Formula 1 2004 Brazilian Grand Prix

data

2004-10-24
18
Autódromo José Carlos Pace
Juan Pablo Montoya MON
Rubens Barrichello BAR
Juan Pablo Montoya
lap 49 - 1:11.473
MON

The 2004 Brazilian Grand Prix was won by Juan Pablo Montoya of Williams.
Despite being on pole position in Brazil, Rubens Barrichello could not convert this into a win.

The race in Brazil was the last of 18 rounds of the 2004 season.

 

results

# driver constructor laps time points
1 71 1:28:01.451 10
2 71 +1.022 8
3 71 +24.099 6
4 71 +48.508 5
5 71 +49.740 4
6 71 +50.248 3
7 71 +50.626 2
8 71 +1:02.310 1
9 71 +1:03.842 0
10 70 +1 Lap 0
11 70 +1 Lap 0
12 70 +1 Lap 0
13 70 +1 Lap 0
14 69 +2 Laps 0
15 69 +2 Laps 0
16 67 +4 Laps 0
17 67 +4 Laps 0
23 Collision 0
15 Clutch 0
3 Engine 0

grid

# driver constructor time
1 Rubens Barrichello Ferrari 1:10.646
2 Juan Pablo Montoya Williams +0.204
3 Kimi Räikkönen McLaren +0.246
4 Felipe Massa Sauber +0.276
5 Jenson Button BAR +0.446
6 Takuma Sato BAR +0.474
7 Ralf Schumacher Williams +0.485
8 Michael Schumacher Ferrari +0.740
9 Fernando Alonso Renault +0.808
10 Jarno Trulli Toyota +0.837
11 Giancarlo Fisichella Sauber +0.925
12 Mark Webber Jaguar +1.019
13 David Coulthard McLaren +1.104
14 Jacques Villeneuve Renault +1.190
15 Ricardo Zonta Toyota +1.328
16 Christian Klien Jaguar +1.565
17 Nick Heidfeld Jordan +2.183
18 Timo Glock Jordan +2.856
19 Zsolt Baumgartner Minardi +2.904
20 Gianmaria Bruni Minardi

driver positions through the laps

2004 Brazilian Grand Prix

The 2004 Brazilian Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race held on 24 October 2004 at the Autódromo José Carlos Pace. It was the final race of the 2004 season and the first time that a GP in Brazil was not one of the first three rounds of an F1 season, and local fans were delighted when Brazil's Rubens Barrichello took pole for his home race. It would be Barrichello's first non-retirement at Interlagos in ten years, his previous finish at the circuit being at the season opener in 1994. The early laps were held in changeable conditions, and the race ended up as a duel between Kimi Räikkönen and Juan Pablo Montoya, who were to be McLaren teammates for 2005. The Colombian took victory in his final race for Williams, which was also the last win for the Williams team until the 2012 Spanish Grand Prix. Montoya's move to take the lead was brave even by his standards. Elsewhere, Jaguar's final race was a failure of epic proportions, with their two drivers colliding, with Webber trying an optimistic-looking move on Klien whilst expecting his teammate to move over.

Ricardo Zonta returned to his home race for the Toyota team, replacing Olivier Panis. This was the last race for Gianmaria Bruni and Zsolt Baumgartner.


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