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2003 European Grand Prix
27 - 29 June 2003

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Track Length No. of Laps Lap Record Driver
5.144 KM 60 1:32.226 M. Schumacher - Ferrari - 2002
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European Formula 1 Grand Prix Results - Summary
click on the year for detailed results from Practice, Qualifying and the Race

Year

Pole Position

Fastest Race Lap

Race Winner

2006 F. Alonso
Renault - 1:29.819
M. Schumacher
Ferrari - 1:30.099
M. Schumacher
Ferrari
2005 N. Heidfeld
Williams - 1:30.081
F. Alonso
Renault - 1:30.711
F. Alonso
Renault
2004 M. Schumacher
Ferrari - 1:28.351
M. Schumacher
Ferrari - 1:29.468
M. Schumacher
Ferrari
2003 K. Raikkonen
McLaren - 1:31.523
K. Raikkonen
McLaren - 1:32.621
R. Schumacher
Williams
2002 J. Montoya
Williams - 1:29.906
M. Schumacher
Ferrari - 1:32.226
R. Barrichello
Ferrari
2001 M. Schumacher
Ferrari - 1:14.960
J. Montoya
Williams - 1:18.354
M. Schumacher
Ferrari
2000 D. Coulthard
McLaren - 1:17.529
M. Schumacher
Ferrari - 1:22.269
M. Schumacher
Ferrari
1999 H. Frentzen
Williams - 1:19.910
M. Hakkinen
McLaren - 1:21.282
J. Herbert
Stewart
1998 M. Schumacher
Ferrari - 1:18.561
M. Hakkinen
McLaren - 1:20.450
M. Hakkinen
McLaren
1997 M. Hakkinen
McLaren - 1:16.602
H. Frentzen
Williams - 1:18.605
J. Villeneuve
Williams

The 2002 race

Top 6 Highlights 
1. Rubens Barrichello - Ferrari Ferrari on the Bridgestones made the right strategy call and went for a 2-stopper and won the race with ease. Rubens got the better of Michael at the start and kept the lead. After the second pit stop, the 2 settled for their positions.
Coulthard and Montoya crashed out allowing Kimi Raikkonen to move into 3rd while Ralf Schumacher lost places via the pit after leading the race at the start.
Both Jenson Button and Felipe Massa put in superb efforts to finish in the points.
Ferrari, Renault, Sauber, BAR, Arrows to finish both their cars.
2. Michael Schumacher - Ferrari
3. Kimi Raikkonen - McLaren
4. Ralf Schumacher - Williams
5. Jenson Button - Renault
6. Felipe Massa - Sauber
 

The 2001 race

Top 6 Highlights 
1. Michael Schumacher - Ferrari Michael Schumacher won the race starting from Pole position. His only threat was from Ralf Schumacher who was given a 10 second stop-go penalty for crossing the white line exiting the pits!
Juan Pablo Montoya drives to second ahead of David Coulthard while Ralf Schumacher manages 4th following his penalty.
Rubens Barrichello only manages 5th as he lost 3 places at the start.
Mika Hakkinen started from 6th and finished 6th!
Michael Schumacher, Montoya and Ralf Schumacher were on 2 stops while Coulthard, Barrichello and Hakkinen were on 1 stop.
Ferrari, Williams, McLaren, Jaguar, Benetton and Prost managed to finish both their cars.
Arrows and Jordan failed to finish either of their cars.
2. Juan Pablo Montoya - Williams
3. David Coulthard - McLaren
4. Ralf Schumacher - Williams
5. Rubens Barrichello - Ferrari
6. Mika Hakkinen - McLaren
 

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