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1) Fisichella, Renault (M), 1h30:40.529
2) Alonso, Renault (M), + 4.585
3) Button, Honda (M), + 9.631
4) Montoya, McLaren-Mercedes (M), + 39.351
5) Massa, Ferrari (B), + 43.254
6) M.Schumacher, Ferrari (B), + 43.854
7) Villeneuve, BMW-Sauber (M), + 1:20.461
8) R.Schumacher, Toyota (B), + 1:21.288
9) Trulli, Toyota (B), + 1 lap
10) Barrichello, Honda (M), + 1 lap
11) Liuzzi, Toro Rosso-Cosworth (M), + 2 laps
12) Albers, MF1-Toyota (B), + 2 laps
13) Monteiro, MF1-Toyota (B), + 2 laps
14) Sato, Super Aguri-Honda (B), + 3 laps

Not classified/retirements:

Heidfeld, BMW-Sauber (M), 49 laps
Speed, Toro Rosso-Cosworth (M), 42
Ide, Super Aguri-Honda (B), 34
Klien, Red Bull-Ferrari (M), 27
Webber, Williams-Cosworth (B), 16
Coulthard, Red Bull-Ferrari (M), 11
Rosberg, Williams-Cosworth (B), 7
Raikkonen, McLaren-Mercedes (M), 1

Drivers' standings:

1) Alonso 18
2) M.Schumacher 11
3) Button 11
4) Fisichella 10
5) Montoya 9
6) Raikkonen 6
7) Massa 4
8) Webber 3
9) Rosberg 2
10) Villeneuve 2
 

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Didn't get a chance to see the race today, but just generalizing that since the year is still young; a p4th and a podium is good news for Honda. Too bad Rubens hasn't had better results. :(

I talk smack on Sato alot, but I think he's winning me over to his side. Maybe it's the whole "underdog" thing that S. Aguri has going on, but I'm being to hope Sato & Ide have a good season. :eek:
 

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Didn't get a chance to see the race today, but just generalizing that since the year is still young; a p4th and a podium is good news for Honda. Too bad Rubens hasn't had better results. :(

I talk smack on Sato alot, but I think he's winning me over to his side. Maybe it's the whole "underdog" thing that S. Aguri has going on, but I'm being to hope Sato & Ide have a good season. :eek:
Yeah, even though the Arrows chassis is sloow Sato has become much more patient this year while retaining his speed IMO, in the last two races he hasn't went off track, crashed into anyone, and mostly importantly he hasn't blown up any engines :lol2 (compared to the last two years :rolleyes ).
 

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once again... Honda's inablility to change pit strategies cost Button at least p2.


Renault changed Alonso's and that's what gave him p2.

And the backmarkers not giving way to JB also didn't help either.

either way Honda still doesn't have the pace to challenge the Renaults.
 
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