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{{Infobox Race
 
{{Infobox Race
 
|flag = SMR
 
|flag = SMR
|season = 2004
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|season = 2005
 
|race = 4
 
|race = 4
 
|image = Imola1995.png
 
|image = Imola1995.png
 
|imagesize = 240px
 
|imagesize = 240px
 
|caption =
 
|caption =
|date = April 25
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|date = April 24{{!}}24 April
|officialname = XXIV Grand Prix of San Marino
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|number = 735
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|officialname = [[San Marino Grand Prix|XXV Gran Premio Foster's di San Marino]]
 
|circuit = Autodromo Enzo I Dino Ferrari
 
|circuit = Autodromo Enzo I Dino Ferrari
 
|location = Imola, Italy
 
|location = Imola, Italy
|circuittype =
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|circuittype = Permanent racing facility
 
|lapdistance = 4.933
 
|lapdistance = 4.933
 
|laps = 62
 
|laps = 62
 
|distance = 305.846
 
|distance = 305.846
|pole = Jenson Button
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|pole = Kimi Räikkönen
|polenation = GBR
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|polenation = FIN
|poleteam = BAR-Honda
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|poleteam = {{GBR}} {{McLaren-Mercedes}}
|poletime = 1:19.753
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|poletime = 2:42.880
|fastestlap = 1:20.411
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|fastestlap = 1:21.858
 
