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Old 07-03-2004, 10:08   #57
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It's Ferrari's day guys, unstoppable up in Melbourne once again in Sunday race. Both Ferrari were doing good start (making no mistakes) which it displays their cars looks complete in all aspects. Combined from speedy of F2002 and reliability of F2003-GA, I would say no wonder once again both Schumi and Rubinho got fastest laps of their own (in their race career) and certainly I gave my credit points to Renault's Fernando Alonso who can make his podium in the opening start of the season. Surprisingly B.A.R Honda were improving in race...(not only good in qualifying...)

I can count on Bridgestone in following races..

Here are the results :


Pos No Driver Team Time/Retired Points

1 1 Michael Schumacher (Ferrari) Winner 10

2 2 Rubens Barrichello (Ferrari) +13.6 secs 8

3 8 Fernando Alonso (Renault) +34.6 secs 6

4 4 Ralf Schumacher (Williams-BMW) +60.4 secs 5

5 3 Juan Pablo Montoya (Williams-BMW) +68.5 secs 4

6 9 Jenson Button (BAR-Honda) +70.5 secs 3

7 7 Jarno Trulli (Renault) +1 Lap 2

8 5 David Coulthard (McLaren-Mercedes) +1 Lap 1

9 10 Takuma Sato (BAR-Honda) +1 Lap

10 11 Giancarlo Fisichella (Sauber-Petronas) +1 Lap

11 15 Christian Klien (Jaguar-Cosworth) +2 Lap

12 16 Cristiano da Matta (Toyota) +2 Lap

13 17 Olivier Panis (Toyota) +2 Lap

14 19 Giorgio Pantano (Jordan-Ford) +3 Lap

Ret 12 Felipe Massa (Sauber-Petronas) +14 Lap

Ret 18 Nick Heidfeld (Jordan-Ford) +15 Lap

Ret 20 Gianmaria Bruni (Minardi-Cosworth) +15 Lap

Ret 14 Mark Webber (Jaguar-Cosworth) +29 Laps

Ret 21 Zsolt Baumgartner (Minardi-Cosworth) +45 Laps

Ret 6 Kimi Räikkönen (McLaren-Mercedes) +49 Laps


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