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Teams and Drivers[]

The following teams and drivers competed in the 2000 FIA Formula One World Championship. All teams competed with tyres supplied by Bridgestone.[1]

Constructor Chassis Tyre No. Driver Rounds Test/Reserve Drivers
Team Engine
McLaren-Mercedes MP4-15 B 1 Finland Mika Hakkinen All France Olivier Panis
United Kingdom Darren Turner
United Kingdom West McLaren Mercedes Mercedes F0110J 2 United Kingdom David Coulthard All
Ferrari F1-2000 B 3 Germany Michael Schumacher All Italy Luca Badoer
Italy Thomas Biagi
Italy Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro Ferrari 049 4 Brazil Rubens Barrichello All
Jordan-Mugen-Honda EJ10
EJ10B
M 5 Germany Heinz-Harald Frentzen All Czech Republic Tomáš Enge
Ireland Benson & Hedges Jordan Mugen-Honda MF-301 HE 6 Italy Jarno Trulli All
Jaguar-Cosworth R1 B 7 United Kingdom Eddie Irvine 1-9, 11-17 Brazil Luciano Burti
United Kingdom Dario Franchitti
Germany André Lotterer
United Kingdom Jaguar Racing Cosworth CR-2 7 Brazil Luciano Burti 10
8 United Kingdom Johnny Herbert All
Williams-BMW FW22 B 9 Germany Ralf Schumacher All Brazil Bruno Junqueira
Germany Jörg Müller
United Kingdom BMW BWilliams F1 Team BMW E41 10 United Kingdom Jenson Button All
Benetton-Playlife B200 B 11 Italy Giancarlo Fisichella All Japan Hidetoshi Mitsusada
Brazil Antônio Pizzonia
Spain Fernando Alonso
Italy Giorgio Pantano
Italy Mild Seven Benetton Playlife Playlife FB02 12 Austria Alexander Wurz All
Prost-Peugeot AP03 B 14 France Jean Alesi All France Stéphane Sarrazin
Spain Oriol Servià
France Gauloises Gauloises Peugeot Peugeot A20 15 Germany Nick Heidfeld All
Sauber-Petronas C19 B 16 Brazil Pedro Diniz All Brazil Enrique Bernoldi
Finland Kimi Räikkönen
Switzerland Red Bull Sauber Petronas Petronas SPE 04A 17 Finland Mika Salo All
Arrows-Supertec A21 B 18 Spain Pedro de la Rosa All Australia Mark Webber
Brazil Antônio Pizzonia
United Kingdom Arrows F1 Team Supertec FB02 19 Netherlands Jos Verstappen All
Minardi-Fondmetal M02 B 20 Spain Marc Gené All Spain Fernando Alonso
Italy Giorgio Vinella
Italy Telefonica Minardi Fondmetal Fondmetal RV10 21 Argentina Gastón Mazzacane All
BAR-Honda 002 B 22 Canada Jacques Villeneuve All United Kingdom Darren Manning
France Patrick Lemarié
United Kingdom Marc Hynes
United Kingdom Lucky Strike BAR Honda Honda RA000E 23 Brazil Ricardo Zonta All

All engines were in 3.0 litre, V10 configuration

Team changes[]

  • After being bought by Ford, the Stewart team was renamed Jaguar Racing, with the team's engines rebadged as Cosworths. The Ford V10s used by Minardi were rebadged as Fondmetal engines, in deference to Gabriele Rumi's financial input to the team, and the car's main colour was changed from white to a fluorescent yellow. The Ford name, ever-present on the Formula One grid since the debut of the Ford Cosworth DFV in 1967, was therefore absent for the 2000 season, although it would make a brief return in 2003 and 2004.
  • Williams switched to BMW engines, replacing the Supertec units of the previous season. The contract, which had been signed back in 1998, marked BMW's return to Formula One after over a decade of absence. BAR, who had also used Supertecs in 1999, signed a deal with Honda to use their engines for the 2000 season. Honda's previous stint as an engine supplier had ended in 1992, when their highly successful collaboration with McLaren came to a conclusion.
  • Following the departure of engine designer Brian Hart, who had been responsible for the team's Hart, Yamaha and Arrows engines, the Arrows team switched to Supertec engines for 2000.

Driver changes[]

Mid-season changes[]

Regulation changes[]

  • To keep costs down, the V10 engine configuration was made fully mandatory in 2000 so that engine builders would not develop and experiment with other configurations but the V engine bank angle remained various.[3] The V10 configuration had been the most popular since the banning of turbocharged engines in 1989, and no other configuration had been used since 1998.
  • A change to red flag procedure was introduced, where races stopped after two laps but before three-quarters race distance had been completed would be restarted with the cars lining up on the grid in the order they were at the end of the penultimate lap before the lap during which the red flag was shown. Only the race order and number of laps completed were taken into account for the restarted race, with time differences between the cars voided; as such, the distance of the restarted race became the number of laps remaining from the original races, deducted by three.[4]
  • On 7 September, the FIA announced that using cooled fuel during a Grand Prix would be banned "with immediate effect".[5]
  • This was the last full season for cars competing without traction control, launch control, and fully-automatic gearboxes, until the 2004 and 2008 seasons, respectively. (Note: Traction control was reintroduced five races into the 2001 season, at the Spanish Grand Prix.)

Calendar[]

World Championship Schedule[]