|fastestlapdriver = Michael Schumacher
 
|fastestlapdriver = Michael Schumacher
 
|fastestlapnation = GER
 
|fastestlapnation = GER
|fastestlapteam = Scuderia Ferrari
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|fastestlapteam = {{ITA}} {{Ferrari-CON}}
|fastestlapnumber = 10
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|fastestlapnumber = 48
|winner = Michael Schumacher
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|winner = Fernando Alonso
|winnernation = GER
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|winnernation = ESP
|winnerteam = Scuderia Ferrari
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|winnerteam = {{FRA}} {{Renault-CON}}
|second = Jenson Button
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|second = Michael Schumacher
|secondteam = BAR-Honda
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|secondteam = {{ITA}} {{Ferrari-CON}}
|secondnation = GBR
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|secondnation = GER
|third = Juan Pablo Montoya
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|third = Alexander Wurz
|thirdteam = Williams-BMW
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|thirdteam = {{GBR}} {{McLaren-Mercedes}}
|thirdnation = COL
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|thirdnation = AUT}}
}}
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The '''2005 San Marino Grand Prix''', officially known as the '''[[San Marino Grand Prix|XXV Gran Premio Foster's di San Marino]]''', was the fourth race of the {{F1|2005}} [[FIA]] [[Formula One|Formula One World Championship]], which took place at the [[Autodromo Enzo I Dino Ferrari]] on [[April 24|24 April]] 2005.<ref name=GP>'Imola 2005: Alonso denies magic Michael 'home' win', ''crash.net'', (Crash Media Group, 24/04/2005), https://www.crash.net/f1/race-report/51951/1/imola-2005-alonso-denies-magic-michael-home-win, (Accessed 04/01/2020)</ref> The race, which was the 25th San Marino Grand Prix to be staged, would see [[Fernando Alonso]] and [[Michael Schumacher]] duel for [[victory]] in the closing stages.<ref name=GP></ref>
The '''2004 San Marino Grand Prix''' (officially XXIV Grand Prix of San Marino) was race number 4 of the [[2004 Formula One Season]]. It took place at the [[Autodromo Enzo I Dino Ferrari]] on [[April 25]] 2004. The race was won by [[Scuderia Ferrari]] driver [[Michael Schumacher]] with [[Jenson Button]] for [[BAR-Honda]] in second and [[Juan Pablo Montoya]] of [[Williams-BMW]] in third.
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[[Qualifying]] for the San Marino Grand Prix would once again see the pecking order revised, as [[Kimi Räikkönen]] emerged with [[pole|pole position]] ahead of Alonso.<ref name=GP></ref> [[Jenson Button]] was next ahead of [[Mark Webber]], while Schumacher would start down in thirteenth.<ref name=GP></ref>
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The start of the race would see Räikkönen's {{McLaren-Mercedes}} instantly leap into the lead, swatting away Alonso's small lunge into turn two.<ref name=GP></ref> Behind, Schumacher made next to no ground with an okay start, holding onto his thirteenth place grid position as the field largely got away in grid order.<ref name=GP></ref>
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Räikkönen went on to dominate the opening stages of the race establishing a fair lead over Alonso to suggest that he was on a very light fuel load.<ref name=GP></ref> Alonso himself, meanwhile, was easing clear of Button's {{BAR-Honda}}, while Schumacher began to move up the field after some early retirements.<ref name=GP></ref>
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Indeed, [[Giancarlo Fisichella]] was the first significant driver to retire for {{Renault-CON}}, before a driveshaft failure dumped Räikkönen out of contention.<ref name=GP></ref> That handed the lead to Alonso on lap nine, with the Spaniard now in total control with a comfortable lead over Button.<ref name=GP></ref>
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Into the first pit-window and Schumacher had found himself stuck in a train of cars behind [[Jarno Trulli]], and would only make ground when others stopped ahead of him.<ref name=GP></ref> Yet, once the Italian racer did pit Schumacher, now the only driver stuck in the queue, was able to deliver two quick laps to jump everyone else in the battle, emerging in in fourth behind [[Alexander Wurz]].<ref name=GP></ref>
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Out front, meanwhile, Alonso would briefly lose the lead to Button during their first stops, but would regain his comfortable margin when the Brit pitted.<ref name=GP></ref> However, the second stint would be all about Schumacher's pace, with the German ace reeling in Button's BAR, prompting Alonso to make an early second stop to cover.<ref name=GP></ref>
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Schumacher duly caught and passed Button two laps before the Brit stopped, and hence led the race for three laps before making his final stop.<ref name=GP></ref> The #1 {{Ferrari-CON}} duly rejoined the race in second with twelve laps to go, and quickly set about demolishing what remained of Alonso's lead.<ref name=GP></ref>
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The final eight laps of the race would have the ''tifosi'' on their feet, with Schumacher's scarlet Ferrari weaving around in Alonso's mirrors in hopes of forcing a move.<ref name=GP></ref> His best opportunities came at Tosa in the closing stages, as well as a couple of lunges at Acqua Minerale, although the #5 Renault would remain stubbornly ahead.<ref name=GP></ref>
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Indeed, after one more lunge at Variante Alta on the final lap the race was run, with Alonso fending off the scarlet Ferrari to secure his third win in a row.<ref name=GP></ref> Behind, Button would finish a distant third only to be disqualified for having an underweight car, meaning Wurz completed the [[podium]].<ref name=GP></ref> [[Jacques Villeneuve]], Trulli, [[Nick Heidfeld]], Webber and debutante [[Vitantonio Liuzzi]] claimed the remaining points.<ref name=GP></ref>
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After the race BAR appealed their double disqualification, citing a fuel system anomaly, and received a date for an FIA tribunal on [[May 5|5 May]].<ref name=BARBan></ref> However, the tribunal used BAR's defence to hand the team a two race ban for a "highly regrettable negligence and lack of transparency", as using fuel as ballast was against F1's rules.<ref name=BARBan></ref>
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==Background==
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Two [[victory|wins]] and a second place for [[Fernando Alonso]] in the opening three rounds had left the Spaniard atop the Championship as the European season approached, leaving Bahrain with 26 points. That translated into a ten point advantage over second placed [[Jarno Trulli]], with the Italian racer six ahead of [[Giancarlo Fisichella]] in third. Behind, [[Ralf Schumacher]] and [[David Coulthard]] completed the top five, level on nine, with fourteen drivers on the score board.
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In the Constructors Championship {{Renault-CON}} continued their early-season break away at the head of the pack, departing Sakhir on 36 points and a nine point advantage. {{Toyota-CON}} had remained their closest challengers, while {{McLaren-Mercedes}} had moved into third, and just managed to stay within a race weekend's worth of points of the early leaders. Behind, {{Williams-BMW}} moved into fourth ahead of {{Red Bull-Cosworth}}, while {{Ferrari-CON}} slipped to sixth.
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===Entry list===
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The full entry list for the {{PAGENAME}} is outlined below:
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{|class="wikitable" style="font-size:85%"
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! <span style="cursor:help" title="Number">No.</span>
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! Driver
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! Entrant
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! Constructor
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! Chassis
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! Engine
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! Model
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! Tyre
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|-
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! 1
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| {{GER}} [[Michael Schumacher]]
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| {{ITA}} [[Scuderia Ferrari|Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro]]
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| {{Ferrari-CON}}
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| [[Ferrari F2004|F2004M]]
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| {{Ferrari-ENG}}
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| [[Ferrari 053|053]] 3.0 [[V10]]
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| align=center| {{Bridgestone}}
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|-
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! 2
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| {{BRA}} [[Rubens Barrichello]]
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| {{ITA}} [[Scuderia Ferrari|Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro]]
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| {{Ferrari-CON}}
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| [[Ferrari F2004|F2004M]]
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| {{Ferrari-ENG}}
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| [[Ferrari 053|053]] 3.0 [[V10]]
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| align=center| {{Bridgestone}}
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|-
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! 3
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| {{GBR}} [[Jenson Button]]
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| {{GBR}} [[British American Racing|Lucky Strike BAR Honda]]
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| {{BAR-CON}}
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| [[BAR 007|007]]
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| {{Honda-ENG}}
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| [[Honda RA005E|RA005E]] 3.0 [[V10]]
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| align=center| {{Michelin}}
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|-
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! 4
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| {{JPN}} [[Takuma Sato]]
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| {{GBR}} [[British American Racing|Lucky Strike BAR Honda]]
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| {{BAR-CON}}
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| [[BAR 007|007]]
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| {{Honda-ENG}}
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| [[Honda RA005E|RA005E]] 3.0 [[V10]]
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| align=center| {{Michelin}}
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|-
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! 5
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| {{ESP}} [[Fernando Alonso]]
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| {{FRA}} [[Renault F1|Mild Seven Renault F1 Team]]
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| {{Renault-CON}}
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| [[Renault R25|R25]]
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| {{Renault-ENG}}
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| [[Renault RS25|RS25]] 3.0 [[V10]]
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| align=center| {{Michelin}}
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|-
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! 6
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| {{ITA}} [[Giancarlo Fisichella]]
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| {{FRA}} [[Renault F1|Mild Seven Renault F1 Team]]
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| {{Renault-CON}}
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| [[Renault R25|R25]]
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| {{Renault-ENG}}
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| [[Renault RS25|RS25]] 3.0 [[V10]]
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| align=center| {{Michelin}}
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|-
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! 7
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| {{AUS}} [[Mark Webber]]
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| {{GBR}} [[Williams F1|BMW Williams F1 Team]]
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| {{Williams-CON}}
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| [[Williams FW27|FW27]]
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| {{BMW-ENG}}
