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The 2005 Brazilian Grand Prix (officially XXXIV Grande Premio do Brasil) was race number 17 of the 2005 Formula One season. It took place at the Autódromo José Carlos Pace on 25 September 2005. McLaren finished one-two at this race, with Juan Pablo Montoya winning and Kimi Räikkönen finishing second. Fernando Alonso of Renault, who finished third, eventually became the Drivers' Champion of 2005.


RaceEdit

ResultsEdit

Pos No. Driver Constructor Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 10 Colombia Juan Pablo Montoya United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 71 1:29:20.574 2 10
2 9 Finland Kimi Räikkönen United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 71 +2.527 5 8
3 5 Spain Fernando Alonso France Renault 71 +24.840 1 6
4 1 Germany Michael Schumacher Italy Ferrari 71 +35.668 7 5
5 6 Italy Giancarlo Fisichella France Renault 71 +40.218 3 4
6 2 Brazil Rubens Barrichello Italy Ferrari 71 +1:09.173 9 3
7 3 United Kingdom Jenson Button United Kingdom BAR-Honda 70 +1 Lap 4 2
8 17 Germany Ralf Schumacher Japan Toyota 70 +1 Lap 10 1
9 15 Austria Christian Klien Austria Red Bull-Cosworth 70 +1 Lap 6
10 4 Japan Takuma Sato United Kingdom BAR-Honda 70 +1 Lap 19
11 12 Brazil Felipe Massa Switzerland Sauber-Petronas 70 +1 Lap 8
12 11 Canada Jacques Villeneuve Switzerland Sauber-Petronas 70 +1 Lap PL
13 16 Italy Jarno Trulli Japan Toyota 69 Gearbox 17
14 21 Netherlands Christijan Albers Italy Minardi-Cosworth 69 +2 Laps 16
15 19 India Narain Karthikeyan Ireland Jordan-Toyota 68 +3 Laps 15
16 18 Portugal Tiago Monteiro Ireland Jordan-Toyota 55 Electrical 11
17 7 Australia Mark Webber United Kingdom Williams-BMW 45 Gearbox 12
Ret 20 Netherlands Robert Doornbos Italy Minardi-Cosworth 34 Water leak 18
Ret 8 Brazil Antônio Pizzonia United Kingdom Williams-BMW 0 Accident 13
Ret 14 United Kingdom David Coulthard Austria Red Bull-Cosworth 0 Collision 14


MilestonesEdit

V T E 2005 Formula One Season
Teams Ferrari • BAR • Renault • Williams • McLaren • Sauber • Red Bull • Toyota • Jordan • Minardi
Engines BMW • Cosworth • Ferrari • Honda • Mercedes • Petronas • Renault • Toyota
Drivers M. Schumacher • 2 Barrichello • 3 Button • 4 Sato • 4 Davidson • 5 Alonso • 6 Fisichella • 7 Webber • 8 Heidfeld • 8 Pizzonia • 9 Räikkönen • 10 Montoya • 10 De la Rosa • 10 Wurz • 11 Villeneuve • 12 Massa • 14 Coulthard • 15 Klien • 15 Liuzzi • 16 Trulli • 17 R. Schumacher • 17 Zonta • 18 Monteiro • 19 Karthikeyan • 20 Friesacher • 20 Doornbos • 21 Albers
Other Drivers Badoer • Bernoldi • Gené • Kiesa • Kovalainen • Montagny • Panis • Rosberg • Speed • Yamamoto
Cars Renault R25 • McLaren MP4-20 • Ferrari F2004M • Ferrari F2005 • Toyota TF105 • Williams FW27 • BAR 007 • Red Bull RB1 • Sauber C24 • Jordan EJ15 • Minardi PS04B • Minardi PS05
Tyres Bridgestone • Michelin
Races Australia • Malaysia • Bahrain • San Marino • Spain • Monaco • Europe • Canada • United States • France • Britain • Germany • Hungary • Turkey • Italy • Belgium • Brazil • Japan • China
See also 2004 Formula One Season • 2006 Formula One Season • Category
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