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Monty wins Italian GP... barely

Monday, September 05, 2005

At Ferrari’s home race, Montoya wins the Italian GP ahead of Alonso and Fisichella. While Raikkonen only managed to finished fourth and provided most of the drama on the track. He just missed out a podium finish despite a spin and an unscheduled tyre stop.

It was an even worse result for the home team, Ferrari, with neither of the Scuderia's cars finishing in the points at their home grand prix.

Looks like, Alonso remains on target to win his first world championship after accomplishing his objective of finishing on the podium in the Italian Grand Prix. He leads Raikkonen by 27 points in the Drivers' World Championship standing. It is now possible for Alonso to win the championship if he finishes ahead of Kimi in the Belgian Grand Prix next week or if Raikkonen fails to finish.
posted by Ivan Choe, 1:34 pm

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