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THE WEEKLY JOURNAL - VOLUME 11, ISSUE 39 - SEP 28TH 2005
 
We Are the Champions Again:
Interview with Pat Symonds

A decade ago, Michael Schumacher won a brace of World Championships with Benetton. He did it with a Ford engine in 1994 and a Renault engine in '95. Renault's director of engineering Pat Symonds was there then, just as he has overseen Fernando Alonso to Renault's first Drivers' Championship win as an entrant in its own right. Tony Dodgins talked to him in Brazil
BY TONY DODGINS

The Verdict is In
The A1 Grand Prix series made a much-talked about debut at Brands Hatch last weekend, and the new championship took off in promising fashion. Tim Redmayne analyses the rights and wrongs from the first event
BY TIM REDMAYNE

Bye Bye Dubayy
The first round of the A1 Grand Prix series at Brands Hatch proved successful in terms of popularity among the fans. Karl Ludvigsen, however, wishes the championship disappears as quickly as possible...
BY KARL LUDVIGSEN

For the Pride of Racing Ann Bradshaw has been involved in the marketing of the new A1 Grand Prix series from the very beginning, when all it amounted to was a madman's dream. Last Sunday, that dream became a reality and Annie couldn't be any prouder
BY ANN BRADSHAW
Wrapping It Up
As expected, McLaren dominated the Brazilian Grand Prix. As expected, too, Fernando Alonso did what he needed to do to clinch the drivers' title with two races to spare. Richard Barnes analyses the Spaniard's road to the crown
BY RICHARD BARNES

Brazilian GP Review
McLaren finally got their first one-two in over five years, but the Brazilian Grand Prix was all about Fernando Alonso, who drove another flawless race to clinch the title and become F1's youngest World Champion. Will Gray reviews the events and results from the seventeenth race of the 2005 season
BY WILL GRAY

The Player (Part II) Thomas O'Keefe continues his portrayal of Red Bull's power player Helmut Marko, and this week, in part II, we look at the Austrian's Grand Prix racing years, up until the accident that claimed his eye
BY THOMAS O'KEEFE
  • 2005 SuperStats
    By David Wright
  • 2005 Charts Center
    By Michele Lostia
  • The Race in Action
    By Marcel Borsboom
  • Lap Chart (Positions)
  • Lap Chart (Gaps)
  • Race Lap Times (H)
  • Race Lap Times (V)
  •   ASK NIGEL
    Will Formula One implode?

    How to minimize downforce

    Has Kimi agreed to move to Ferrari in 2007?

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