Round Grand Prix Date
1 Australia Australian Grand Prix 12 March
Albert Park 1996
Official Title LXV Qantas Australian Grand Prix
Circuit Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit
Location Australia Melbourne, Australia
Lap distance 5.303 km (3.295 mi)
Race distance 307.574 km (191.118 mi)
Date 12 March Laps 58
Local time 14:00 AEDT UTC 03:00
2 Brazil Brazilian Grand Prix 26 March
Autódromo José Carlos Pace (Interlagos) map
Official Title XXIX Grande Prêmio Marlboro do Brasil
Circuit Autódromo José Carlos Pace
Location Brazil São Paulo, Brazil
Lap distance 4.309 km (2.677 mi)
Race distance 305.939 km (190.102 mi)
Date 26 March Laps 71
Local time 14:00 BRT UTC 17:00
3 San Marino San Marino Grand Prix 9 April
Imola 1995
Official Title 20° Gran Premio Warsteiner di San Marino
Circuit Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari
Location Italy Imola, Emilia-Romagna, Italy
Lap distance 4.933 km (3.065 mi)
Race distance 305.846 km (190.044 mi)
Date 9 April Laps 62
Local time 14:00 CEST UTC 12:00
4 United Kingdom British Grand Prix 23 April
Silverstone1997
Official Title LIII Foster’s British Grand Prix
Circuit Silverstone Circuit
Location United Kingdom Silverstone, Northamptonshire, England
Lap distance 5.141 km (3.194 mi)
Race distance 308.46 km (191.668 mi)
Date 23 April Laps 60
Local time 14:00 BST UTC 13:00
5 Spain Spanish Grand Prix 7 May
Catalunya1995
Official Title XLII Gran Premio Marlboro de España
Circuit Circuit de Catalunya
Location Spain Barcelona, Spain
Lap distance 4.730 km (2.939 mi)
Race distance 307.45 km (191.041 mi)
Date 7 May Laps 65
Local time 14:00 CEST UTC 12:00
6 Europe European Grand Prix 21 May
Nurburgring 1995
Official Title XLIV Warsteiner Grand Prix of Europe
Circuit Nürburgring
Location Germany Nürburg, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
Lap distance 4.556 km (2.831 mi)
Race distance 305.252 km (189.675 mi)
Date 21 May Laps 67
Local time 14:00 CEST UTC 12:00
7 Monaco Monaco Grand Prix 4 June
Circuit Monaco 2007
Official Title LVIII Grand Prix Automobile de Monaco
Circuit Circuit de Monaco
Location Monaco Monte Carlo, Monaco
Lap distance 3.367 km (2.092 mi)
Race distance 262.626 km (163.188 mi)
Date 4 June Laps 78
Local time 14:00 CEST UTC 12:00
8 Canada Canadian Grand Prix 18 June
Circuit Gilles Villeneuve 1996
Official Title XXXVII Grand Prix Air Canada
Circuit Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
Location Canada Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Lap distance 4.421 km (2.747 mi)
Race distance 305.049 km (189.549 mi)
Date 18 June Laps 69
Local time 14:00 EDT UTC 18:00
9 France French Grand Prix 2 July
Magny-Cours 1992
Official Title LXXXVI Mobil 1 Grand Prix de France
Circuit Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours
Location France Magny-Cours, France
Lap distance 4.251 km (2.641 mi)
Race distance 306.072 km (190.184 mi)
Date 2 July Laps 72
Local time 14:00 CEST UTC 12:00
10 Austria Austrian Grand Prix 16 July
A1 Ring
Official Title XXIV Groβer A1 Preis von Östeereich
Circuit A1 Ring
Location Austria Spielberg, Styria, Austria
Lap distance 4.326 km (2.688 mi)
Race distance 307.146 km (190.852 mi)
Date 16 July Laps 71
Local time 14:00 CEST UTC 12:00
11 Germany German Grand Prix 30 July
Hockenheimring 1994
Official Title LXII Groβer Mobil 1 Preis von Deutschland
Circuit Hockenheimring
Location Germany Hockenheim, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Lap distance 6.823 km (4.240 mi)
Race distance 307.035 km (190.783 mi)
Date 30 July Laps 45
Local time 14:00 CEST UTC 12:00
12 Hungary Hungarian Grand Prix 3 August
Hungaroring1989
Official Title XVI Marlboro Magyar Nagydij
Circuit Hungaroring
Location Hungary Budapest, Hungary
Lap distance 3.975 km (2.470 mi)
Race distance 306.075 km (190.186 mi)
Date 3 August Laps 77
Local time 14:00 CEST UTC 12:00
13 Belgium Belgian Grand Prix 27 August
Spa 1995
Official Title LVIII Foster’s Grand Prix de Belgique
Circuit Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps
Location Belgium Francorchamps, Stavelot, Liège, Belgium
Lap distance 6.968 km (4.330 mi)
Race distance 306.592 km (190.507 mi)
Date 27 August Laps 44
Local time 14:00 CEST UTC 12:00
14 Italy Italian Grand Prix 10 September
Monza2000
Official Title LXXI Gran Premio Campari d’Italia
Circuit Autodromo Nazionale Monza
Location Italy Milan, Lombardy, Italy
Lap distance 5.793 km (3.600 mi)
Race distance 307.029 km (190.779 mi)
Date 10 September Laps 53
Local time 14:00 CEST UTC 12:00
15 United States United States Grand Prix 24 September
IMS road
Official Title 29th SAP United States Grand Prix
Circuit Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Location United States Speedway, Indianapolis, Indiana, United States of America
Lap distance 4.195 km (2.607 mi)
Race distance 306.235 km (190.286 mi)
Date 24 September Laps 73
Local time 13:00 EST UTC 18:00
16 Japan Japanese Grand Prix 8 October
Suzuka 1987 layout
Official Title XXVI Fuji Television Japanese Grand Prix <smaller>(XXVI フジテレビ日本グランプリ)</smaller>
Circuit Suzuka Circuit
Location Japan Suzuka, Mie Prefecture, Japan
Lap distance 5.859 km (3.641 mi)
Race distance 310.527 km (192.953 mi)
Date 8 October Laps 53
Local time 14:30 JST UTC 05:30
17 Malaysia Malaysian Grand Prix 22 October
Sepang
Official Title [[2000 Malaysian Grand Prix]]|II Petronas Malaysian Grand Prix]]
Circuit Sepang International Circuit
Location Malaysia Sepang, Selangor, Malaysia
Lap distance 5.543 km (3.444 mi)
Race distance 310.408 km (192.879 mi)
Date 22 October Laps 56
Local time 15:00 MYT UTC 07:00

Report[]

The main changes among the top teams were that Eddie Irvine was replaced by Rubens Barrichello at Ferrari and at Jordan, former world champion Damon Hill had retired, and was replaced by Jarno Trulli.

The first race of the season was in Australia, and the top five placings were similar to the previous year. The McLaren pair of world champion Mika Häkkinen and David Coulthard started 1–2 ahead of the Ferrari pair of Michael Schumacher and Rubens Barrichello. The Jordans of Heinz-Harald Frentzen and Jarno Trulli were fifth and sixth. During the race, the McLarens kept their positions at the start, while Barrichello lost out to Frentzen. The McLarens pulled away from Michael Schumacher, but on lap ten, Coulthard retired with a misfire. Häkkinen's engine blew up nine laps later, giving the lead to Schumacher. Neither Jordan also lasted the race, Frentzen retiring with a hydraulic failure from second, and Trulli with an engine failure from fourth. All this gave Ferrari an easy 1–2 with Schumacher winning from Barrichello, with Ralf Schumacher, driving for Williams completing the podium.

Heinz-Harald Frentzen 2001 Canada

Heinz-Harald Frentzen (pictured In 2001) finished third in Brazil.

