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THE WEEKLY JOURNAL - VOLUME 11, ISSUE 24 - JUN 15TH 2005
 
Communication Breakdown:
The Undoing of a Grand Prix Win


Juan Pablo Montoya looked certain to silence his critics with a win at the Canadian Grand Prix, when suddenly everything that could go wrong, did go wrong. Adam Cooper witnessed the events unfold in Montreal, and spoke to the McLaren team principals after the race. He brings a detailed analysis of how it all went wrong
BY ADAM COOPER
The BMW Spin
The recent exchange of banters between BMW's Mario Theissen and Williams's Patrick Head was the climax of a strained relationship that will reach a conclusion one way or another in the following weeks. But why did it become so personal? Tony Dodgins investigates the latest Grove-Munich controversy
BY TONY DODGINS
  Tyred and Emotional
Kimi Raikkonen's retirement on the last lap of the European GP lingered in the Montreal paddock, and tyre safety was again a favourite topic of debate. Tony Dodgins talked to the drivers and team personnel about the effects of the 2005 regulations, and should the current situation be changed
BY TONY DODGINS
Canada GP Review
Fernando Alonso had it all in his hand to extend his World Championship lead with a win in Canada, but the Spaniard made a rare mistake and ended up gifting victory to his main title rival Kimi Raikkonen. Will Gray reviews the events and results from the eighth round of the 2005 season
BY WILL GRAY
  The Break Back
The most common setback for the tennis professional is the dreaded break of serve. Fernando Alonso had broken Kimi Raikkonen's serve at the European GP, but the Renault driver threw all that away with a driving error in Canada. Richard Barnes analyses the Championship situation
BY RICHARD BARNES
The US GP Preview
The Canadian Grand Prix saw Kimi Raikkonen taking a big step forward in the battle for the title, and the Finn will be hoping to keep his momentum at Indianapolis this weekend. Tom Keeble previews the race and rates the teams' chances of success ahead of the ninth round of the 2005 season
BY TOM KEEBLE
  US GP Facts & Stats
What team has the best record in Indianapolis? How much does Indy 500 experience help in the F1 race? And what happened at other tracks that previously hosted the United States Grand Prix? Marcel Schot brings the answers to these questions and more anecdotes on the ninth race of 2005
BY MARCEL SCHOT
 
  • 2005 Charts Center
    By Michele Lostia
  • 2005 SuperStats
    By David Wright
  • The Race in Action
    By Marcel Borsboom
  • Canadian GP Gaps Chart
  • Canadian GP Laps Chart
  • Canadian Laptimes (V)
  • Canadian Laptimes (H)
  •   ASK NIGEL
    Should F1 cars bounce off kerbs so much?

    What do you remember of Clay Regazzoni?

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