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THE WEEKLY JOURNAL - VOLUME 11, ISSUE 30 - JUL 27TH 2005
 
On the Record with Jenson Button

Speaking exclusively to Autosport magazine, Jenson Button explains why he wants to stay at BAR and how he plans to convince Frank Williams to release him from his 2006 contract. Autosport-Atlas brings the full transcript of the interview
BY ANTHONY ROWLINSON
Formula Brawn
Quite surprisingly for a team as efficient as Ferrari, the Champions can't seem to find the improvement needed to produce a race winning car. Adam Cooper heard from technical director Ross Brawn where the Italians have gone wrong, and what he feels is the problem of Formula One today
BY ADAM COOPER
  Distant Rivals
The battle for this year's WDC title has been reduced to two: Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen. However, their on-track rivalry is yet to be sparked, with the Spaniard now cruising for points while the Finn's McLaren keeps breaking down. Richard Barnes analyses the fight that was not to be
BY RICHARD BARNES
German GP Review
In yet another cruel blow for Kimi Raikkonen, the Finn lost what look like a sure win at the German GP after more problems with his McLaren, serving victory to Championship rival Fernando Alonso. Will Gray reviews the events and results from the thirteenth race
BY WILL GRAY
  Hungary Preview
Having always shone at Hungaroring, and with rival Kimi Raikkonen facing a tough qualifying, Fernando Alonso's birthday weekend is looking bright. Tom Keeble previews the race and rates the teams' chances of success ahead of the thirteenth round of 2005
BY TOM KEEBLE
The Champ Car series seems to enjoy a revival this year, with more close racing and wheel to wheel battles. And last weekend, the series visited Edmonton, Canada, for the first time. Alex Sabine looks at last weekend's event and analyses just why it has been branded a major success
BY ALEX SABINE
  Hungary Facts, Stats
Which drivers have taken a step backwards and who has leaped forward since last year? What milestone was set at the Hungaroring eleven years ago, and what happened 18 years ago this week? Marcel Schot brings the answers and more anecdotes on the thirteenth round of the season
BY MARCEL SCHOT
 
  • 2005 Charts Center
    By Michele Lostia
  • 2005 SuperStats
    By David Wright
  • The Race in Action
    By Marcel Borsboom
  • German GP Gaps Chart
  • German GP Laps Chart
  • Germany Laptimes (V)
  • Germany Laptimes (H)
  •   ASK NIGEL
    What was the greatest winless drive?

    Wouldn't F1 be better if it split into two series?

    What is your favourite of the old circuits?

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