For the second round in Brazil, the top four were the same again in qualifying, with Häkkinen and Coulthard starting 1–2 ahead of Michael Schumacher and Barrichello. Schumacher, who was on a two-stop strategy took the lead within two laps, built up a 20-second gap, and pitted. He rejoined in second, behind Häkkinen. Coulthard was suffering from gearbox problems, and so was not quick enough. Barrichello, who was also on a two-stopper was stuck behind Häkkinen for 15 laps, before passing him, and this compromised his race. He rejoined fourth after his stop, but his engine blew up soon after. Häkkinen was starting to edge away from Michael Schumacher, until he had to retire with an oil leak. This gave Schumacher the win, ahead of Coulthard and Giancarlo Fisichella. There was controversy after the race when all the drivers in the top six with the exception of Fisichella were excluded because of problems with their wooden floors. The teams appealed but when the FIA was scrutineering the cars again, they found out that the front wing endplates on Coulthard's car were lower than they should have been. Thus, the position of everyone except for Coulthard was reinstated. The final top three were: Michael Schumacher, Fisichella and Frentzen. Notably, Jenson Button was sixth, and got his first ever championship point. He also set the record for the youngest F1 driver to score a point.

After two rounds, Michael Schumacher had a maximum 20 out of 20 points, and no one else had even ten, and notably both McLaren drivers had none. Second was Fisichella with 8, with Barrichello third with 6. Ferrari also had a big lead in the Constructors' Championship with 26 points, the second being Benetton with 8, and the third being Williams with 7. McLaren had none.

The European season started off in San Marino, and Häkkinen took his third consecutive pole, with Michael Schumacher splitting the McLarens, and Barrichello was fourth. Häkkinen and Schumacher maintained their positions at the start, while Barrichello got past Coulthard. The race developed into a battle between Häkkinen and Schumacher, and quick in and out laps during the second round of pitstops enabled the latter to take the lead. Schumacher won, with Häkkinen second, and Coulthard third ahead of Barrichello.

Round four was in Britain, and in a wet-dry qualifying, Barrichello took his third pole position of his career, beating Frentzen by three-thousandth of a second, with the McLarens on the second row, Häkkinen ahead of Coulthard. Michael Schumacher could manage only fifth. At the start, the top two got away well and kept their places, while Coulthard got ahead of his teammate, and Schumacher lost three places. Frentzen was on a two-stop strategy, and pitted, leaving Barrichello leading from Coulthard and Häkkinen. Barrichello kept a gap till his car started suffering from engine and hydraulic problems, and Coulthard took the lead on lap 30 with a superb passing manoeuvre on the outside at Stowe. He pitted two laps later, giving back the lead to the fading Barrichello. Barrichello hung around until lap 35 when he spun at Luffield, and drove his car to the pits only to find out his team weren't ready. He waited until the stop was over, only to find out that he couldn't restart the car as his hydraulics had completely failed. This left him with no option but to retire. Frentzen now led, but after his second stop he rejoined fourth behind the McLarens and the Ferrari of Schumacher. Frentzen's gearbox failed 6 laps from the end, forcing him to retire. Coulthard took his second consecutive home victory, ahead of Häkkinen who completed the McLaren 1–2, with Schumacher third.

The win got Coulthard to second in the standings with 14 points, but 20 behind Michael Schumacher who had 34. Häkkinen had 12, and Barrichello and Ralf Schumacher had nine. In the Constructors' Championship, Ferrari had 43 points, while McLaren had 26.

Round five was in Spain, and Michael Schumacher took his first pole of the year ahead of Häkkinen, Barrichello and Coulthard (who was not 100% fit after a plane crash in France). Schumacher and Häkkinen stayed first and second after the start, but their teammates had lost out to Ralf Schumacher. Michael Schumacher stalled during the second round of stops, and lost the lead to Häkkinen. After the stops, Michael Schumacher had a problem with his tyres, and was passed by Coulthard, Ralf Schumacher and Barrichello. He then pitted, and rejoined fifth. Häkkinen took his first win of the season, with Coulthard making it a second successive McLaren 1–2, and Barrichello completed the podium. Michael Schumacher was fifth behind his brother.

The European Grand Prix, held at the Nurburgring in Germany was next. Coulthard took pole ahead of Michael Schumacher, Häkkinen and Barrichello. Coulthard did not have a great start and was quickly passed by Schumacher. Häkkinen, however, had a blinder and shot past both of them. And then the rain came, resulting in Schumacher passing Häkkinen on lap 11 at the chicane. Schumacher kept the lead, Coulthard passed Häkkinen, and Barrichello was down in ninth. Häkkinen passed Coulthard, who was struggling badly with a problem. There were no more changes at the front. Schumacher won from Häkkinen, Coulthard was third but was lapped, and Barrichello charged back up from ninth to fourth.

With over a third of the season complete, Michael Schumacher led the championship with 46 points, Häkkinen was second with 28, Coulthard was third with 24, and Barrichello was fourth with 16. In the Constructors' Championship, Ferrari had 62 points, McLaren had 52, and Williams were best of the rest with 15.

The glamorous Monaco Grand Prix was the seventh round, and Michael Schumacher eased to pole. Jordan found some pace, with Trulli getting second ahead of Coulthard, and Frentzen fourth ahead of Häkkinen. As the race started, the top drivers maintained their places, but in the midfield, Jenson Button tipped Pedro de la Rosa into a spin, blocking the track. The race had to be red-flagged. Out came the second start, and all the drivers started cleanly. The Jordans were not as quick as they were in qualifying, and Trulli was clearly holding up Coulthard, and the latter could do nothing about it. Schumacher shot out into the distance at a second a lap. Then, on lap 37, Trulli retired with a gearbox failure, releasing Coulthard. Coulthard closed in on Schumacher, but with a gap of 36 seconds, there was nothing much he could do until Schumacher suffered suspension failure on the 55th lap, forcing him to retire. Häkkinen was fifth until he slowed down with a problem. The team were able to fix it and send him back out again. Frentzen, who was running second punted his car into the wall with eight laps to go, in an attrition-filled race. Coulthard took the win, ahead of Barrichello and Giancarlo Fisichella, while Häkkinen mustered sixth place.

Now to North America for the Canadian GP. Michael Schumacher took pole ahead of Coulthard, Barrichello and Häkkinen. The top two kept their grid positions into the first corner, but Jacques Villeneuve was up to third ahead of Barrichello and Häkkinen. This allowed the top two to pull away. And then Coulthard was given a ten-second stop-and-go penalty because his mechanics worked on his car less than 15 seconds before the parade lap. He rejoined in the midfield. Barrichello passed Villeneuve on lap 25, but the gap to Schumacher was 27 seconds. Häkkinen took third from Villeneuve on lap 28, and the order settled down until it started raining. Everyone pitted for wets, and the order was shuffled completely. Schumacher stayed first, but Fischella had got ahead of Barrichello and Häkkinen, with Trulli fifth. A mistake from Fisichella allowed Barrichello through into second. Michael Schumacher took his fifth win of the season, with Barrichello making it a Ferrari 1–2 ahead of Fisichella. Häkkinen had to be content with fourth.

With nearly half the season over, Michael Schumacher had a 22-point lead in the standings, with 56 points to Coulthard's 34. Häkkinen and Barrichello were not far behind, with 32 and 28 points respectively. In the Constructors' Championship, Ferrari had an 18-point lead over McLaren, with 84 points to the McLaren's 66. Benetton were third with 18.

