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THE WEEKLY JOURNAL - VOLUME 11, ISSUE 42 - OCT 19TH 2005
 
The Long Goodbyes
The Chinese Grand Prix marked the end of the illustrious careers of three remarkable men, who each in his own way has made Formula One richer and humane. Peter Sauber, Pierre Dupasquier and Paul Stoddart said their farewells in Shanghai, and Tony Dodgins was there for the tears and the speeches
BY TONY DODGINS
The Fourth Man
Flavio Briatore has minimal mechanical knowledge and once described himself as a t-shirt salesman, but the flamboyant Italian has achieved the extraordinary feat of winning Championship titles with two different teams. Richard Barnes analyses F1's fourth man
BY RICHARD BARNES
  Chinese Whispers
What happened to Kimi Raikkonen at the first stage of the Chinese GP? Why did Juan Pablo Montoya retire? How did Renault find sudden speed? And why did Giancarlo Fisichella risk a penalty? Adam Cooper brings information from behind the scenes at Shanghai
BY ADAM COOPER
Chinese GP Review
The 2005 Formula One season came to an end with an incident-filled Chinese Grand Prix in which Fernando Alonso demonstrated why he is the World Champion as his Renault team showed they deserved the teams' crown. Autosport-Atlas's Will Gray reviews the events and results from the final race of the year
BY WILL GRAY
  Technical Analysis
With three flyaway races ending the season - two of them running back to back - the teams have been working out of freight boxes. Surprisingly, though, some cars features significant upgrades, and Craig Scarborough has all the details on the set-up, specs and design features of the Brazilian, Japanese and Chinese GPs
BY CRAIG SCARBOROUGH
 
Point of View
Ann pays tribute to a few names who will be missed next year
BY ANN BRADSHAW
  • Lap Chart (Positions)
  • Lap Chart (Gaps)
  • Race Lap Times (H)
  • Race Lap Times (V)
  • 2005 Charts Center
    By Michele Lostia
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  • 2005 SuperStats
    By David Wright
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  • The Race in Action
    By Marcel Borsboom
  •   ASK NIGEL
    Does Nico Rosberg deserve an F1 seat?

    Is the points system working fairly?

    What do you think of Takuma Sato?

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