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F1: Kimi Wins Dramatic Canadian GP

Monday, June 13, 2005

What a dramatic Canadian Grand Prix! After a disappointing outing at the European GP two weeks ago, Kimi Raikkonen got his revenge by winning the race in Canada and getting a huge boost in the World Championship after his key rivals, including world championship leader Alonso, failed to finish.

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The incident filled Grand Prix saw the front-runners, Renault drivers' Alonso and Fisichella retiring, Jenson Button ($%^&*, could've been a McLaren 1-2) hitting 'the wall of champions' and Juan Pablo Montoya disqualified for going through the red light in the pit lane (something he learned in Malaysia, perhaps?). All this of course worked out well for Ferrari's Michael Schumacher and Rubens Barrichello who took an unlikely second and third.

Nontheless, it would've been an excellent race IF Montoya did not run the red light coming out of the pit lane. Imagine, a McLaren 1-2! ;) Next race maybe...

The current Drivers' World Championship Standings:

1 F Alonso (Spa) 59
2 K Raikkonen (Fin) 37
3 J Trulli (Ita) 27
4 N Heidfeld (Ger) 25
5 M Schumacher (Ger) 24
posted by Ivan Choe, 10:13 am

2 Comments:

Hey, you a Raikkonen fan as well? That makes two of us in Singapore!
commented by Blogger dagger, 6/15/2005 12:49:00 pm

 

[dagger] Yeah...! Raikkonen rulez!
commented by Blogger Ivan, 6/15/2005 04:18:00 pm

 

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