The French Grand Prix was next on the calendar. Michael Schumacher took his third consecutive pole, and again Coulthard was second, Barrichello third and Häkkinen fourth. When the race started, Schumacher kept first but Coulthard was beaten by Barrichello. Schumacher slowly started to pull away from his teammate and built a lead. Coulthard's car handled better as the fuel load decreased, and on lap 22, he passed Barrichello. During the round of pitstops, Barrichello lost out to Häkkinen. Schumacher's tyres were badly blistered, and so the McLarens and Barrichello started to close in on him. Coulthard tried to pass him at the outside of the Adelaide hairpin but Schumacher pushed him wide. Coulthard was not happy and made a series of irate gestures. A few laps later, Coulthard went for the inside at the same corner and made the move cleanly. Coulthard apologized for his gestures after the race. Schumacher kept second until 12 laps from the end when his engine blew up. Coulthard won, with Häkkinen making it a McLaren 1–2, and Barrichello completed the podium.

The A1-Ring in Austria was the host for Round ten. Häkkinen and Coulthard started 1–2, for the first time since Brazil, with the Ferraris of Barrichello and Schumacher in third and fourth respectively. The McLarens maintained their positions at the start, but there was carnage behind, with the Ferraris at the centre. Trulli hit the back of Barrichello, and at the same time, Ricardo Zonta hit Schumacher, tipping him to a spin. Schumacher spun in Trulli's path, causing a collision between the two drivers that lead to their retirements from the race. During the mayhem that followed, Mika Salo emerged third and Pedro de la Rosa emerged fourth, with Barrichello down in ninth. The McLarens quickly disappeared into the distance, while de la Rosa took third from Salo. Barrichello charged back up to fourth, which became third when de la Rosa's engine failed, putting him out from third. Häkkinen and Coulthard gave McLaren their fourth 1–2, with Barrichello finishing third. After the race, McLaren were penalized and lost 10 Constructors' Championship points because an FIA seal was found to be missing from Häkkinen's car; Häkkinen did not lose any points.

With ten races out of 17 finished, Michael Schumacher led the championship with 56 points, whilst Coulthard was only 6 points behind with 50, and Häkkinen a further two points behind with 48. Barrichello was fourth with 36, and Fisichella was fifth with 18. In the Constructors' Championship, Ferrari led by only 4 points now, with 92 compared to McLaren's 88. Williams were third with 19.

Now to Germany, and Coulthard took his second pole ahead of Michael Schumacher, with Fisichella taking third from Häkkinen in a dry-wet qualifying. Häkkinen had one of his best ever starts, and shot up to first even before the first corner. Schumacher was hit from behind by Fisichella, and both were punted into the wall. This left Häkkinen and Coulthard running 1–2, with no one to challenge them. After 25 laps out of 44, the McLarens were half a minute ahead of third-placed Trulli. de la Rosa was fourth, ahead of Barrichello who was both recovering from a bad qualifying. And then, a disgruntled Mercedes-Benz employee ran to the track with a banner. The safety car was out, while the man was taken away. Everyone took the chance to pit, and Coulthard lost out badly because McLaren could not take both their cars at the same time. As the race restarted, it started raining. However, it rained only in some portion of the track. Everyone with the exception of Barrichello and Frentzen pitted. This left Barrichello leading ahead of Frentzen, Häkkinen, Trulli and Coulthard. Those on dries were lapping as quick as those on wets. Trulli was given a stop-go penalty for overtaking under yellow flags. Frentzen lost second when his gearbox failed. This left Barrichello to take his first ever win ahead of Häkkinen and Coulthard.

The drivers went to Hungary for the next round, and Michael Schumacher took pole ahead of Coulthard, Häkkinen, Ralf Schumacher and Barrichello. Häkkinen again started like a rocket, and beat both Michael Schumacher and Coulthard into the first corner. Häkkinen pulled away, and Coulthard was held up by Schumacher. Coulthard would have got in front of Schumacher at the second round of stops, but lost time behind Gastón Mazzacane and then Marc Gené. This meant he emerged a fraction behind Schumacher. Häkkinen won, with Schumacher and Coulthard making up the podium. Barrichello beat Ralf to fourth.

Häkkinen's win had now given him the lead in the championship, with 64 points to Schumacher's 62. Coulthard was third with 58, and Barrichello fourth with 49. Fisichella was fifth with 18. In the Constructors' Championship, McLaren took the lead from Ferrari, a lead of 1 point, with 112 compared to Ferrari's 111. Williams were third with 24.

Round 13 out of 17 was in Belgium. Häkkinen took pole, and much to his joy, Trulli and Button took second and third, pushing Michael Schumacher and Coulthard down to fourth and fifth. It was wet at the start, but the top 5 maintained their positions. Häkkinen immediately set about building up a lead. On lap five, Button tried to pass Trulli, and they collided. Trulli was out, and Button lost places. Schumacher and Coulthard gladly took second and third. The former now started to close in on Häkkinen, and took the lead when Häkkinen had a half-spin on lap 12. As the track dried out, everyone changed from wet to dry tyres. Coulthard stayed out too long, and dropped from third to ninth. On a dry track, Häkkinen was faster than Schumacher, and chased him down. With four laps to go, he made a move, but Schumacher turned at him and forced him to the grass at 200 mph. On the next lap, when they were coming to lap Ricardo Zonta, the two men took either sides, and when they turned, Häkkinen was ahead. Häkkinen went on to win and Schumacher had to be content with second. Ralf was third, and Coulthard bounced back to finish fourth.

Jos Verstappen 2000 Monza (cropped)

At the Italian Grand Prix, Jos Verstappen finished fourth, his team's best result of the season.

The next round was in Italy, the home of Ferrari. Their drivers did not disappoint, Schumacher and Barrichello giving them their first 1–2 start of the season, ahead of Häkkinen, Villeneuve and Coulthard. At the start, Schumacher and the McLarens started well, but Barrichello and Villeneuve started badly. Schumacher and Häkkinen were first and second, with Coulthard third. Into the second chicane, and Frentzen just braked too late, and hit the back of Barrichello and Trulli, who were running side by side. All three spun, and Coulthard too was collected in the confusion. Later, it came out that a fire marshal, Paolo Ghislimberti had been killed after he was hit on the chest by a wheel from this collision. The top three at the end of this carnage were: Michael Schumacher, Häkkinen and Ralf Schumacher. The race restarted after 10 laps behind the safety car, and Michael Schumacher and Häkkinen quickly pulled away from the rest. Häkkinen tried to outpace Schumacher, but he was just not as quick as the latter. Michael Schumacher took his sixth win of the year, ahead of Häkkinen and Ralf. After the race, Schumacher burst into tears in the press conference, when told that he had equalled Ayrton Senna's record of 41 wins, and about Ghislimberti's death.

