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United Kingdom  2004 British Grand Prix
Race details
Race 11 of 18 in the 2004 Formula One season
The Silverstone Circuit modified in 2000
The Silverstone Circuit modified in 2000
Date July 11, 2004
Official name LIV Foster's British Grand Prix
Location Silverstone Circuit, Silverstone, Northamptonshire and Buckinghamshire, England
Course Permanent Road Facility
5.141 km (3.194 mi)
Distance 60 laps, 308.355 km (191.603 mi)
Weather Dry
Pole position
Driver Finland Kimi Räikkönen McLaren-Mercedes
Time 1:18.233
Fastest lap
Driver Germany Michael Schumacher Ferrari
Time 1:18.739 on lap 14
Podium
First Germany Michael Schumacher Ferrari
Second Finland Kimi Räikkönen McLaren-Mercedes
Third Brazil Rubens Barrichello Ferrari

The 2004 British Grand Prix was a Formula One race held on 11 July 2004 at the Silverstone Circuit.

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Qualifying

Pos No Driver Constructor Time[1] Gap
1 6 Finland Kimi Räikkönen McLaren-Mercedes 1:18.233
2 2 Brazil Rubens Barrichello Ferrari 1:18.305 +0.072
3 9 United Kingdom Jenson Button BAR-Honda 1:18.580 +0.347
4 1 Germany Michael Schumacher Ferrari 1:18.710 +0.477
5 7 Italy Jarno Trulli Renault 1:18.715 +0.482
6 8 Spain Fernando Alonso Renault 1:18.811 +0.578
7 5 United Kingdom David Coulthard McLaren-Mercedes 1:19.148 +0.915
8 3 Colombia Juan Pablo Montoya Williams-BMW 1:19.378 +1.145
9 10 Japan Takuma Sato BAR-Honda 1:19.688 +1.455
10 14 Australia Mark Webber Jaguar-Cosworth 1:20.004 +1.771
11 12 Brazil Felipe Massa Sauber-Petronas 1:20.202 +1.969
12 17 France Olivier Panis Toyota 1:20.335 +2.102
13 4 Spain Marc Gené Williams-BMW 1:20.335 +2.102
14 16 Brazil Cristiano da Matta Toyota 1:20.545 +2.312
15 15 Austria Christian Klien Jaguar-Cosworth 1:21.559 +3.326
16 19 Italy Giorgio Pantano Jordan-Ford 1:22.458 +4.225
17 18 Germany Nick Heidfeld Jordan-Ford 1:22.677 +4.444
18 20 Italy Gianmaria Bruni Minardi-Cosworth 1:23.437 +5.204
19 21 Hungary Zsolt Baumgartner Minardi-Cosworth 1:24.117 +5.884
20 11 Italy Giancarlo Fisichella Sauber-Petronas no time no time

Race

Pos No Driver Constructor Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 1 Germany Michael Schumacher Ferrari 60 1:24:42.700 4 10
2 6 Finland Kimi Räikkönen McLaren-Mercedes 60 +2.130 1 8
3 2 Brazil Rubens Barrichello Ferrari 60 +3.114 2 6
4 9 United Kingdom Jenson Button BAR-Honda 60 +10.683 3 5
5 3 Colombia Juan Pablo Montoya Williams-BMW 60 +12.173 7 4
6 11 Italy Giancarlo Fisichella Sauber-Petronas 60 +12.888 20 3
7 5 United Kingdom David Coulthard McLaren-Mercedes 60 +19.668 6 2
8 14 Australia Mark Webber Jaguar-Cosworth 60 +23.701 9 1
9 12 Brazil Felipe Massa Sauber-Petronas 60 +24.023 10  
10 8 Spain Fernando Alonso Renault 60 +24.835 16  
11 10 Japan Takuma Sato BAR-Honda 60 +33.736 8  
12 4 Spain Marc Gené Williams-BMW 60 +34.303 11  
13 16 Brazil Cristiano da Matta Toyota 59 +1 Lap 12  
14 15 Austria Christian Klien Jaguar-Cosworth 59 +1 Lap 13  
15 18 Germany Nick Heidfeld Jordan-Ford 59 +1 Lap 15  
16 20 Italy Gianmaria Bruni Minardi-Cosworth 56 +4 Laps 18  
Ret 19 Italy Giorgio Pantano Jordan-Ford 47 Spin 14  
Ret 7 Italy Jarno Trulli Renault 39 Accident 5  
Ret 21 Hungary Zsolt Baumgartner Minardi-Cosworth 29 Engine 19  
Ret 17 France Olivier Panis Toyota 16 Accident 17  

Notes

  • Lap Leaders: Kimi Räikkönen 11 (1-11) and Michael Schumacher 49 (12-60)
  • This was Marc Gené's last race to date. From the German Grand Prix to the Italian Grand Prix, he was replaced by Antônio Pizzonia.
  • This was the first podium finish of the season for a McLaren driver.
  • Jarno Trulli had a dramatic end to his race. He lost control of his Renault through the high-speed Bridge Corner, and hit the tyres on the inside retaining wall. The car then barrel-rolled through the gravel before coming to a rest just after Priory. Jarno was unhurt, although he did say he was "a little crazier, maybe".
  • Minardi removed all sponsor logos to mourn the death of the team manager, John Walton who died on July 9, immediately before the race weekend. However, after the event, the team lost their Dutch title sponsor Wilux, mainly because the logos had been removed without the sponsor's agreement.[2]

References


Previous race:
2004 French Grand Prix
FIA Formula One World Championship
2004 season
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2004 German Grand Prix
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