Formula 1 Championship Results

1
Michael Schumacher
Ferrari
2
Rubens Barrichello
Ferrari
3
Jenson Button
BAR-Honda
Championship
Position
Accumulated
Points
Pole
Position
Race
Position
Race
Points
Teams
Drivers
Championship
Position
Accumulated
Points
Best
Position
Race
Points
Teams
Drivers
Race Results ▶
Driver
AUS
MYS
BHR
SMR
ESP
MCO
EUR
CAN
USA
FRA
GBR
DEU
HUN
BEL
ITA
CHN
JPN
BRA
Total
10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 8 8 10 2 148
8 5 8 3 8 6 8 8 8 6 6 8 6 10 10 6 114
Jenson Button
BAR-Honda
3 6 6 8 1 8 6 6 4 5 8 4 6 8 6 85
6 2 3 5 5 4 8 6 6 5 4 5 59
Juan Pablo Montoya
Williams-BMW
4 8 6 5 1 1 4 4 5 4 4 2 10 58
46
Jarno Trulli
Renault
2 4 5 4 6 10 5 5 5 46
Kimi Räikkönen
McLaren-Mercedes
1 4 3 2 8 10 6 3 8 45
Takuma Sato
BAR-Honda
4 4 6 1 3 5 3 5 3 34
Ralf Schumacher
Williams-BMW
5 2 2 3 8 4 24
David Coulthard
McLaren-Mercedes
1 3 3 2 3 2 5 2 3 24
Giancarlo Fisichella
Sauber-Petronas
2 3 5 3 1 4 1 2 1 22
Felipe Massa
Sauber-Petronas
1 4 5 1 1 12
Mark Webber
Jaguar-Cosworth
1 2 1 3 7
1 4 1 6
Antonio Pizzonia
Williams-BMW
2 2 2 6
Christian Klien
Jaguar-Cosworth
3 3
3 3
Nick Heidfeld
Jordan-Ford
2 1 3
Timo Glock
Jordan-Ford
2 2
Zsolt Baumgartner
Minardi-Cosworth
1 1
0
0
Marc Gene
Williams-BMW
0
Giorgio Pantano
Jordan-Ford
0
Gianmaria Bruni
Minardi-Cosworth
0
Team
AUS
MYS
BHR
SMR
ESP
MCO
EUR
CAN
USA
FRA
GBR
DEU
HUN
BEL
ITA
CHN
JPN
BRA
Total
Ferrari
Schumacher/Barrichello
18 15 18 13 18 6 18 18 18 16 16 10 18 14 18 10 10 8 262
BAR-Honda
Button/Sato
3 6 10 8 5 8 6 6 6 4 5 9 7 11 11 11 3 119
Renault
Alonso/Trulli/Villeneuve
8 6 8 9 11 10 9 5 13 6 6 5 4 5 105
Williams-BMW
Schumacher/Montoya/Gene/Pizzonia
9 8 2 8 3 5 1 1 4 6 7 6 4 10 14 88
McLaren-Mercedes
Coulthard/Räikkönen
1 3 1 7 5 5 10 5 12 3 6 3 8 69
Sauber-Petronas
Fisichella/Massa
1 2 4 3 5 3 1 9 1 3 1 1 34
Jaguar-Cosworth
Klien/Webber
1 2 1 3 3 10
Toyota
da Matta/Panis/Zonta/Trulli
4 4 1 9
Jordan-Ford
Pantano/Heidfeld/Glock
2 3 5
Minardi-Cosworth
Bruni/Baumgartner
1 1
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Championship Review

 FERRARI AND SCHUMACHER ACHIEVE THE UNTHINKABLE

The exciting 2003 season found its champion in the final round. Three drivers had a chance to the title with three races to go. These events opened the way to the imagination, and the speculation that Ferrari and its "Red Baron" dominance was about to end. We will see that it was not.

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Overall, the four biggest teams had no changes in their lineup. Schumacher and Barrichello stayed at Ferrari, McLaren kept Raikkonen and Coulthard, and Williams returned with Colombian Montoya along with Ralf Schumacher. Two teams looked in sharp rise, Renault, with its new hope in Fernando Alonso, and the constant Jarno Trulli, while BAR-Honda presented the always promising Jenson Button and the quick Takuma Sato.
The middle of the pack teams brought few changes though. Sauber acquired the talents of Felipe Massa and Giancarlo Fisichella, while Jordan brought Nick Heidfeld and Giorgio Pantano.

ONE WORD: UNMATCHABLE

The prevailing high expectations for the season were quickly eliminated in view of the brutal dominance exhibited by Ferrari. Never before, achievements of this kind seemed so unattainable to match. True, McLaren enjoyed at the hands of Senna and Prost an unprecedented superiority in 1988. Also, it is true that Schumacher has never had serious competition in terms of driving skills, much less within the same team as in the cited case of the '88 couple, but this time, there is no possible comparison.

The "Red Baron" started rolling with five wins in five starts, and his teammate Barrichello was his escort in three of them. In Monaco Jarno Trulli brought Schumacher's streak to a stop. The Italian started first with Button on his side, while Schumacher did from fourth behind Alonso. Many things happened in the race, and Schumacher had to say goodbye to his, after Montoya slightly rammed him in the tunnel after the safety car was taken to the track following an accident from Alonso. Meanwhile, Trulli kept leading and at times he looked unstoppable, and in spite of the enormous effort by Button to catch him who hunted throughout the test. In the end, the Italian prevailed by a .497 seconds margin. The Italian broke the rule and won from pole, the most likely outcome regardless of Schumacher’s incident, since at that time he was 4th and had a tyre change pending when everybody had done theirs.

This break of not seeing a red overall on the podium did not last long. Schumacher then amazed an impressive streak of seven wins, of which he was followed four times by his teammate, who then became the only one with the number of points to snatch the title. But not for long.
With five races to the end of the season, the next appointment would be at Spa-Francorchamps, where the German did not look like he wanted to wait, and won his seventh crown by finishing 2nd behind a determined Raikkonen.

With its fifth consecutive crown, and seventh of his career, Schumacher relaxed a little. After Belgium he was second again in Italy where Barrichello won as he also did in China. A Japanese victory would seal the most incredible seasons in terms of records: 13 wins for Schumacher, 15 for Ferrari, which accumulated almost more points than the rest of the teams combined.

No doubt that the sport suffered a bit. Some fans were lost (despite the increase in "tifosi") and interest was reduced a little given the predictability of season. Certainly Ferrari cannot be blamed for the consequences of their achievements; it is part of the organization and teams to look for new ideas to enrich the experience.

But not everything was so monotonous. Jenson Button had an excellent season, finishing third and occupying the podium in 10 opportunities, giving the thought that there was some champion material on him. Similar development was seen in Fernando Alonso, who despite having five withdrawals finished fourth in the championship. Of the 13 races that he concluded, in 10 of them he did it in 5th place or better.

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