With three more races to go, Häkkinen still led Michael Schumacher by two points, with 80 compared to the latter's 78. Coulthard was all but out of it, and was third with 61. Barrichello was fourth with 49, Ralf was fifth with 20, and Fisichella sixth with 18. In the Constructors' Championship, McLaren had 131 points, and a lead of four points over Ferrari who had 127. Williams was third with 30.

The United States Grand Prix hosted the 15th round, and Michael Schumacher took his seventh pole of the season. Coulthard was second, with Häkkinen and Barrichello third and fourth. Before the race, it rained, and so everyone started on wet tyres. The red lights stayed longer than usual for the start, and Coulthard took off a little too early. This gave him the lead, but it was clear that he would suffer a penalty. He led, ahead of Schumacher and Häkkinen. He knew he would have to suffer a penalty, and blocked Schumacher so that his teammate could close in. Schumacher was having none of it, and passed Coulthard on lap 7 at the first corner. The track began to dry out, and Häkkinen pitted for dries. He came out behind Gastón Mazzacane, and was stuck there. Coulthard soon had his penalty and dropped out of contention. The Ferraris stayed out late, and while Schumacher was ten seconds in the lead, Barrichello rejoined in the mid-field. The top three after the change for dries were Michael Schumacher, Häkkinen and Ralf Schumacher. Häkkinen set a string of fastest laps, and closed down a ten-second gap to Michael Schumacher to four in ten laps, only for his engine to blow up on lap 25. Michael Schumacher was left with a big lead ahead of his brother, which became even bigger when Ralf's engine failed with 12 laps to go, giving second to Frentzen. Frentzen, however was soon passed by a charging Barrichello. Schumacher had a spin towards the end, but hit nothing and survived. He went on to win, with Barrichello making it a Ferrari 1–2, and Frentzen completed the podium.

This win, coupled with Häkkinen's retirement gave Schumacher an eight-point lead, meaning that a win in the next race would give him the title. The result also gave Ferrari the lead in the Constructors' Championship.

The penultimate round was in Japan, and Michael Schumacher beat Häkkinen to pole by 0.009 seconds. Coulthard was third and Barrichello fourth. The race started in overcast conditions, with rain looming. Häkkinen started off better than Schumacher and took the lead. Coulthard maintained third. The two title contenders, Häkkinen and Schumacher pulled away from the others at over a second a lap and were separated by 2–3 seconds. The first round of stops changed nothing. Then, some rain started spitting down at the track, and Schumacher started to close in. Schumacher's second pitstop was three laps after Häkkinen's, and although he was two seconds behind Häkkinen before the stops, he came out four seconds ahead. Schumacher won the race, and the championship, with Häkkinen and Coulthard completing the podium. Barrichello finished fourth.

The final round of the season was in Malaysia. Michael Schumacher took pole again, ahead of Häkkinen, Coulthard and a flu-ridden Barrichello. Schumacher had a poor start from pole, and immediately both McLarens were ahead of him. However, it became clear that Häkkinen had jumped the start and he received a penalty. He let Coulthard through, and held up the Ferraris until he went in for the penalty. Coulthard had a good lead, but wasted it by running wide at Turn three. He pitted before Michael Schumacher, and the time he lost by the mistake gave the lead to Schumacher. The two ran together for the rest of the race, with Barrichello unable to keep up. Michael Schumacher won again, ahead of Coulthard and Barrichello, and this ensured the Constructors' Championship for Ferrari. Häkkinen charged back to finish fourth.

At the end of the season, Michael Schumacher was champion with 108 points, Häkkinen was second with 89, Coulthard third with 73, Barrichello fourth with 62, Ralf Schumacher fifth with 24, and Fisichella sixth with 18. In the Constructors' Championship, Ferrari won with 170 points, McLaren was second with 152, and Williams was third with 36.

Results and standings[]

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Season Summary[]