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| [[BMW P84|P84-5]] 3.0 [[V10]]
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| align=center| {{Michelin}}
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|-
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! 8
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| {{GER}} [[Nick Heidfeld]]
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| {{GBR}} [[Williams F1|BMW Williams F1 Team]]
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| {{Williams-CON}}
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| [[Williams FW27|FW27]]
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| {{BMW-ENG}}
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| [[BMW P84|P84-5]] 3.0 [[V10]]
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| align=center| {{Michelin}}
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|-
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! 9
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| {{FIN}} [[Kimi Räikkönen]]
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| {{GBR}} [[McLaren Racing|West McLaren Mercedes]]
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| {{McLaren-CON}}
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| [[McLaren MP4-20|MP4-20]]
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| {{Mercedes-ENG}}
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| [[Mercedes FO 110R|FO 110R]] 3.0 [[V10]]
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| align=center| {{Michelin}}
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|-
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! 10
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| {{AUT}} [[Alexander Wurz]]
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| {{GBR}} [[McLaren Racing|West McLaren Mercedes]]
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| {{McLaren-CON}}
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| [[McLaren MP4-20|MP4-20]]
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| {{Mercedes-ENG}}
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| [[Mercedes FO 110R|FO 110R]] 3.0 [[V10]]
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| align=center| {{Michelin}}
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|-
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! 11
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| {{CAN}} [[Jacques Villeneuve]]
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| {{SUI}} [[Sauber|Sauber Petronas]]
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| {{Sauber-CON}}
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| [[Sauber C24|C24]]
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| {{Petronas-ENG}}
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| [[Petronas 05A|05A]] 3.0 [[V10]]
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| align=center| {{Michelin}}
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|-
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! 12
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| {{BRA}} [[Felipe Massa]]
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| {{SUI}} [[Sauber|Sauber Petronas]]
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| {{Sauber-CON}}
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| [[Sauber C24|C24]]
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| {{Petronas-ENG}}
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| [[Petronas 05A|05A]] 3.0 [[V10]]
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| align=center| {{Michelin}}
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|-
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! 14
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| {{GBR}} [[David Coulthard]]
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| {{AUT}} [[Red Bull Racing]]
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| {{Red Bull-CON}}
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| [[Red Bull RB1|RB1]]
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| {{Cosworth-ENG}}
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| [[Cosworth TJ2005|TJ2005]] 3.0 [[V10]]
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| align=center| {{Michelin}}
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|-
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! 15
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| {{ITA}} [[Vitantonio Liuzzi]]
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| {{AUT}} [[Red Bull Racing]]
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| {{Red Bull-CON}}
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| [[Red Bull RB1|RB1]]
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| {{Cosworth-ENG}}
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| [[Cosworth TJ2005|TJ2005]] 3.0 [[V10]]
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| align=center| {{Michelin}}
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|-
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! 16
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| {{ITA}} [[Jarno Trulli]]
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| {{JPN}} [[Toyota Racing|Panasonic Toyota Racing]]
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| {{Toyota-CON}}
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| [[Toyota TF105|TF105]]
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| {{Toyota-ENG}}
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| [[Toyota RVX-05|RVX-05]] 3.0 [[V10]]
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| align=center| {{Michelin}}
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|-
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! 17
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| {{GER}} [[Ralf Schumacher]]
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| {{JPN}} [[Toyota Racing|Panasonic Toyota Racing]]
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| {{Toyota-CON}}
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| [[Toyota TF105|TF105]]
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| {{Toyota-ENG}}
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| [[Toyota RVX-05|RVX-05]] 3.0 [[V10]]
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| align=center| {{Michelin}}
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|-
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! 18
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| {{POR}} [[Tiago Monteiro]]
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| {{IRE}} [[Jordan Grand Prix]]
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| {{Jordan-CON}}
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| [[Jordan EJ15|EJ15]]
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| {{Toyota-ENG}}
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| [[Toyota RVX-05|RVX-05]] 3.0 [[V10]]
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| align=center| {{Bridgestone}}
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|-
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! 19
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| {{IND}} [[Narain Karthikeyan]]
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| {{IRE}} [[Jordan Grand Prix]]
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| {{Jordan-CON}}
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| [[Jordan EJ15|EJ15]]
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| {{Toyota-ENG}}
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| [[Toyota RVX-05|RVX-05]] 3.0 [[V10]]
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| align=center| {{Bridgestone}}
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|-
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! 20
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| {{AUT}} [[Patrick Friesacher]]
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| {{ITA}} [[Minardi|Minardi F1 Team]]
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| {{Minardi-CON}}
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| [[Minardi PS04|PS04B]]
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| {{Ford Cosworth-ENG}}
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| [[Cosworth CR-3|CRL-3]] 3.0 [[V10]]
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| align=center| {{Bridgestone}}
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|-
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! 21
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| {{NED}} [[Christijan Albers]]
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| {{ITA}} [[Minardi|Minardi F1 Team]]
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| {{Minardi-CON}}
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| [[Minardi PS04|PS04B]]
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| {{Ford Cosworth-ENG}}
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| [[Cosworth CR-3|CRL-3]] 3.0 [[V10]]
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| align=center| {{Bridgestone}}
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|-
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!colspan=8| [[Test Driver]]s for Practice Sessions Only
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|-
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! 35
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| {{ESP}} [[Pedro de la Rosa]]
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| {{GBR}} [[McLaren Racing|West McLaren Mercedes]]
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| {{McLaren-CON}}
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| [[McLaren MP4-20|MP4-20]]
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| {{Mercedes-ENG}}
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| [[Mercedes FO 110R|FO 110R]] 3.0 [[V10]]
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| align=center| {{Michelin}}
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|-
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! 37
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| {{AUT}} [[Christian Klien]]
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| {{AUT}} [[Red Bull Racing]]
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| {{Red Bull-CON}}
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| [[Red Bull RB1|RB1]]
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| {{Cosworth-ENG}}
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| [[Cosworth TJ2005|TJ2005]] 3.0 [[V10]]
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| align=center| {{Michelin}}
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|-
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! 38
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| {{BRA}} [[Ricardo Zonta]]
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| {{JPN}} [[Toyota Racing|Panasonic Toyota Racing]]
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| {{Toyota-CON}}
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| [[Toyota TF105|TF105]]
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| {{Toyota-ENG}}
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| [[Toyota RVX-05|RVX-05]] 3.0 [[V10]]
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| align=center| {{Michelin}}
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|-
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| {{NED}} [[Robert Doornbos]]
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| {{IRE}} [[Jordan Grand Prix]]
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| {{Jordan-CON}}
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| [[Jordan EJ15|EJ15]]
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| {{Toyota-ENG}}
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| [[Toyota RVX-05|RVX-05]] 3.0 [[V10]]
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| align=center| {{Bridgestone}}
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|-
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! colspan="8"|Source:<ref name=EL>'San Marino 2005: Entrants', ''statsf1.com'', (Stats F1, 2015), https://www.statsf1.com/en/2005/saint-marin/engages.aspx, (Accessed 03/01/2020)</ref>
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|}
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==Practice Overview==
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==Qualifying==
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===Q1 Report===
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===Q2 Report===
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===Qualifying Results===
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The full qualifying results for the {{PAGENAME}} are outlined below:
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{| class=wikitable
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!rowspan=2| <span style="cursor:help" title="Position">Pos.</span>
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!rowspan=2| <span style="cursor:help" title="Number">No.</span>
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!rowspan=2| Driver
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!rowspan=2| Constructor
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!colspan=3| Time
