Formula 1 Championship Results

1
Michael Schumacher
Ferrari
2
Kimi Räikkönen
McLaren-Mercedes
3
Juan Pablo Montoya
Williams-BMW
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
BRA
SMR
ESP
AUT
MCO
CAN
EUR
FRA
GBR
DEU
HUN
ITA
USA
JPN
Total
5 3 10 10 10 6 10 4 6 5 2 1 10 10 1 93
Kimi Räikkönen
McLaren-Mercedes
6 10 8 8 8 8 3 5 6 8 5 8 8 91
Juan Pablo Montoya
Williams-BMW
8 2 5 10 6 8 8 8 10 6 8 3 82
8 6 6 6 1 4 6 2 10 6 10 65
Ralf Schumacher
Williams-BMW
1 5 2 5 4 3 5 8 10 10 5 58
2 6 6 3 8 4 5 5 5 10 1 55
David Coulthard
McLaren-Mercedes
10 5 4 4 2 4 4 8 4 6 51
Jarno Trulli
Renault
4 4 1 1 3 3 6 2 5 4 33
Jenson Button
BAR-Honda
2 1 5 2 1 1 5 17
Mark Webber
Jaguar-Cosworth
2 2 2 3 3 3 2 17
Heinz-Harald Frentzen
Sauber-Petronas
3 4 6 13
10 2 12
3 2 3 2 10
Nick Heidfeld
Sauber-Petronas
1 1 4 6
1 1 4 6
3 3 6
Marc Gene
Williams-BMW
4 4
Takuma Sato
BAR-Honda
3 3
Ralph Firman
Jordan-Ford
1 1
Justin Wilson
Minardi-Cosworth
1
Justin Wilson
Jaguar-Cosworth
1 1
Antonio Pizzonia
Jaguar-Cosworth
0
Jos Verstappen
Minardi-Cosworth
0
Nicolas Kiesa
Minardi-Cosworth
0
Zsolt Baumgartner
Jordan-Ford
0
Team
AUS
MYS
BRA
SMR
ESP
AUT
MCO
CAN
EUR
FRA
GBR
DEU
HUN
ITA
USA
JPN
Total
Ferrari
Schumacher/Barrichello
5 11 16 16 16 7 14 10 8 15 2 1 16 10 11 158
Williams-BMW
Montoya/Schumacher/Gene
9 5 2 7 9 3 15 14 18 18 8 10 11 12 3 144
McLaren-Mercedes
Coulthard/Räikkönen
16 10 13 12 12 10 3 9 10 8 12 5 8 14 142
Renault
Trulli/Alonso
6 10 7 3 8 1 7 5 5 3 11 12 1 5 4 88
BAR-Honda
Villeneuve/Button/Sato
2 3 1 5 2 1 1 3 8 26
Sauber-Petronas
Frentzen/Heidfeld
3 1 4 1 10 19
Jaguar-Cosworth
Pizzonia/Webber/Wilson
2 2 2 3 3 3 2 1 18
Toyota
Panis/da Matta
3 1 1 2 7 2 16
Jordan-Ford
Fisichella/Firman/Baumgartner
10 1 2 13
Minardi-Cosworth
Verstappen/Wilson/Kiesa
0
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Championship Review

NEW FACES, SAME RESULT

The 2002 season was certainly a dull one, since Ferrari and Schumacher pulverized the opposition from early on, something that prompted a format and regulations revision by the FIA. After studying the results and options, several changes were established for this year.

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For starters, a new scoring system was implemented. Now the first eight (instead of six) cars to cross the line would receive points as follows: 10-8-6-5-4-3-2-1. Such an arrangement narrowed the difference, and gave a reward to those hard fought 7th or 8th finishes.

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Additionally, the classification is now taking place on Saturday, with only one lap to reach the best possible time. Also, after qualifying, the car could not be modified for the race. This part of the rules reinforced the importance of the strategy, as pit stops would be even more frequent and relevant. Finally, rain tires would have only one option instead of two (for serious rain), so the decision to use would be key.