Round Event Report
Grid Result
1 Australia Australian Grand Prix Report
Finland Mika Häkkinen
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
1 Germany Michael Schumacher
Italy Ferrari
Fastest Lap
United Kingdom David Coulthard
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
2 Brazil Rubens Barrichello
Italy Ferrari
Brazil Rubens Barrichello
Italy Ferrari
Germany Michael Schumacher
Italy Ferrari
3 Germany Ralf Schumacher
United Kingdom Williams-BMW
1:31.481 on Lap 41
2 Brazil Brazilian Grand Prix Report
Finland Mika Häkkinen
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
1 Germany Michael Schumacher
Italy Ferrari
Fastest Lap
United Kingdom David Coulthard
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
2 Italy Giancarlo Fisichella
Italy Benetton-Playlife
Germany Michael Schumacher
Italy Ferrari
Germany Michael Schumacher
Italy Ferrari
3 Germany Heinz-Harald Frentzen
Ireland Jordan-Mugen-Honda
1:14.755 on Lap 48
3 San Marino San Marino Grand Prix Report
Finland Mika Häkkinen
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
1 Germany Michael Schumacher
Italy Ferrari
Fastest Lap
Germany Michael Schumacher
Italy Ferrari
2 Finland Mika Häkkinen
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
Finland Mika Häkkinen
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
United Kingdom David Coulthard
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
3 United Kingdom David Coulthard
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
1:26.523 on Lap 60
4 United Kingdom British Grand Prix Report
Brazil Rubens Barrichello
Italy Ferrari
1 United Kingdom David Coulthard
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
Fastest Lap
Germany Heinz-Harald Frentzen
Ireland Jordan-Mugen-Honda
2 Finland Mika Häkkinen
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
Finland Mika Häkkinen
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
Finland Mika Häkkinen
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
3 Germany Michael Schumacher
Italy Ferrari
1:26.217 on Lap 56
5 Spain Spanish Grand Prix Report
Germany Michael Schumacher
Italy Ferrari
1 Finland Mika Häkkinen
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
Fastest Lap
Finland Mika Häkkinen
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
2 United Kingdom David Coulthard
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
Finland Mika Häkkinen
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
Brazil Rubens Barrichello
Italy Ferrari
3 Brazil Rubens Barrichello
Italy Ferrari
1:24.470 on Lap 28
6 Europe European Grand Prix Report
United Kingdom David Coulthard
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
1 Germany Michael Schumacher
Finland Ferrari
Fastest Lap
Germany Michael Schumacher
Italy Ferrari
2 Finland Mika Häkkinen
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
Germany Michael Schumacher
Italy Ferrari
Finland Mika Häkkinen
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
3 United Kingdom David Coulthard
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
1:22.269 on Lap 8
7 Monaco Monaco Grand Prix Report
Germany Michael Schumacher
Italy Ferrari
1 United Kingdom David Coulthard
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
Fastest Lap
Italy Jarno Trulli
Ireland Jordan-Mugen-Honda
2 Brazil Rubens Barrichello
Italy Ferrari
Finland Mika Häkkinen
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
United Kingdom David Coulthard
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
3 Italy Giancarlo Fisichella
Ireland Jordan-Mugen-Honda
1:21.571 on Lap 57
8 Canada Canadian Grand Prix Report
Germany Michael Schumacher
Italy Ferrari
1 Germany Michael Schumacher
Italy Ferrari
Fastest Lap
United Kingdom David Coulthard
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
2 Brazil Rubens Barrichello
Italy Ferrari
Finland Mika Häkkinen
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
Brazil Rubens Barrichello
Italy Ferrari
3 Italy Giancarlo Fisichella
Ireland Jordan-Mugen-Honda
1:19.049 on Lap 37
9 France French Grand Prix Report
Germany Michael Schumacher
Italy Ferrari
1 United Kingdom David Coulthard
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
Fastest Lap
United Kingdom David Coulthard
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
2 Finland Mika Häkkinen
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
United Kingdom David Coulthard
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
Brazil Rubens Barrichello
Italy Ferrari
3 Brazil Rubens Barrichello
Italy Ferrari
1:19.479 on Lap 28
10 Austria Austrian Grand Prix Report
Finland Mika Häkkinen
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
1 Finland Mika Häkkinen
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
Fastest Lap
United Kingdom David Coulthard
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
2 United Kingdom David Coulthard
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
United Kingdom David Coulthard
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
Brazil Rubens Barrichello
Italy Ferrari
3 Brazil Rubens Barrichello
Italy Ferrari
1:18.783 on Lap 66
11 Germany German Grand Prix Report
Finland Mika Häkkinen
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
1 Brazil Rubens Barrichello
Italy Ferrari
Fastest Lap
Germany Michael Schumacher
Italy Ferrari
2 Finland Mika Häkkinen
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
Brazil Rubens Barrichello
Italy Ferrari
Italy Giancarlo Fisichella
Italy Jordan-Mugen-Honda
3 United Kingdom David Coulthard
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
1:44.300 on Lap 20
12 Hungary Hungarian Grand Prix Report
Germany Michael Schumacher
Italy Ferrari
1 Finland Mika Häkkinen
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
Fastest Lap
United Kingdom David Coulthard
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
2 Germany Michael Schumacher
Italy Ferrari
Finland Mika Häkkinen
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
Finland Mika Häkkinen
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
3 United Kingdom David Coulthard
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
1:20.028 on Lap 33
13 Belgium Belgian Grand Prix Report
Finland Mika Häkkinen
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
1 Finland Mika Häkkinen
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
Fastest Lap
Italy Jarno Trulli
Ireland Jordan-Mugen-Honda
2 Germany Michael Schumacher
Italy Ferrari
Brazil Rubens Barrichello
Italy Ferrari
United Kingdom Jenson Button
United Kingdom Williams-BMW
3 Germany Ralf Schumacher
United Kingdom Williams-BMW
1:53.803 on Lap {{{FastestLapnumber}}}
14 Italy Italian Grand Prix Report
Germany Michael Schumacher
Italy Ferrari
1 Germany Michael Schumacher
Italy Ferrari
Fastest Lap
Brazil Rubens Barrichello
Italy Ferrari
2 Finland Mika Häkkinen
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
Finland Mika Häkkinen
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
Finland Mika Häkkinen
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
3 Germany Ralf Schumacher
United Kingdom Williams-BMW
1:25.595 on Lap 50
15 United States United States Grand Prix Report
Germany Michael Schumacher
Italy Ferrari
1 Germany Michael Schumacher
Italy Ferrari
Fastest Lap
United Kingdom David Coulthard
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
2 Brazil Rubens Barrichello
Italy Ferrari
United Kingdom David Coulthard
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
Finland Mika Häkkinen
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
3 Germany Heinz-Harald Frentzen
Ireland Jordan-Mugen-Honda
1:14.711 on Lap 40
16 Japan Japanese Grand Prix Report
Germany Michael Schumacher
Italy Ferrari
1 Germany Michael Schumacher
Italy Ferrari
Fastest Lap
Finland Mika Häkkinen
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
2 Finland Mika Häkkinen
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
Finland Mika Häkkinen
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
United Kingdom David Coulthard
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
3 United Kingdom David Coulthard
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
1:39.189 on Lap 26
17 Malaysia Malaysian Grand Prix Report
Germany Michael Schumacher
Italy Ferrari
1 Germany Michael Schumacher
Italy Ferrari
Fastest Lap
Finland Mika Häkkinen
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
2 United Kingdom David Coulthard
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
Finland Mika Häkkinen
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
United Kingdom David Coulthard
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
3 Brazil Rubens Barrichello
Italy Ferrari
1:38.543 on Lap 34

Scoring System[]

Points were awarded to the top six finishers in each race as 10-6-4-3-2-1 for top six finishers[6], no points will be given for drivers who have got the fastest lap of each grand prix.

World Drivers’ Championship Standings[]

