raikkonen did what he had to do to keep his championship hopes intact at Spa-Francorchamps, but victory for the McLaren man was tempered by the fact that team-mate Juan Montoya was again unable to hold on to second place.

  • Italy 2005: Monty's Monza moment.

    Open article Italy 2005: Monty's Monza moment.

    04 September 2005 Juan Montoya battled a failing tyre in the closing stages of the Italian Grand Prix to claim his second world championship victory of the season. However, the win was not enough to help McLaren team-mate Kimi Raikkonen, who saw his title hopes take another small blow.

  • Turkey 2005: Raikkonen faultless but...

    Open article Turkey 2005: Raikkonen faultless but...

    21 August 2005 McLaren-Mercedes number one driver, Kimi Raikkonen took a dominant victory in Istanbul Sunday, to win the Turkish Grand Prix by nearly 20 seconds.

  • Hungary 2005: McLaren short play wins long game.

    Open article Hungary 2005: McLaren short play wins long game.

    31 July 2005 McLaren played a tactical game in order to vault Kimi Raikkonen to the front of the Hungarian Grand Prix, and was rewarded when the Finn took maximum points to title rival Fernando Alonso's zero score.

  • Germany 2005: Raikkonen retirement benefits Alonso

    Open article Germany 2005: Raikkonen retirement benefits Alonso

    24 July 2005 For the third time this season - after Imola and the Nurburgring - Fernando Alonso was in the right place at the right time to pick up a victory discarded by the McLaren team, further increasing his advantage over the luckless Kimi Raikkonen.

  • Britain 2005: Montoya takes first McLaren victory.

    Open article Britain 2005: Montoya takes first McLaren victory.

    10 July 2005 Heading to Silverstone, it was widely anticipated that a McLaren would be on top come the end of the race and as expected it was indeed a silver machine that took the chequered flag in the British Grand Prix.

  • France 2005: Alonso's high five.

    Open article France 2005: Alonso's high five.

    03 July 2005 After the clowning at Indianapolis last time out, the Formula One circus produced an altogether different kind of show at Magny-Cours, with Fernando Alonso calling the shots in the French Grand Prix.

  • USA 2005: Schumacher's hollow victory.

    Open article USA 2005: Schumacher's hollow victory.

    19 June 2005 Michael Schumacher was officially credited with having won the 2005 United States Grand Prix but, with only six cars taking the start, even the German appeared underwhelmed by his 'achievement'.

  • Canada 2005: Raikkonen amid chaos and controversy.

    Open article Canada 2005: Raikkonen amid chaos and controversy.

    12 June 2005 Kimi Raikkonen got his world championship challenge back on track with a win in an incident-packed Canadian Grand Prix that saw several leading runners forced to retire, and one more excluded after a pit-lane misdemeanour.

  • Europe 2005: Alonso inherits at the 'Ring.

    Open article Europe 2005: Alonso inherits at the 'Ring.

    29 May 2005 Fernando Alonso appeared second best to Kimi Raikkonen for 58 of the 59 laps of the European Grand Prix, but scooped his fourth win of the season when the Finn's right front wheel let go in spectacular style on the final lap.

  • Monaco 2005: Raikkonen's street party.

    Open article Monaco 2005: Raikkonen's street party.

    22 May 2005 Kimi Raikkonen proved to be Mercedes' 'diamond geezer' in Monaco, celebrating the German marque's 200th grand prix with a convincing win on the streets of the principality.

  • Spain 2005: Raikkonen repaid.

    Open article Spain 2005: Raikkonen repaid.

    08 May 2005 Kimi Raikkonen showed just what he had been denied at Imola a fortnight ago by blitzing the Spanish Grand Prix field from start to finish at the Circuit de Catalunya, and taking his first win of the season as a reward.

  • Imola 2005: Alonso denies magic Michael 'home' win

    Open article Imola 2005: Alonso denies magic Michael 'home' win

    24 April 2005 Fernando Alonso may have been denied pole position for the first European grand prix of the season, but he was not about to pass up the opportunity complete a hat-trick of victories - even with Michael Schumacher and will of the tifosi on his tail.

  • Bahrain 2005: Two on the trot for Alonso.

    Open article Bahrain 2005: Two on the trot for Alonso.

    03 April 2005 Renault's Fernando Alonso has won the Bahrain Grand Prix to take his second win in succession following his success two weeks ago in Malaysia.

  • Malaysia 2005: Alonso turns up the heat.

    Open article Malaysia 2005: Alonso turns up the heat.

    20 March 2005 Anything Giancarlo Fisichella can do, Fernando Alonso can do too, the Spaniard controlling the Malaysian Grand Prix from the front to record his second career grand prix win in commanding fashion. [1]

  • Australia 2005: Fisichella plunders down under.

    Open article Australia 2005: Fisichella plunders down under.

    06 March 2005 Giancarlo Fisichella may have been fortunate to take pole position for the Australian Grand Prix, but he made no mistake in a flawless race performance to double his F1 victory tally with a lights-to-flag success in Melbourne.

  • Brazilian GP 2004: Montoya rhythm has Kimi off key

    Open article Brazilian GP 2004: Montoya rhythm has Kimi off key

    24 October 2004 Juan Montoya scored an unexpected win in the final race of the 2000 Formula One world championship, ending his relationship with the Williams-BMW team on a high point, but denying Kimi Raikkonen victory in Brazil for the second year running.

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