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!rowspan=2| Gap
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|-
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! <span style="cursor:help" title="Low Fuel Qualifying">Q1</span>
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! <span style="cursor:help" title="Starting Fuel Qualifying">Q2</span>
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! <span style="cursor:help" title="Cumulative">Total</span>
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|-
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! 1
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| align=center| 9
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| {{FIN}} [[Kimi Räikkönen]]
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| {{GBR}} {{McLaren-Mercedes}}
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| 1:19.886
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| 1:22.994
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| '''2:42.880'''
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| align=center| —
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|-
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! 2
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| align=center| 5
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| {{ESP}} [[Fernando Alonso]]
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| {{FRA}} {{Renault-CON}}
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| 1:19.889
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| 1:23.552
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| '''2:43.441'''
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| align=right| +0.561s
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|-
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! 3
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| align=center| 3
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| {{GBR}} [[Jenson Button]]
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| {{GBR}} {{BAR-Honda}}
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| 1:20.464
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| 1:23.641
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| '''2:44.105'''
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| align=right| +1.225s
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|-
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! 4
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| align=center| 7
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| {{AUS}} [[Mark Webber]]
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| {{GBR}} {{Williams-BMW}}
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| 1:20.442
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| 1:24.069
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| '''2:44.511'''
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| align=right| +1.631s
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|-
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! 5
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| align=center| 16
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| {{ITA}} [[Jarno Trulli]]
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| {{JPN}} {{Toyota-CON}}
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| 1:20.492
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| 1:24.026
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| '''2:44.518'''
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| align=right| +1.638s
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|-
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! 6
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| align=center| 4
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| {{JPN}} [[Takuma Sato]]
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| {{GBR}} {{BAR-Honda}}
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| 1:20.851
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| 1:24.807
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| '''2:44.658'''
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| align=right| +1.778s
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|-
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! 7
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| align=center| 10
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| {{AUT}} [[Alexander Wurz]]
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| {{GBR}} {{McLaren-Mercedes}}
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| 1:20.632
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| 1:24.057
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| '''2:44.689'''
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| align=right| +1.809s
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|-
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! 8*
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| align=center| 12
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| {{BRA}} [[Felipe Massa]]
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| {{SUI}} {{Sauber-Petronas}}
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| 1:20.593
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| 1:24.337
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| '''2:44.930'''
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| align=right| +2.050s
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|-
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! 9
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| align=center| 8
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| {{GER}} [[Nick Heidfeld]]
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| {{GBR}} {{Williams-BMW}}
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| 1:20.807
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| 1:24.389
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| '''2:45.196'''
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| align=right| +2.316s
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|-
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! 10
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| align=center| 2
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| {{BRA}} [[Rubens Barrichello]]
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| {{ITA}} {{Ferrari-CON}}
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| 1:20.892
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| 1:24.351
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| '''2:45.240'''
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| align=right| +2.363s
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|-
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! 11
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| align=center| 17
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| {{GER}} [[Ralf Schumacher]]
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| {{JPN}} {{Toyota-CON}}
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| 1:20.994
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| 1:24.422
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| '''2:45.416'''
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| align=right| +2.536s
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|-
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! 12
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| align=center| 11
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| {{CAN}} [[Jacques Villeneuve]]
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| {{SUI}} {{Sauber-Petronas}}
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| 1:20.999
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| 1:25.260
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| '''2:46.259'''
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| align=right| +3.379s
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|-
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! 13
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| align=center| 6
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| {{ITA}} [[Giancarlo Fisichella]]
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| {{FRA}} {{Renault-CON}}
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| 1:21.708
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| 1:25.002
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| '''2:46.710'''
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| align=right| +3.830s
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|-
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! 14
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| align=center| 1
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| {{GER}} [[Michael Schumacher]]
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| {{ITA}} {{Ferrari-CON}}
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| 1:20.260
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| 1:26.984
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| '''2:47.244'''
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| align=right| +4.364s
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|-
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! 15
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| align=center| 14
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| {{GBR}} [[David Coulthard]]
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| {{AUT}} {{Red Bull-Cosworth}}
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| 1:21.632
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| 1:26.438
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| '''2:48.070'''
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| align=right| +5.190s
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|-
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! 16
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| align=center| 15
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| {{ITA}} [[Vitantonio Liuzzi]]
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| {{AUT}} {{Red Bull-Cosworth}}
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| 1:21.804
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| 1:26.351
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| '''2:48.155'''
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| align=right| +5.275s
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|-
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! 17
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| align=center| 19
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| {{IND}} [[Narain Karthikeyan]]
  +
| {{IRE}} {{Jordan-Toyota}}
  +
| 1:23.123
  +
| 1:28.876
  +
| '''2:52.099'''
  +
| align=right| +9.219s
  +
|-
  +
! 18
  +
| align=center| 18
  +
| {{POR}} [[Tiago Monteiro]]
  +
| {{IRE}} {{Jordan-Toyota}}
  +
| 1:25.100
  +
| 1:29.152
  +
| '''2:54.252'''
  +
| align=right| +11.372s
  +
|-
  +
! 19*
  +
| align=center| 20
  +
| {{AUT}} [[Patrick Friesacher]]
  +
| {{ITA}} {{Minardi-Cosworth}}
  +
| 1:26.484
  +
| 1:30.564
  +
| '''2:57.048'''
  +
| align=right| +14.168s
  +
|-
  +
! <span style="cursor:help" title="Not Classified">NC</span>*
  +
| align=center| 21
  +
| {{NED}} [[Christijan Albers]]
  +
| {{ITA}} {{Minardi-Cosworth}}
  +
| 1:25.921
  +
| colspan="3" align=center| —
  +
|-
  +
! colspan="8"| Source:<ref name=Q1>'FORMULA 1™ Gran Premio Foster's di San Marino 2005 - QUALIFYING 1', ''formula1.com'', (Formula One World Championship Ltd., 2019), https://www.formula1.com/en/results.html/2005/races/774/san-marino/qualifying-1.html, (Accessed 04/01/2020)</ref><ref name=Q2>'FORMULA 1™ Gran Premio Foster's di San Marino 2005 - QUALIFYING 2', ''formula1.com'', (Formula One World Championship Ltd., 2019), https://www.formula1.com/en/results.html/2005/races/774/san-marino/qualifying-2.html, (Accessed 04/01/2020)</ref><ref name=Q3>'FORMULA 1™ Gran Premio Foster's di San Marino 2005 - OVERALL QUALIFYING', ''formula1.com'', (Formula One World Championship Ltd., 2019), https://www.formula1.com/en/results.html/2005/races/774/san-marino/qualifying-0.html, (Accessed 04/01/2020)</ref><ref name=QR>'San Marino 2005: Qualifications', ''statsf1.com'', (Stats F1, 2014), https://www.statsf1.com/en/2005/saint-marin/qualification.aspx, (Accessed 04/01/2020)</ref>
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|}
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*<sup>T</sup> Indicates a driver used their test/spare car to set their best time in that session.
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*'''Bold''' indicates a driver's best/qualifying time.
  +
*<nowiki>*</nowiki> Massa, Friesacher and Albers all received ten place grid penalties for changing their engines.<ref name=QR></ref>
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  +
===Grid===
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{{Grid/2-2/34l|[[Kimi Räikkönen]]|[[Fernando Alonso]]|[[Jenson Button]]|[[Mark Webber]]|[[Jarno Trulli]]|[[Takuma Sato]]|[[Alexander Wurz]]|[[Nick Heidfeld]]|[[Rubens Barrichello]]|[[Ralf Schumacher]]|[[Jacques Villeneuve]]|[[Giancarlo Fisichella]]|[[Michael Schumacher]]|[[David Coulthard]]|[[Vitantonio Liuzzi]]|[[Narain Karthikeyan]]|[[Tiago Monteiro]]|[[Felipe Massa]]|[[Patrick Friesacher]]|[[Christijan Albers]]}}