FIA 2000 Formula One World Championship
Drivers' Championship
Pos. Driver 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Pts.
Flag of Australia Flag of Brazil Flag of San Marino Flag of Great Britain Flag of Spain Flag of Europe Flag of Monaco Flag of Canada Flag of France Flag of Austria Flag of Germany Flag of Hungary Flag of Belgium Flag of Italy Flag of the United States Flag of Japan Flag of Malaysia
1st Germany M. Schumacher 1st 1stF 1st 3rd 5thP 1stF RetP 1stP RetP Ret Ret 2ndP 2nd 1stP 1stP 1stP 1stP 108
2nd Finland M. Häkkinen RetP RetP 2ndPF 2ndF 1stF 2nd 6thF 4thF 2nd 1stP 2nd 1stF 1stP 2ndF Ret 2ndF 4thF 89
3rd United Kingdom D. Coulthard Ret DSQ 3rd 1st 2nd 3rdP 1st 7th 1stF 2ndF 3rdP 3rd 4th Ret 5thF 3rd 2nd 73
4th Brazil R. Barrichello 2ndF Ret 4th RetP 3rd 4th 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 1stF 4th RetF Ret 2nd 4th 3rd 62
5th Germany R. Schumacher 3rd 5th Ret 4th 4th Ret Ret 14th 5th Ret 7th 5th 3rd 3rd Ret Ret Ret 24
6th Italy G. Fisichella 5th 2nd 11th 7th 9th 5th 3rd 3rd 9th Ret Ret Ret Ret 11th Ret 14th 9th 18
7th Canada J. Villeneuve 4th Ret 5th 16th Ret Ret 7th 15th 4th 4th 8th 12th 7th Ret 4th 6th 5th 17
8th United Kingdom J. Button Ret 6th Ret 5th 17th 10th Ret 11th 8th 5th 4th 9th 5th Ret Ret 5th Ret 12
9th Germany H. Frentzen Ret 3rd Ret 17th 6th Ret 10th Ret 7th Ret Ret 6th 6th Ret 3rd Ret Ret 11
10th Italy J. Trulli Ret 4th 15th 6th 12th Ret Ret 6th 6th Ret 9th 7th Ret Ret Ret 13th 12th 6
11th Finland M. Salo DSQ DNS 6th 8th 7th Ret 5th Ret 10th 6th 5th 10th 9th 7th Ret 10th 8th 6
12th Netherlands J. Verstappen Ret 7th 14th Ret Ret Ret Ret 5th Ret Ret Ret 13th 15th 4th Ret Ret 10th 5
13th United Kingdom E. Irvine Ret Ret 7th 13th 11th Ret 4th 13th 13th WD 10th 8th 10th Ret 7th 8th 6th 4
14th Brazil R. Zonta 6th 9th 12th Ret 8th Ret Ret 8th Ret Ret Ret 14th 12th 6th 6th 9th Ret 3
15th Austria A. Wurz 7th Ret 9th 9th 10th 12th Ret 9th Ret 10th Ret 11th 13th 5th 10th Ret 7th 2
16th Spain P. de la Rosa Ret 8th Ret Ret Ret 6th DNS Ret Ret Ret 6th 16th 16th Ret Ret 12th Ret 2
United Kingdom J. Herbert Ret Ret 10th 12th 13th 11th 9th Ret Ret 7th Ret Ret 8th Ret 11th 7th Ret 0
Brazil P. Diniz Ret DNS 8th 11th Ret 7th Ret 10th 11th 9th Ret Ret 11th 8th 8th 11th Ret 0
Spain M. Gené 8th Ret Ret 14th 14th Ret Ret 16th 15th 8th Ret 15th 14th 9th 12th Ret Ret 0
Germany N. Heidfeld 9th Ret Ret Ret 16th EXC 8th Ret 12th Ret 12th Ret Ret Ret 9th Ret Ret 0
Argentina G. Mazzacane Ret 10th 13th 15th 15th 8th Ret 12th Ret 12th 11th Ret 17th 10th Ret 15th 13th 0
France J. Alesi Ret Ret Ret 10th Ret 9th Ret Ret 14th Ret Ret Ret Ret 12th Ret Ret 11th 0
Brazil L. Burti 11th 0
Pos. Driver Flag of Australia Flag of Brazil Flag of San Marino Flag of Great Britain Flag of Spain Flag of Europe Flag of Monaco Flag of Canada Flag of France Flag of Austria Flag of Germany Flag of Hungary Flag of Belgium Flag of Italy Flag of the United States Flag of Japan Flag of Malaysia Pts.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
Note

As fastest lap does not count in to the championship points, F is used instead of italic words.

Visual representation of point totals
Driver Pts.
1st – Michael Schumacher
108
2nd – Mika Häkkinen
89
3rd – David Coulthard
73
4th – Rubens Barrichello
62
5th – Ralf Schumacher
24
6th – Giancarlo Fisichella
18
7th – Jacques Villeneuve
17
8th – Jenson Button
12
9th – Heinz-Harald Frentzen
11
10th – Jarno Trulli
6
11th – Mika Salo
6
12th – Jos Verstappen
5
13th – Eddie Irvine
4
14th – Ricardo Zonta
3
15th – Alexander Wurz
2
16th – Pedro de la Rosa
2
Pedro Diniz
0
Johnny Herbert
0
Marc Gene
0
Gastón Mazzacane
0
Nick Heidfeld
0
Jean Alesi
0
Luciano Burti
0


World Constructors’ Championship Standings[]

FIA 2000 Formula One World Championship
Constructors' Championship
Pos. Constructor No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Pts.
Flag of Australia Flag of Brazil Flag of San Marino Flag of Great Britain Flag of Spain Flag of Europe Flag of Monaco Flag of Canada Flag of France Flag of Austria Flag of Germany Flag of Hungary Flag of Belgium Flag of Italy Flag of the United States Flag of Japan Flag of Malaysia
1st Italy Ferrari 3 1st 1stF 1st 3rd 5thP 1stF RetP 1stP RetP Ret Ret 2ndP 2nd 1stP 1stP 1stP 1stP 170
4 2ndF Ret 4th RetP 3rd 4th 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 1stF 4th RetF Ret 2nd 4th 3rd
2nd United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 1 RetP RetP 2ndPF 2ndF 1stF 2nd 6thF 4thF 2nd 1stP 2nd 1stF 1stP 2ndF Ret 2ndF 4thF 152[7]
2 Ret DSQ 3rd 1st 2nd 3rdP 1st 7th 1stF 2ndF 3rdP 3rd 4th Ret 5thF 3rd 2nd
3rd United Kingdom Williams-BMW 9 3rd 5th Ret 4th 4th Ret Ret 14th 5th Ret 7th 5th 3rd 3rd Ret Ret Ret 38
10 Ret 6th Ret 5th 17th 10th Ret 11th 8th 5th 4th 9th 5th Ret Ret 5th Ret
4th Italy Benetton-Playlife 11 5th 2nd 11th 7th 9th 5th 3rd 3rd 9th Ret Ret Ret Ret 11th Ret 14th 9th 20
12 7th Ret 9th 9th 10th 12th Ret 9th Ret 10th Ret 11th 13th 5th 10th Ret 7th
5th United Kingdom BAR-Honda 22 4th Ret 5th 16th Ret Ret 7th 15th 4th 4th 8th 12th 7th Ret 4th 6th 5th 20
23 6th 9th 12th Ret 8th Ret Ret 8th Ret Ret Ret 14th 12th 6th 6th 9th Ret
6th Ireland Jordan-Mugen-Honda 5 Ret 3rd Ret 17th 6th Ret 10th Ret 7th Ret Ret 6th 6th Ret 3rd Ret Ret 17
6 Ret 4th 15th 6th 12th Ret Ret 6th 6th Ret 9th 7th Ret Ret Ret 13th 12th
7th United Kingdom Arrows-Supertec 18 Ret 8th Ret Ret Ret 6th DNS Ret Ret Ret 6th 16th 16th Ret Ret 12th Ret 7
19 Ret 7th 14th Ret Ret Ret Ret 5th Ret Ret Ret 13th 15th 4th Ret Ret 10th
8th Switzerland Sauber-Petronas 16 Ret DNS 8th 11th Ret 7th Ret 10th 11th 9th Ret Ret 11th 8th 8th 11th Ret 6
17 DSQ DNS 6th 8th 7th Ret 5th Ret 10th 6th 5th 10th 9th 7th Ret 10th 8th
9th United Kingdom Jaguar-Cosworth 7 Ret Ret 7th 13th 11th Ret 4th 13th 13th 11th 10th 8th 10th Ret 7th 8th 6th 4
8 Ret Ret 10th 12th 13th 11th 9th Ret Ret 7th Ret Ret 8th Ret 11th 7th Ret
- Italy Minardi-Fondmetal 20 8th Ret Ret 14th 14th Ret Ret 16th 15th 8th Ret 15th 14th 9th 12th Ret Ret 0
21 Ret 10th 13th 15th 15th 8th Ret 12th Ret 12th 11th Ret 17th 10th Ret 15th 13th
- France Prost-Peugeot 14 Ret Ret Ret 10th Ret 9th Ret Ret 14th Ret Ret Ret Ret 12th Ret Ret 11th 0
15 9th Ret Ret Ret 16th EXC 8th Ret 12th Ret 12th Ret Ret Ret 9th Ret Ret
Pos. Constructor No. Flag of Australia Flag of Brazil Flag of San Marino Flag of Great Britain Flag of Spain Flag of Europe Flag of Monaco Flag of Canada Flag of France Flag of Austria Flag of Germany Flag of Hungary Flag of Belgium Flag of Italy Flag of the United States Flag of Japan Flag of Malaysia Pts.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
Note