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Prior to the start of actions, it looked like Ferrari had to fight harder for the title, as the closest contenders, McLaren and Williams with Renault further back, came with renewed vigor given the shameful results of the previous year.

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As always there were changes in the driver line-ups. Jenson Button left Renault to go to BAR-Honda to share responsibilities with Jacques Villeneuve. His place was taken by the young Fernando Alonso, who then joined forces with Jarno Trulli. Also, Heinz-Harald Frentzen came from the defunct Arrows to Sauber to pair with Nick Heidfeld.

Other teams were unchanged. McLaren continued with a descending David Coulthard, in contrast to the increasingly improving Kimi Raikkonen. Ferrari of course repeated with Barrichello and Schumacher, while Williams-BMW did the same with Juan Pablo Montoya and Ralf Schumacher, both drivers of similar styles.

HISTORY REPEATS, BUT NOT WITHOUT FIGHTING

The early results of the tournament brought fresh air, partly because Ferrari was able to step in the podium once out of three chances with Barrichello through a 2nd place in Malaysia. There were three different winners, Coulthard, Raikkonen and Fisichella, for the last two of them it was the first win in their F1 careers.
However, from the San Marino Grand Prix and on, then five-time champion Schumacher scored three victories, then a second at Monaco to then go back for another first place finish at Canada. Such a string of results put the German ahead on the standings table.

It seemed that Ferrari had gotten the right formula, but not so fast. Williams-BMW was the car of the moment. Ralf Schumacher won just twice after the last of his older brother. Montoya, who already have won in great fashion in Monaco, scored big again in Germany, and later earned a valuable 2nd place in Hungary that put him second on the table. At Hungaroring, Spanish Fernando Alonso earned his first time ever and well-deserved victory in Formula 1. At this time three drivers had a shot for the title, Schumacher, Montoya and Raikkonen, all separated by a single point between them.
It was interesting to examine the personalities of each of these drivers in this exact moment: the experience and combativeness of Schumacher, the motivation and drive of Montoya, perseverance and coolness of Raikkonen.

Everything was ready for a big finish with three rounds to play. For many, the wish was for a change and see a new champion, but for the millions of fans of the world's most famous team, it was to see "Shumi" to win again.

It happened that the German made use of his class and earned two consecutive wins at Monza and Indianapolis that virtually sealed the title. In Italy the German held off Montoya’s attack held, while Raikkonen got stuck behind Barrichello and to settle for a frustrating fourth place.

On American soil, in a tense race, exciting and complicated, given the environmental conditions, luck plainly abandoned Montoya. First he had an on-track skirmish with Barrichello for which he was penalized, then he lost several seconds at pits when the mechanism to add fuel got stuck, and on top of all this, the sanction of a pit stop because of the incident with the Brazilian was ordered just as the rain began to lash out, so then he had to do another lap in dry tires while he was overtaken by almost everyone who could. His championship dreams vanished.

So for the final round in Japan, Schumacher had the crown in his hands since he lead Raikkonen by nine points, which meant that for the Finn to be crowned, he needed to win and Schumacher to finish out of the points, something really difficult, but not impossible, since it has happened before (remember Mansell in 1987?).

The atmosphere before the race turned out to be more interesting than expected, since Raikkonen and Schumacher would start from 8th to 14th respectively, with many cars in front and a treacherous Suzuka circuit, anything was possible. The Finn ferociously rallied to claim the 2nd spot after Barrichello took the lead from a disgraceful Montoya as his engine broke. On the other hand, Schumacher had to fight to move up through a nose change after underestimating the feisty Sato, and a trip with his brother secure 8th place which gave him the tournament.

It turned out that the season was entertaining, full of emotions and unpredictability, which implies that FIA decisions with regard to the regulations were assertive. With a certain event the rules would be reassessed to increase competitiveness and performance.

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