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==Race==
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  +
===Report===
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  +
===Results===
  +
The full results for the {{PAGENAME}} are outlined below:
  +
{| class=wikitable
  +
! <span style="cursor:help;" title=" Position">Pos.</span>
  +
! <span style="cursor:help;" title=" Car number">No.</span>
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! Driver
  +
! Constructor
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! <span style="cursor:help;" title=" Laps completed">Laps</span>
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! <span style="cursor:help;" title=" Time for winner, time or number laps behind leader or reason for retirement">Time/Retired</span>
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! <span style="cursor:help;" title=" Grid position">Grid</span>
  +
! <span style="cursor:help;" title=" Points gained from race">Points</span>
  +
|-
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! 1
  +
| align=center| 5
  +
| {{ESP}} [[Fernando Alonso]]
  +
| {{FRA}} {{Renault-CON}}
  +
| 62
  +
| 1:27:41.921
  +
| 2
  +
! 10
  +
|-
  +
! 2
  +
| align=center| 1
  +
| {{GER}} [[Michael Schumacher]]
  +
| {{ITA}} {{Ferrari-CON}}
  +
| 62
  +
| +0.215s
  +
| 13
  +
! 8
  +
|-
  +
! 3
  +
| align=center| 10
  +
| {{AUT}} [[Alexander Wurz]]
  +
| {{GBR}} {{McLaren-Mercedes}}
  +
| 62
  +
| +27.554s
  +
| 7
  +
! 6
  +
|-
  +
! 4
  +
| align=center| 11
  +
| {{CAN}} [[Jacques Villeneuve]]
  +
| {{SUI}} {{Sauber-Petronas}}
  +
| 62
  +
| +1:04.442
  +
| 11
  +
! 5
  +
|-
  +
! 5
  +
| align=center| 16
  +
| {{ITA}} [[Jarno Trulli]]
  +
| {{JPN}} {{Toyota-CON}}
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| 62
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| +1:10.258
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| 5
  +
! 4
  +
|-
  +
! 6
  +
| align=center| 8
  +
| {{GER}} [[Nick Heidfeld]]
  +
| {{GBR}} {{Williams-BMW}}
  +
| 62
  +
| +1:11.282
  +
| 8
  +
! 3
  +
|-
  +
! 7
  +
| align=center| 7
  +
| {{AUS}} [[Mark Webber]]
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| {{GBR}} {{Williams-BMW}}
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| 62
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| +1:23.297
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| 4
  +
! 2
  +
|-
  +
! 8
  +
| align=center| 15
  +
| {{ITA}} [[Vitantonio Liuzzi]]
  +
| {{AUT}} {{Red Bull-Cosworth}}
  +
| 62
  +
| +1:23.764
  +
| 15
  +
! 1
  +
|-
  +
! 9*
  +
| align=center| 17
  +
| {{GER}} [[Ralf Schumacher]]
  +
| {{JPN}} {{Toyota-CON}}
  +
| 62
  +
| +1:35.841
  +
| 10
  +
! rowspan=12|
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|-
  +
! 10
  +
| align=center| 12
  +
| {{BRA}} [[Felipe Massa]]
  +
| {{SUI}} {{Sauber-Petronas}}
  +
| 61
  +
| +1 Lap
  +
| 18
  +
|-
  +
! 11
  +
| align=center| 14
  +
| {{GBR}} [[David Coulthard]]
  +
| {{AUT}} {{Red Bull-Cosworth}}
  +
| 61
  +
| +1 Lap
  +
| 14
  +
|-
  +
! 12
  +
| align=center| 19
  +
| {{IND}} [[Narain Karthikeyan]]
  +
| {{IRE}} {{Jordan-Toyota}}
  +
| 61
  +
| +1 Lap
  +
| 16
  +
|-
  +
! 13
  +
| align=center| 18
  +
| {{POR}} [[Tiago Monteiro]]
  +
| {{IRE}} {{Jordan-Toyota}}
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| 60
  +
| +2 Laps
  +
| 17
  +
|-
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! <span style="cursor:help" title="Disqualified">DSQ</span><sup>†</sup>
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| align=center| 3
  +
| {{GBR}} [[Jenson Button]]
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| {{GBR}} {{BAR-Honda}}
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| 62
  +
| Disqualified
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| 3
  +
|-
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! <span style="cursor:help" title="Disqualified">DSQ</span><sup>†</sup>
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| align=center| 4
  +
| {{JPN}} [[Takuma Sato]]
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| {{GBR}} {{BAR-Honda}}
  +
| 62
  +
| Disqualified
  +
| 6
  +
|-
  +
! <span style="cursor:help" title="Retired">Ret</span>
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| align=center| 21
  +
| {{NED}} [[Christijan Albers]]
  +
| {{ITA}} {{Minardi-Cosworth}}
  +
| 20
  +
| Hydraulics
  +
| 20
  +
|-
  +
! <span style="cursor:help" title="Retired">Ret</span>
  +
| align=center| 2
  +
| {{BRA}} [[Rubens Barrichello]]
  +
| {{ITA}} {{Ferrari-CON}}
  +
| 18
  +
| Electrical
  +
| 9
  +
|-
  +
! <span style="cursor:help" title="Retired">Ret</span>
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| align=center| 9
  +
| {{FIN}} [[Kimi Räikkönen]]
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| {{GBR}} {{McLaren-Mercedes}}
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| 9
  +
| Driveshaft
  +
| 1
  +
|-
  +
! <span style="cursor:help" title="Retired">Ret</span>
  +
| align=center| 20
  +
| {{AUT}} [[Patrick Friesacher]]
  +
| {{ITA}} {{Minardi-Cosworth}}
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| 8
  +
| Clutch
  +
| 19
  +
|-
  +
! <span style="cursor:help" title="Retired">Ret</span>
  +
| align=center| 6
  +
| {{ITA}} [[Giancarlo Fisichella]]
  +
| {{FRA}} {{Renault-CON}}
  +
| 5
  +
| Accident
  +
| 12
  +
|-
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! colspan="8"| Source:<ref name=RR>'San Marino 2005: Result', ''statsf1.com'', (Stats F1, 2016), https://www.statsf1.com/en/2005/saint-marin/classement.aspx, (Accessed 04/01/2020)</ref>
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|}
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*<sup>T</sup> Indicates a driver used their test/spare car.
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*<nowiki>*</nowiki> Schumacher awarded a 25 second time penalty for an unsafe release.<ref name=RR></ref>
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*<sup>†</sup> Button and Sato were disqualified from the results of the race after their cars were found to be underweight.<ref name=RR></ref>
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  +
==Milestones==
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* [[Rubens Barrichello]] made his 200th [[Grand Prix]] start.<ref name=Stats>'4. San Marino 2005', ''statsf1.com'', (Stats F1, 2014), https://www.statsf1.com/en/2005/saint-marin.aspx, (Accessed 04/01/2020)</ref>
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* Debut race for [[Vitantonio Liuzzi]].<ref name=Stats></ref>
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* Fourth career [[victory]] for [[Fernando Alonso]].<ref name=Stats></ref>
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* {{Renault-CON}} secured their 21st win as a constructor.<ref name=Stats></ref>
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** Also their 101st win as an engine supplier.<ref name=Stats></ref>
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* Liuzzi scored his maiden points finish.
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  +
==Standings==
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[[Victory]] for the third race in a row left [[Fernando Alonso]] in command of the Championship, leaving San Marino with 36 points. [[Jarno Trulli]] remained his closest challenger but had slipped sixteen behind, while [[Giancarlo Fisichella]] was over two and a half races worth of points off his teammate. Instead, the Italian racer now shared ten points with [[Michael Schumacher]], but was ahead courtesy of his win in [[2005 Australian Grand Prix|Australia]], while [[Nick Heidfeld]] headed a quartet of drivers with nine points.
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  +
In the Constructors Championship it was {{Renault-CON}} who continued to lead the way, eking out their advantage once again to sit seventeen clear of their nearest rivals. {{Toyota-CON}} were those main challengers, although they were coming under increasing pressure from {{McLaren-Mercedes}} in third. Behind, {{Ferrari-CON}} had moved level with {{Williams-BMW}} to inch closer to the front, while {{BAR-Honda}}'s post-race disqualification had denied them their first points of the campaign.
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{{Col-begin}}
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{{Col-2}}
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{|class=wikitable style="width:90%"
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!colspan=4|World Championship for Drivers
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|-
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!<span style="cursor:help;" title="Position">Pos.</span>
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!Driver
  +
!<span style="cursor:help;" title="Points">Pts.</span>
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! +/-
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|-
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! 1
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| {{ESP}} [[Fernando Alonso]]
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| 36
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| {{X}}
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|-
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! 2
  +
| {{ITA}} [[Jarno Trulli]]
  +
| 20
  +
| {{X}}
  +
|-
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! 3
  +
| {{ITA}} [[Giancarlo Fisichella]]
  +
| 10
  +
| {{X}}
  +
|-
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! 4
  +
| {{GER}} [[Michael Schumacher]]
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| 10
  +
|{{+}}10
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|-
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! 5
  +
| {{GER}} [[Nick Heidfeld]]
  +
| 9
  +
| {{+}}5
  +
|-
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! 6
  +
| {{GER}} [[Ralf Schumacher]]
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| 9
  +
| {{-}}2
  +
|-
  +
! 7
  +
| {{GBR}} [[David Coulthard]]
  +
| 9
  +
| {{-}}2
  +
|-
  +
! 8
  +
| {{AUS}} [[Mark Webber]]
  +
| 9
  +
| {{+}}1
  +
|-
  +
! 9
  +
| {{BRA}} [[Rubens Barrichello]]
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| 7
  +
| {{-}}3
  +
|-
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! 10
  +
| {{COL}} [[Juan Pablo Montoya]]
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| 8
  +
| {{-}}3
  +
|-
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! 11
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| {{FIN}} [[Kimi Räikkönen]]
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| 7
  +
| {{-}}3
  +
|-
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! 12
  +
| {{AUT}} [[Alexander Wurz]]
  +
| 6
  +
| {{+}}11
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|-
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! 13
  +
| {{CAN}} [[Jacques Villeneuve]]
  +
| 5
  +
| {{+}}3
  +
|-
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! 14
  +
| {{ESP}} [[Pedro de la Rosa]]
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| 4
  +
| {{-}}3
  +
|-
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! 15
  +
| {{AUT}} [[Christian Klien]]
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| 3
  +
| {{-}}3
  +
|-
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! 16
  +
| {{BRA}} [[Felipe Massa]]
  +
| 2
  +
| {{-}}3
  +
|-
  +
! 17
  +
| {{ITA}} [[Vitantonio Liuzzi]]
  +
| 1
  +
| {{+}}6
  +
|}
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{|class=wikitable style="width:90%"
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!colspan=4|World Championship for Constructors
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|-
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!<span style="cursor:help;" title="Position">Pos.</span>
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!Team
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!<span style="cursor:help;" title="Points">Pts.</span>
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! +/-
  +
|-
  +
! 1
  +
| {{FRA}} {{Renault-CON}}
  +
| 46
  +
| {{X}}
  +
|-
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! 2
  +
| {{JPN}} {{Toyota-CON}}
  +
| 29
  +
| {{X}}
  +
|-
  +
! 3
  +
| {{GBR}} {{McLaren-Mercedes}}
  +
| 25
  +
| {{X}}
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|-
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! 4
  +
| {{ITA}} {{Ferrari-CON}}
  +
| 18
  +
| {{+}}1
  +
|-
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! 5
  +
| {{GBR}} {{Williams-BMW}}
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| 18
  +
| {{-}}1
  +
|-
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! 6
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| {{AUT}} {{Red Bull-Cosworth}}
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| 13
  +
| {{-}}1
  +
|-
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! 7
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| {{SUI}} {{Sauber-Petronas}}
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| 7
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| {{X}}
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|}
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Latest revision as of 15:14, January 4, 2020