As fastest lap does not count in to the championship points, F is used instead of italic words.


Visual representation of point totals
Constructor Pts.
1st – Ferrari
170
2nd – McLaren
152
3rd – Williams
36
4th – Benetton
20
5th – BAR
20
6th – Jordan
17
7th – Arrows
7
8th – Sauber
6
9th – Jaguar
4
Minardi
0
Prost
0


Head-to-Head: Teammate Comparisons[]

Team mate comparisons
Italy Ferrari
Michael Schumacher 12 Out-raced 5 Rubens Barrichello
Schumi 15 Outqualified 2 Rubens Barrichello
8 Wins 1
12 Podiums 9
Position: 1st 108 Points 62 Position: 4th
United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes
Mika Häkkinen 11 Out-raced 5 David Coulthard
Mika Hakkinen 13 Outqualified 4 David Coulthard
4 Wins 3
11 Podiums 11
Position: 2nd 89 Points 73 Position: 3rd
United Kingdom Williams-BMW
Ralf Schumacher 7 Out-raced 6 Jenson Button
Ralf Schumacher Williams 11 Outqualified 6 Jenson Button Williams
0 Wins 0
3 Podiums 0
Position: 5th 24 Points 12 Position: 8th
Italy Benetton-Playlife
Giancarlo Fisichella 5 Out-raced 5 Alexander Wurz
Giancarlo Fisichella 13 Outqualified 4 Alexander Wurz
0 Wins 0
3 Podiums 0
Position: 6th 18 Points 2 Position: 15th
United Kingdom BAR-Honda
Jacques Villeneuve 4 Out-raced 7 Ricardo Zonta
Jacques Villeneuve 15 Outqualified 2 Ricardo Zonta BAR
0 Wins 0
0 Podiums 0
Position: 7th 17 Points 3 Position: 14th
Ireland Jordan-Mugen-Honda
Heinz-Harald Frentzen 9 Out-raced 7 Jarno Trulli
Heinz-Harald Frentzen 8 Outqualified 9 Jarno Trulli
0 Wins 0
2 Podiums 0
Position: 9th 11 Points 6 Position: 10th
United Kingdom Arrows-Supertec
Pedro de la Rosa 10 Out-raced 10 Jos Verstappen
Pedro de la Rosa 11 Outqualified 6 Jos Verstappen
0 Wins 0
0 Podiums 0
Position: 16th 2 Points 5 Position: 12th
Switzerland Sauber-Petronas
Pedro Diniz 6 Out-raced 3 Mika Salo
Pedro Diniz 5 Outqualified 11 Mika Salo
0 Wins 0
0 Podiums 0
Position: 18th 0 Points 6 Position: 11th
United Kingdom Jaguar-Cosworth (Rounds 1-9, 11-17)
Eddie Irvine 4 Out-raced 8 Johnny Herbert
Eddie Irvine 13 Outqualified 3 Johnny Herbert
0 Wins 0
0 Podiums 0
Position: 13th 4 Points 0 Position: 17th
United Kingdom Jaguar-Cosworth (Round 10)
Luciano Burti 0 Out-raced 8 Johnny Herbert
Luciano Burti Jaguar 1 Outqualified 3 Johnny Herbert
0 Wins 0
0 Podiums 0
Position: 11th 4 Points 0 Position: 17th
Italy Minardi-Fondmetal
Marc Gené 11 Out-raced 5 Gastón Mazzacane
Marc Gené 14 Outqualified 3 Gastón Mazzacane
0 Wins 0
0 Podiums 0
Position: 19th 0 Points 0 Position: 21st
France Prost-Peugeot
Jean Alesi 12 Out-raced 10 Nick Heidfeld
Jean Alesi 9 Outqualified 7 Nick Heidfeld Prost
0 Wins 0
0 Podiums 0
Position: 22nd 0 Points 0 Position: 20th


References[]

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  2. Jenson Button: F1 driver profile – retrieved 16 January 2011
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  6. 2000 FIA Formula One World Championship Sporting Regulations Retrieved on 22 October 2011
  7. McLaren drivers scored 162 points, but the constructor was not awarded the 10 points for Häkkinen’s win in Australia due to a missing seal.
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V T E 2000 Formula One Season
Teams McLaren • Ferrari • Jordan • Jaguar • Williams • Benetton • Prost • Sauber • Arrows • Minardi • BAR
Engines BMW • Cosworth • Ferrari • Fondmetal • Honda • Mercedes • Mugen-Honda • Petronas • Peugeot • Playlife • Supertec
Drivers Häkkinen • 2 Coulthard • 3 M. Schumacher • 4 Barrichello • 5 Frentzen • 6 Trulli • 7 Irvine • 7 Burti • 8 Herbert • 9 R. Schumacher • 10 Button • 11 Fisichella • 12 Wurz • 14 Alesi • 15 Heidfeld • 16 Diniz • 17 Salo • 18 De la Rosa • 19 Verstappen • 20 Gené • 21 Mazzacane • 22 Villeneuve • 23 Zonta
Other Drivers Badoer • Montoya • Panis • Webber
Cars McLaren MP4-15 • Ferrari F1-2000 • Jordan EJ10 • Jordan EJ10B • Jaguar R1 • Williams FW22 • Benetton B200 • Prost AP03 • Sauber C19 • Arrows A21 • Minardi M02 • BAR 002
Tyres Bridgestone
Races Australia • Brazil • San Marino • Britain • Spain • Europe • Monaco • Canada • France • Austria • Germany • Hungary • Belgium • Italy • United States • Japan • Malaysia
See also 1999 Formula One Season • 2001 Formula One Season • Category
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