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2002 German Grand Prix 
26 - 28 July 2002  

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Session 2002 2001
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Hockenheim Facts

Track Length No. of Laps Lap Record Driver and Car
4.574 KM 67 1:16.462 M. Schumacher - Ferrari - 2002

Old Track

6.823 KM 45 1:41.808 J. Montoya - Williams - 2001
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German Formula 1 Grand Prix Results - Summary
click on the year for detailed results from Practice, Qualifying and the Race


Pole Position

Fastest Race Lap

Race Winner

2006K. Raikkonen
McLaren - 1:14.070
M. Schumacher
Ferrari - 1:16.357
M. Schumacher
2005K. Raikkonen
McLaren - 1:14.320
K. Raikkonen
McLaren - 1:14.873
F. Alonso
2004 M. Schumacher
Ferrari - 1:13.306
K. Raikkonen
McLaren - 1:13.780
M. Schumacher
2003 J. Montoya
Williams - 1:15.167
J. Montoya
Williams - 1:14.917
J. Montoya
2002 M. Schumacher
Ferrari - 1:14.389
M. Schumacher
Ferrari - 1:16.462
M. Schumacher
2001 J. Montoya
Williams - 1:38.117
J. Montoya
Williams - 1:41.808
R. Schumacher 
2000 D. Coulthard
McLaren - 1:45.697
(wet conditions)
R. Barrichello
Ferrari - 1:44.300
R. Barrichello
1999 M. Hakkinen
McLaren - 1:42.950
D. Coulthard
McLaren - 1:45.270 
E. Irvine
1998 M. Hakkinen
McLaren - 1:41.838
D. Coulthard
McLaren - 1:46.116 
M. Hakkinen
1997 G. Berger
Benetton - 1:41.873
G. Berger
Benetton - 1:45.747
G. Berger

The 2001 race

Top 6 Highlights 
1. Ralf Schumacher - Williams Ralf Schumacher wins his 3rd race of the season starting from second on the grid.
Rubens Barrichello finishes second on a two stop strategy.
Jacques Villeneuve gives BAR their second podium finish of the season.
After a disastrous start to the season, Benetton get both of their cars in the points.
Jean Alesi finishes his last race for the Prost team in 6th!
Juan Pablo Montoya starting from Pole retires with an engine failure.
Michael Schumacher retires with a fuel pressure problem.
Mika Hakkinen and David Coulthard retire with engine failures.
The race was restarted after Luciano Burti slammed into a slowing Michael Schumacher moments after the initial start of the race.
10 cars finished the race. 
BAR, Benetton and Arrows managed to finish both their cars.
Jordan, McLaren, Sauber and Jaguar failed to finish either of their cars.
2. Rubens Barrichello - Ferrari
3. Jacques Villeneuve - BAR
4. Giancarlo Fisichella - Benetton
5. Jenson Button - Benetton
6. Jean Alesi - Prost

The 2000 race

Top 6 Highlights 
1. Rubens Barrichello - Ferrari Rubens Barrichello wins his first race in his career after starting from 18th place but benefiting from numerous retirements, the safety car and staying on dry tyres on a wet track a few laps from the end.
The 2 McLaren drivers finished 2nd and 3rd after both decide to go for wet tyres towards the end of the race. 
Jenson Button achieves his best ever finish thus far in 4th.
Michael Schumacher is hit from behind by Giancarlo Fisichella at the start and both retire.
11 cars finished the race. 
McLaren and Williams managed to finish both their cars.
Benetton and Prost failed to finish either of their cars.
2. Mika Hakkinen - McLaren
3. David Coulthard - McLaren
4. Jenson Button - Williams
5. Mika Salo - Sauber
6. Pedro de la Rosa - Arrows

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