The 2005 San Marino Grand Prix, officially known as the XXV Gran Premio Foster's di San Marino, was the fourth race of the 2005 FIA Formula One World Championship, which took place at the Autodromo Enzo I Dino Ferrari on 24 April 2005.[1] The race, which was the 25th San Marino Grand Prix to be staged, would see Fernando Alonso and Michael Schumacher duel for victory in the closing stages.[1]

Qualifying for the San Marino Grand Prix would once again see the pecking order revised, as Kimi Räikkönen emerged with pole position ahead of Alonso.[1] Jenson Button was next ahead of Mark Webber, while Schumacher would start down in thirteenth.[1]

The start of the race would see Räikkönen's McLaren-Mercedes instantly leap into the lead, swatting away Alonso's small lunge into turn two.[1] Behind, Schumacher made next to no ground with an okay start, holding onto his thirteenth place grid position as the field largely got away in grid order.[1]

Räikkönen went on to dominate the opening stages of the race establishing a fair lead over Alonso to suggest that he was on a very light fuel load.[1] Alonso himself, meanwhile, was easing clear of Button's BAR-Honda, while Schumacher began to move up the field after some early retirements.[1]

Indeed, Giancarlo Fisichella was the first significant driver to retire for Renault, before a driveshaft failure dumped Räikkönen out of contention.[1] That handed the lead to Alonso on lap nine, with the Spaniard now in total control with a comfortable lead over Button.[1]

Into the first pit-window and Schumacher had found himself stuck in a train of cars behind Jarno Trulli, and would only make ground when others stopped ahead of him.[1] Yet, once the Italian racer did pit Schumacher, now the only driver stuck in the queue, was able to deliver two quick laps to jump everyone else in the battle, emerging in in fourth behind Alexander Wurz.[1]

Out front, meanwhile, Alonso would briefly lose the lead to Button during their first stops, but would regain his comfortable margin when the Brit pitted.[1] However, the second stint would be all about Schumacher's pace, with the German ace reeling in Button's BAR, prompting Alonso to make an early second stop to cover.[1]

Schumacher duly caught and passed Button two laps before the Brit stopped, and hence led the race for three laps before making his final stop.[1] The #1 Ferrari duly rejoined the race in second with twelve laps to go, and quickly set about demolishing what remained of Alonso's lead.[1]

