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2003 British Grand Prix
18 - 20 July 2003

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Track Length No. of Laps Lap Record Driver
5.141 KM 60 1:23.083 R. Barrichello - 2002
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British Formula 1 Grand Prix Results - Summary
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Pole Position

Fastest Race Lap

Race Winner

2006F. Alonso
Renault - 1:20.253
2005F. Alonso
Renault - 1:19.905
K. Raikkonen
McLaren - 1:20.502
J. Montoya
2004 K. Raikkonen
McLaren - 1:18.233
M. Schumacher
Ferrari - 1:18.739 
M. Schumacher
2003 R. Barrichello
Ferrari - 1:21.209
R. Barrichello
Ferrari - 1:22.236
R. Barrichello
2002 J. Montoya
Williams - 1:18.998 
R. Barrichello
Ferrari - 1:23.083
M. Schumacher
2001 M. Schumacher
Ferrari - 1:20.447 
M. Hakkinen
McLaren - 1:23.405
M. Hakkinen
2000 R. Barrichello
Ferrari - 1:25.703
M. Hakkinen
McLaren - 1:26.217
D. Coulthard
1999 M. Hakkinen
McLaren - 1:24.804
M. Hakkinen
McLaren - 1:28.309
D. Coulthard
1998 M. Hakkinen
McLaren - 1:23.271
M. Schumacher
Ferrari - 1:35.704 (wet)
M. Schumacher
1997 J. Villeneuve
Williams - 1:21.598
M. Schumacher
Ferrari - 1:24.475
J. Villeneuve

The 2002 race

Top 6 Highlights 
1. Michael Schumacher - Ferrari An exciting race under changing weather conditions that saw Michael Schumacher win the race ahead of Rubens Barrichello who started from the back thanks to the superior Ferrari package and the brilliant Bridgestone wet tyres.
Juan Pablo Montoya managed 3rd despite his inferior wet Michelins.
Jacques Villeneuve and Olivier Panis make it a double points finish for BAR with Nick Heidfeld made 6th.
Ralf Schumacher had refuelling problems and finished 8th.
Kimi Raikkonen retired with an engine problem while Coulthard only managed 10th after saying out on dry tyres for a few very wet laps!.
12 cars were classified as finishers. 
Ferrari, BAR, Sauber and Williams managed to finish both their cars.
Arrows, Toyota and Minardi (Yoong failed to qualify) failed to finish either of their cars.
2. Rubens Barrichello - Ferrari
3. Juan Pablo Montoya - Williams
4. Jacques Villeneuve - BAR
5. Olivier Panis - BAR
6. Nick Heidfeld - Sauber

The 2001 race

Top 6 Highlights 
1. Mika Hakkinen - McLaren Mika Hakkinen wins his first race of the 2001 season and his first ever at Silverstone. 
Michael Schumacher finished a distant second. He was on a single stop while Hakkinen was on 2.
Barrichello managed 3rd ahead of Montoya while Raikkonen managed to out-qualify and out-race his team-mate at this event.
David Coulthard retired from the race after touching with Trulli at the start of the race.
Ralf Schumacher retired from an engine failure.
16 cars were classified as finishers. 
Ferrari, Sauber, Jaguar, Arrows and Benetton managed to finish both their cars.
No team failed to finish either of their cars.
2. Michael Schumacher - Ferrari
3. Rubens Barrichello - Ferrari
4. Juan Pablo Montoya - Williams
5. Kimi Raikkonen - Sauber
6. Nick Heidfeld - Sauber

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