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2006 Brazilian Formula 1 Grand Prix
20 - 22 October 2006

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Track LengthNo. of LapsLap Record DistanceDriver
4.309 KM711:11.473305.909 JP Montoya (2004)
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Brazilian 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

2006 F Massa
Ferrari - 1:10.680
M Schumacher
Ferrari - 1:12.162
F Massa
2005 F Alonso
Renault - 1:11.988
K Raikkonen
McLaren - 1:12.268 
JP Montoya
2004 R Barrichello
Ferrari - 1:10.646
JP Montoya
Williams - 1:11.473 
JP Montoya
2003 R Barrichello
Ferrari - 1:13.807
R Barrichello
Ferrari - 1:22.032
G Fisichella
2002 JP Montoya
Williams - 1:13.114 
JP Montoya
Williams - 1:16.079 
M Schumacher
2001 M Schumacher
Ferrari - 1:13.780
R Schumacher
Williams - 1:15.692
D Coulthard
2000 M Hakkinen
McLaren - 1:14.111
M Schumacher
Ferrari - 1:14.755
M Schumacher
1999 M Hakkinen
McLaren - 1:18.658
M Hakkinen
McLaren - 1:18.448
M Hakkinen
1998 M Hakkinen
McLaren - 1:17.092
M Hakkinen
McLaren - 1:19.337
M Hakkinen
1997 J Villeneuve
Williams - 1:16.004
J Villeneuve
Williams - 1:18.397
J Villeneuve

The 2005 race

  Top 8Highlights 
1.Juan Pablo Montoya - McLaren Juan Pablo Montoya wins the Brazilian Grand Prix for the second time in a row. Kimi Raikkonen finishes second while Fernando Alonso who started from Pole finishes 3rd and wins his first Drivers' Title. Michael Schumacher was 4th ahead of Giancarlo Fisichella and Rubens Barrichello.
It was the first McLaren 1-2 in 5 years and they led the Constructors' Championship by 2 points with 2 races remaining.
At the start Coulthard and Pizzonia tangled with Pizzonia collecting Webber. The safety car was deployed.
15 cars were classified as finishers with McLaren, Renault, Ferrari, BAR Honda, Toyota and Sauber finishing both cars.
Williams failed to finish either of their cars.
2.Kimi Raikkonen - McLaren
3.Fernando Alonso - Renault
4.Michael Schumacher - Ferrari
5.Giancarlo Fisichella - Renault
6.Rubens Barrichello - Ferrari
7.Jenson Button - BAR Honda
8.Ralf Schumacher - Toyota

The 2004 race

  Top 8Highlights 
1.Juan Pablo Montoya - Williams Juan Pablo Montoya wins the only race this season for Williams ahead of Kimi Raikkonen with Barrichello finishing the race and making the podium after so many years of retirements!
Alonso, Ralf Schumacher, Sato, Michael Schumacher and Massa make the top 8.
The track was wet at the start although a few drivers gambled with dry tyres hoping the track would dry quickly. 
A lot of interesting fights early in the race as the track was drying but it settled down once the track dried and Montoya and Raikkonen were fighting for the win.
Button retired with a blow engine early in the race.
In the last race for Jaguar, Webber and Klien tangle and Webber retires.
17 cars were classified as finishers with Williams, McLaren, Ferrari, Renault, Sauber, Toyota and Minardi finishing both cars.
2.Kimi Raikkonen - McLaren
3.Rubens Barrichello - Ferrari 
4.Fernando Alonso - Renault
5.Ralf Schumacher - Williams
6.Takuma Sato - BAR Honda
7.Michael Schumacher - Ferrari
8.Felipe Massa - Sauber

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