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F1: What a Race!

Sunday, October 09, 2005

WHAT A RACE! Kimi Raikkonen charge from 17th on the grid to grab victory in Japanese GP by passing Fisichella's Renault. Meanwhile, Kimi's team-mate Montoya was involved with an incident early in the race and that brought the safety car. This has inevitably helped Kimi keep the leaders in his sights. Finishing third is the newly crowned World-Champion, Alonso. He produced some awesome passing moves as he too fought through from a poor grid position.

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This is McLaren’s sixth win in a row, and 10th of the season. There were non-stop action through-out the race and it was a fitting end to what was indisputably the best grand prix of 2005! If only there were more races like this...
posted by Ivan Choe, 5:00 pm

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