The final eight laps of the race would have the tifosi on their feet, with Schumacher's scarlet Ferrari weaving around in Alonso's mirrors in hopes of forcing a move.[1] His best opportunities came at Tosa in the closing stages, as well as a couple of lunges at Acqua Minerale, although the #5 Renault would remain stubbornly ahead.[1]

Indeed, after one more lunge at Variante Alta on the final lap the race was run, with Alonso fending off the scarlet Ferrari to secure his third win in a row.[1] Behind, Button would finish a distant third only to be disqualified for having an underweight car, meaning Wurz completed the podium.[1] Jacques Villeneuve, Trulli, Nick Heidfeld, Webber and debutante Vitantonio Liuzzi claimed the remaining points.[1]

After the race BAR appealed their double disqualification, citing a fuel system anomaly, and received a date for an FIA tribunal on 5 May.[2] However, the tribunal used BAR's defence to hand the team a two race ban for a "highly regrettable negligence and lack of transparency", as using fuel as ballast was against F1's rules.[2]

BackgroundEdit

Two wins and a second place for Fernando Alonso in the opening three rounds had left the Spaniard atop the Championship as the European season approached, leaving Bahrain with 26 points. That translated into a ten point advantage over second placed Jarno Trulli, with the Italian racer six ahead of Giancarlo Fisichella in third. Behind, Ralf Schumacher and David Coulthard completed the top five, level on nine, with fourteen drivers on the score board.

In the Constructors Championship Renault continued their early-season break away at the head of the pack, departing Sakhir on 36 points and a nine point advantage. Toyota had remained their closest challengers, while McLaren-Mercedes had moved into third, and just managed to stay within a race weekend's worth of points of the early leaders. Behind, Williams-BMW moved into fourth ahead of Red Bull-Cosworth, while Ferrari slipped to sixth.

Entry listEdit

The full entry list for the 2005 San Marino Grand Prix is outlined below:

No. Driver Entrant Constructor Chassis Engine Model Tyre
1 Germany Michael Schumacher Italy Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro Ferrari F2004M Ferrari 053 3.0 V10 B
2 Brazil Rubens Barrichello Italy Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro Ferrari F2004M Ferrari 053 3.0 V10 B
3 United Kingdom Jenson Button United Kingdom Lucky Strike BAR Honda BAR 007 Honda RA005E 3.0 V10 M
4 Japan Takuma Sato United Kingdom Lucky Strike BAR Honda BAR 007 Honda RA005E 3.0 V10 M
5 Spain Fernando Alonso France Mild Seven Renault F1 Team Renault R25 Renault RS25 3.0 V10 M
6 Italy Giancarlo Fisichella France Mild Seven Renault F1 Team Renault R25 Renault RS25 3.0 V10 M
7 Australia Mark Webber United Kingdom BMW Williams F1 Team Williams FW27 BMW P84-5 3.0 V10 M
8 Germany Nick Heidfeld United Kingdom BMW Williams F1 Team Williams FW27 BMW P84-5 3.0 V10 M
9 Finland Kimi Räikkönen United Kingdom West McLaren Mercedes McLaren MP4-20 Mercedes FO 110R 3.0 V10 M
10 Austria Alexander Wurz United Kingdom West McLaren Mercedes McLaren MP4-20 Mercedes FO 110R 3.0 V10 M
11 Canada Jacques Villeneuve Switzerland Sauber Petronas Sauber C24 Petronas 05A 3.0 V10 M
12 Brazil Felipe Massa Switzerland Sauber Petronas Sauber C24 Petronas 05A 3.0 V10 M
14 United Kingdom David Coulthard Austria Red Bull Racing Red Bull RB1 Cosworth TJ2005 3.0 V10 M
15 Italy Vitantonio Liuzzi Austria Red Bull Racing Red Bull RB1 Cosworth TJ2005 3.0 V10 M
16 Italy Jarno Trulli Japan Panasonic Toyota Racing Toyota TF105 Toyota RVX-05 3.0 V10 M
17 Germany Ralf Schumacher Japan Panasonic Toyota Racing Toyota TF105 Toyota RVX-05 3.0 V10 M
18 Portugal Tiago Monteiro Ireland Jordan Grand Prix Jordan EJ15 Toyota RVX-05 3.0 V10 B
19 India Narain Karthikeyan Ireland Jordan Grand Prix Jordan EJ15 Toyota RVX-05 3.0 V10 B
20 Austria Patrick Friesacher Italy Minardi F1 Team Minardi PS04B Ford Cosworth CRL-3 3.0 V10 B
21 Netherlands Christijan Albers Italy Minardi F1 Team Minardi PS04B Ford Cosworth CRL-3 3.0 V10 B
Test Drivers for Practice Sessions Only
35 Spain Pedro de la Rosa United Kingdom West McLaren Mercedes McLaren MP4-20 Mercedes FO 110R 3.0 V10 M
37 Austria Christian Klien Austria Red Bull Racing Red Bull RB1 Cosworth TJ2005 3.0 V10 M
38 Brazil Ricardo Zonta Japan Panasonic Toyota Racing Toyota TF105 Toyota RVX-05 3.0 V10 M
39 Netherlands Robert Doornbos Ireland Jordan Grand Prix Jordan EJ15 Toyota RVX-05 3.0 V10 B
Source:[3]

Practice OverviewEdit

QualifyingEdit

Q1 ReportEdit

Q2 ReportEdit

Qualifying ResultsEdit

The full qualifying results for the 2005 San Marino Grand Prix are outlined below:

Pos. No. Driver Constructor Time Gap
Q1 Q2 Total
1 9 Finland Kimi Räikkönen United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 1:19.886 1:22.994 2:42.880
2 5 Spain Fernando Alonso France Renault 1:19.889 1:23.552 2:43.441 +0.561s
3 3 United Kingdom Jenson Button United Kingdom BAR-Honda 1:20.464 1:23.641 2:44.105 +1.225s
4 7 Australia Mark Webber United Kingdom Williams-BMW 1:20.442 1:24.069 2:44.511 +1.631s
5 16 Italy Jarno Trulli Japan Toyota 1:20.492 1:24.026 2:44.518 +1.638s
6 4 Japan Takuma Sato United Kingdom BAR-Honda 1:20.851 1:24.807 2:44.658 +1.778s
7 10 Austria Alexander Wurz United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 1:20.632 1:24.057 2:44.689 +1.809s
8* 12 Brazil Felipe Massa Switzerland Sauber-Petronas 1:20.593 1:24.337 2:44.930 +2.050s
9 8 Germany Nick Heidfeld United Kingdom Williams-BMW 1:20.807 1:24.389 2:45.196 +2.316s
10 2 Brazil Rubens Barrichello Italy Ferrari 1:20.892 1:24.351 2:45.240 +2.363s
11 17 Germany Ralf Schumacher Japan Toyota 1:20.994 1:24.422 2:45.416 +2.536s
12 11 Canada Jacques Villeneuve Switzerland Sauber-Petronas 1:20.999 1:25.260 2:46.259 +3.379s
13 6 Italy Giancarlo Fisichella France Renault 1:21.708 1:25.002 2:46.710 +3.830s
14 1 Germany Michael Schumacher Italy Ferrari 1:20.260 1:26.984 2:47.244 +4.364s
15 14 United Kingdom David Coulthard Austria Red Bull-Cosworth 1:21.632 1:26.438 2:48.070 +5.190s
16 15 Italy Vitantonio Liuzzi Austria Red Bull-Cosworth 1:21.804 1:26.351 2:48.155 +5.275s
17 19 India Narain Karthikeyan Ireland Jordan-Toyota 1:23.123 1:28.876 2:52.099 +9.219s
18 18 Portugal Tiago Monteiro Ireland Jordan-Toyota 1:25.100 1:29.152 2:54.252 +11.372s
19* 20 Austria Patrick Friesacher Italy Minardi-Cosworth 1:26.484 1:30.564 2:57.048 +14.168s
NC* 21 Netherlands Christijan Albers Italy Minardi-Cosworth 1:25.921
Source:[4][5][6][7]
  • T Indicates a driver used their test/spare car to set their best time in that session.
  • Bold indicates a driver's best/qualifying time.
  • * Massa, Friesacher and Albers all received ten place grid penalties for changing their engines.[7]

