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The McLaren MP4-19 was a car that McLaren built for the 2004 Formula One season. It was driven by Kimi Räikkönen and David Coulthard.

The car was described as a "debugged version" of the never-raced MP4-18, but it was an unsuccessful car. For the French Grand Prix, McLaren updated the MP4-19 to a B-spec version.

Season reviewEdit

David Coulthard failed to finish on the podium, and eventually went to leave McLaren in December 2004 and signed for Red Bull for the 2005 season.

Kimi Räikkönen snapped a single pole position of the season, and finished on the podium 4 times, including a victory at Belgium.

StaffEdit

Position Name
Team Principal Ron Dennis
Chief Executive Officer Martin Whitmarsh
Managing Director Jonathan Neale
Chief Engineer Systems Development Paddy Lowe
Engineering Director Adrian Newey
Chief aerodynamicist Peter Prodromou
Chief aerodynamicist Nicholas Tombazis
Design and Development Director Neil Oatley
Board director of Mercedes Jürgen Hubbert
Vice-President of Mercedes-Benz Motorsport Norbert Haug
Director of Operations for Mercedes-Benz Motorsport Ola Kallenius
Director of Engines for Mercedes-Benz Motorsport Mario Illien
Operations Manager Simon Roberts
Team Manager Dave Ryan
Chief Engineer Tim Goss
Chief Designer Mike Coughlan
Head of Aerodynamics Henri Durand
Head of Vehicle Engineering Mark Williams
Chief Engineer of Race Development Pat Fry
Chief Mechanic Peter Vale
Number 2 Mechanic Marc Priestley
Chief Race Engineer Steve Hallam
Spokesperson Wolfgang Schattling
Spokesperson Ellen Kolby
Race Engineer to David Coulthard Phil Prew
Race Engineer to Kimi Räikkönen Mark Slade
Driver David Coulthard
Driver Kimi Räikkönen
Test Driver Pedro de la Rosa
Test Driver Alexander Wurz

Complete Formula One ResultsEdit

Complete Formula One Results
YearDriverTyre123456789101112131415161718
2004 Flag of Australia Flag of Malaysia Flag of Bahrain Flag of San Marino Flag of Spain Flag of Monaco Flag of Europe Flag of Canada Flag of the United States Flag of France Flag of Great Britain Flag of Germany Flag of Hungary Flag of Belgium Flag of Italy Flag of China Flag of Japan Flag of Brazil
United Kingdom Coulthard M 8th6thRet12th10thRetRet6th7th6th7th4th9th7th6th9thRet11th
Finland Räikkönen RetRetRet8th11thRetRet5th6th7th2ndRetRet1stRet3rd6th2nd

NotesEdit

V T E 2004 Formula One Season
Teams Ferrari • Williams • McLaren • Renault • BAR • Sauber • Jaguar • Toyota • Jordan • Minardi
Engines BMW • Cosworth • Ferrari • Ford • Honda • Mercedes • Petronas • Renault • Toyota
Drivers M. Schumacher • 2 Barrichello • 3 Montoya • 4 R. Schumacher • 4 Gené • 4 Pizzonia • 5 Coulthard • 6 Räikkönen • 7 Trulli • 7 Villeneuve • 8 Alonso • 9 Button • 10 Sato • 11 Fisichella • 12 Massa • 14 Webber • 15 Klien • 16 Da Matta • 16/17 Zonta • 16 Trulli • 17 Panis • 18 Heidfeld • 19 Pantano • 19 Glock • 20 Bruni • 21 Baumgartner
Other Drivers Badoer • Davidson • De la Rosa • Doornbos • Kovalainen • Monteiro • Piquet • Rosberg • Rossi • Wurz
Cars Ferrari F2004 • BAR 006 • Renault R24 • Williams FW26 • McLaren MP4-19 • Sauber C23 • Jaguar R5 • Toyota TF104 • Jordan EJ14 • Minardi PS04B
Tyres Bridgestone • Michelin
Races Australia • Malaysia • Bahrain • San Marino • Spain • Monaco • Europe • Canada • United States • France • Britain • Germany • Hungary • Belgium • Italy • China • Japan • Brazil
See also 2003 Formula One Season • 2005 Formula One Season • Category
V T E McLarenLogo McLaren Racing
Founder
Bruce McLaren
Notable Personnel
Éric Boullier · Ron Dennis · Tim Goss · Jonathan Neale · Neil Oakley · Peter Prodromou
Former Notable Personnel
John Barnard · Gordon Coppuck · Pat Fry · Norbert Haug · Robin Herd · Paddy Lowe · Neil Martin · Teddy Mayer · Sam Michael · Gordon Murray · Adrian Newey · Steve Nichols · Jo Ramirez · Nicholas Tombazis · Martin Whitmarsh
Drivers
2. Belgium Stoffel Vandoorne · 14. Spain Fernando Alonso
World Champions
Brazil Emerson Fittipaldi (1974) · United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton (2008) · United Kingdom James Hunt (1976) · Finland Mika Häkkinen (1998, 1999) ·
Austria Niki Lauda (1984) · France Alain Prost (1985, 1986, 1989) · Brazil Ayrton Senna (1988, 1990, 1991)
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