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2004 Malaysian Formula 1 Grand Prix
19 - 21 March 2004

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Track LengthNo. of LapsLap RecordDriver
5.543 KM561.34.223Juan Pablo Montoya - Williams (2004)
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Pole Position

Fastest Race Lap

Race Winner

2008F. Massa
Ferrari - 1:35.748
N. Heidfeld
BMW Sauber - 1:35.366
K. Raikkonen
2007F. Massa
Ferrari - 1:35.043
L. Hamilton
McLaren - 1:36.701
G. Fisichella
2006G. Fisichella
Renault - 1:33.840
F. Alonso
Renault - 1:34.803
G. Fisichella
2005F. Alonso
Renault - 1:32.582 & 1:35.090
K. Raikkonen
McLaren - 1:35.483
F. Alonso
2004M. Schumacher
Ferrari - 1:33.074
JP. Montoya
Williams - 1:34.223 
M. Schumacher
2003F. Alonso
Renault - 1:37.044
M. Schumacher
Ferrari - 1:36.412 
K. Raikkonen
2002M. Schumacher
Ferrari - 1:35.266
JP. Montoya
Williams - 1:38.049 
R. Schumacher
2001M. Schumacher
Ferrari - 1:35.220
M. Hakkinen
McLaren - 1:40.962
M. Schumacher
2000M. Schumacher
Ferrari - 1:37.397
M. Hakkinen
McLaren - 1:38.543
M. Schumacher
1999M. Schumacher
Ferrari - 1:39.688
M. Schumacher
Ferrari - 1:40.740
E. Irvine

The 2003 race:

 Top 8Highlights 
1.Kimi Raikkonen - McLarenKimi Raikkonen wins his first race of his career ahead of Rubens Barrichello and the impressive Fernando Alonso. 
Michael Schumacher hits Jarno Trulli at the first corner, Michael pits as he damages his wing and later gets a penalty. He manages to finish the race in 6th and a lap down.
Juan Pablo Montoya gets hit from behind at the first corner and loses his rear wing. He rejoins 2 laps down and is effectively out of contention.
David Coulthard retires with a blown engine a few laps into the race.
Ferrari, Renault, Williams and Sauber managed to finish both cars.
Only Jaguar failed to finish either car. 
13 cars were classified as finishers.
2.Rubens Barrichello - Ferrari
3.Fernando Alonso - Renault
4.Ralf Schumacher - Williams
5.Jarno Trulli - Renault
6.Michael Schumacher - Ferrari
7.Jenson Button - BAR
8.Nick Heidfeld - Sauber

The 2002 race:

 Top 6Highlights 
1.Ralf Schumacher - WilliamsRalf Schumacher wins the race ahead f Juan Pablo Montoya and Michael Schumacher. Juan Pablo and Michael touched on the first lap with Michael losing his wing and Juan Pablo losing a few places and then facing a drive through penalty. Both however managed to finish on the podium thanks to a double retirement from McLaren and a slowing Jenson Button.
Most teams opted for a 2 stop strategy however Ralf Schumacher, Jenson Button and the 2 McLarens were on single stops.
Rubens Barrichello retired with a blown engine, a rare scene from a Ferrari.
Williams, Sauber, Toyota and Jordan managed to finish both cars.
McLaren and Minardi  failed to finish either car. 
13 cars were classified as finishers.
2.Juan Pablo Montoya - Williams
3.Michael Schumacher - Ferrari
4.Jenson Button - Renault
5.Nick Heidfeld - Sauber
6.Felipe Massa - Sauber

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