GridEdit

Pos Pos
Driver Driver
______________
Row 1 1 ______________
Kimi Räikkönen 2
______________ Fernando Alonso
Row 2 3 ______________
Jenson Button 4
______________ Mark Webber
Row 3 5 ______________
Jarno Trulli 6
______________ Takuma Sato
Row 4 7 ______________
Alexander Wurz 8
______________ Nick Heidfeld
Row 5 9 ______________
Rubens Barrichello 10
______________ Ralf Schumacher
Row 6 11 ______________
Jacques Villeneuve 12
______________ Giancarlo Fisichella
Row 7 13 ______________
Michael Schumacher 14
______________ David Coulthard
Row 8 15 ______________
Vitantonio Liuzzi 16
______________ Narain Karthikeyan
Row 9 17 ______________
Tiago Monteiro 18
______________ Felipe Massa
Row 10 19 ______________
Patrick Friesacher 20
______________ Christijan Albers

RaceEdit

ReportEdit

ResultsEdit

The full results for the 2005 San Marino Grand Prix are outlined below:

Pos. No. Driver Constructor Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 5 Spain Fernando Alonso France Renault 62 1:27:41.921 2 10
2 1 Germany Michael Schumacher Italy Ferrari 62 +0.215s 13 8
3 10 Austria Alexander Wurz United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 62 +27.554s 7 6
4 11 Canada Jacques Villeneuve Switzerland Sauber-Petronas 62 +1:04.442 11 5
5 16 Italy Jarno Trulli Japan Toyota 62 +1:10.258 5 4
6 8 Germany Nick Heidfeld United Kingdom Williams-BMW 62 +1:11.282 8 3
7 7 Australia Mark Webber United Kingdom Williams-BMW 62 +1:23.297 4 2
8 15 Italy Vitantonio Liuzzi Austria Red Bull-Cosworth 62 +1:23.764 15 1
9* 17 Germany Ralf Schumacher Japan Toyota 62 +1:35.841 10
10 12 Brazil Felipe Massa Switzerland Sauber-Petronas 61 +1 Lap 18
11 14 United Kingdom David Coulthard Austria Red Bull-Cosworth 61 +1 Lap 14
12 19 India Narain Karthikeyan Ireland Jordan-Toyota 61 +1 Lap 16
13 18 Portugal Tiago Monteiro Ireland Jordan-Toyota 60 +2 Laps 17
DSQ 3 United Kingdom Jenson Button United Kingdom BAR-Honda 62 Disqualified 3
DSQ 4 Japan Takuma Sato United Kingdom BAR-Honda 62 Disqualified 6
Ret 21 Netherlands Christijan Albers Italy Minardi-Cosworth 20 Hydraulics 20
Ret 2 Brazil Rubens Barrichello Italy Ferrari 18 Electrical 9
Ret 9 Finland Kimi Räikkönen United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 9 Driveshaft 1
Ret 20 Austria Patrick Friesacher Italy Minardi-Cosworth 8 Clutch 19
Ret 6 Italy Giancarlo Fisichella France Renault 5 Accident 12
Source:[8]
  • T Indicates a driver used their test/spare car.
  • * Schumacher awarded a 25 second time penalty for an unsafe release.[8]
  • Button and Sato were disqualified from the results of the race after their cars were found to be underweight.[8]

MilestonesEdit

StandingsEdit

Victory for the third race in a row left Fernando Alonso in command of the Championship, leaving San Marino with 36 points. Jarno Trulli remained his closest challenger but had slipped sixteen behind, while Giancarlo Fisichella was over two and a half races worth of points off his teammate. Instead, the Italian racer now shared ten points with Michael Schumacher, but was ahead courtesy of his win in Australia, while Nick Heidfeld headed a quartet of drivers with nine points.

In the Constructors Championship it was Renault who continued to lead the way, eking out their advantage once again to sit seventeen clear of their nearest rivals. Toyota were those main challengers, although they were coming under increasing pressure from McLaren-Mercedes in third. Behind, Ferrari had moved level with Williams-BMW to inch closer to the front, while BAR-Honda's post-race disqualification had denied them their first points of the campaign.

World Championship for Drivers
Pos. Driver Pts. +/-
1 Spain Fernando Alonso 36
2 Italy Jarno Trulli 20
3 Italy Giancarlo Fisichella 10
4 Germany Michael Schumacher 10 ▲10
5 Germany Nick Heidfeld 9 ▲5
6 Germany Ralf Schumacher 9 ▼2
7 United Kingdom David Coulthard 9 ▼2
8 Australia Mark Webber 9 ▲1
9 Brazil Rubens Barrichello 7 ▼3
10 Colombia Juan Pablo Montoya 8 ▼3
11 Finland Kimi Räikkönen 7 ▼3
12 Austria Alexander Wurz 6 ▲11
13 Canada Jacques Villeneuve 5 ▲3
14 Spain Pedro de la Rosa 4 ▼3
15 Austria Christian Klien 3 ▼3
16 Brazil Felipe Massa 2 ▼3
17 Italy Vitantonio Liuzzi 1 ▲6
World Championship for Constructors
Pos. Team Pts. +/-
1 France Renault 46
2 Japan Toyota 29
3 United Kingdom McLaren-Mercedes 25
4 Italy Ferrari 18 ▲1
5 United Kingdom Williams-BMW 18 ▼1
6 Austria Red Bull-Cosworth 13 ▼1
7 Switzerland Sauber-Petronas 7

Only point scoring drivers and constructors are shown.

ReferencesEdit

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