Formula 1 2003 Brazilian Grand Prix

data

2003-04-06
3
Autódromo José Carlos Pace
Giancarlo Fisichella FIS
Rubens Barrichello BAR
Rubens Barrichello
lap 46 - 1:22.32
BAR

The 2003 Brazilian Grand Prix was won by Giancarlo Fisichella of Jordan. Kimi Räikkönen was a very close second.
Despite being on pole position in Brazil, Rubens Barrichello could not convert this into a win.
Barrichello was forced to retire in lap 47 due to: Fuel system.

The race in Brazil was round 3 of 16 of the 2003 season.

 

results

# driver constructor laps time points
1 54 1:31:18.2 10
2 54 +0.945 8
3 54 +6.348 6
4 54 +8.096 5
5 54 +8.642 4
6 54 +16.054 3
7 54 +38.526 2
8 54 +45.927 1
9 53 Accident 0
10 53 +1 Lap 0
47 Fuel system 0
33 Accident 0
31 Spun off 0
27 Accident 0
25 Accident 0
25 Accident 0
18 Collision 0
18 Suspension 0
16 Spun off 0
8 Engine 0

grid

# driver constructor time
1 Rubens Barrichello Ferrari 1:13.807
2 David Coulthard McLaren +0.011
3 Mark Webber Jaguar +0.044
4 Kimi Räikkönen McLaren +0.059
5 Jarno Trulli Renault +0.146
6 Ralf Schumacher Williams +0.317
7 Michael Schumacher Ferrari +0.323
8 Giancarlo Fisichella Jordan +0.384
9 Juan Pablo Montoya Williams +0.416
10 Fernando Alonso Renault +0.577
11 Jenson Button BAR +0.697
12 Nick Heidfeld Sauber +0.824
13 Jacques Villeneuve BAR +0.861
14 Heinz-Harald Frentzen Sauber +1.032
15 Olivier Panis Toyota +1.032
16 Ralph Firman Jordan +1.433
17 Antônio Pizzonia Jaguar +1.510
18 Cristiano da Matta Toyota +1.834
19 Jos Verstappen Minardi +2.735
20 Justin Wilson Minardi +2.779

driver positions through the laps

2003 Brazilian Grand Prix

The 2003 Brazilian Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race held on 6 April 2003 at Autódromo José Carlos Pace (Interlagos). This was the 700th World Championship event.

The Grand Prix was a controversial race decided by a court case, and when the final result was announced, it emerged that none of the drivers were standing on the correct steps of the podium, as the 1st and 2nd place drivers were in each other's position, while 3rd place Fernando Alonso was receiving medical attention at the time of the ceremony. The race was eventually won by Giancarlo Fisichella from Jordan, demoting McLaren driver Kimi Räikkönen, the initial winner, to second place. The race, which was Jordan's final victory, was on the team's 200th Grand Prix. This was the first victory for a Ford engine since the 1999 European Grand Prix.


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