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THE WEEKLY JOURNAL - VOLUME 11, ISSUE 14 - APR 6TH 2005
 
Deliverance: Interview with Jarno Trulli
Even taking Fernando Alonso's dominance into account, it is fair to say Toyota have been the biggest surprise of the season so far, and Jarno Trulli has spearheaded the Japanese squad's challenge. After being sacked by Renault last year, the Italian has needed just three races to silence his critics with his race pace. Adam Cooper talked to Trulli about his season so far
BY ADAM COOPER
Bahrain GP Review
Despite the introduction of the F2005, World Champions Ferrari continued to struggle as Fernando Alonso and his Renault team dominated the Bahrain Grand Prix from start to finish. Will Gray reviews the events and results from the third race of the 2005 season
BY WILL GRAY
  Bahrain Tech Review
The technical talking point at Sakhir was Ferrari's F2005, as well as the rising temperatures that presented the teams one of the toughest challenges of the season. Craig Scarborough reviews and analyses the machines and the events of the Bahrain Grand Prix
BY CRAIG SCARBOROUGH
A Touch of Prost
After Fernando Alonso's second win, Michael Schumacher trails by 24 points, which would be the greatest points deficit overturned if Schumacher managed to come back. Richard Barnes analyses the World Champion's situation
BY RICHARD BARNES
  Point of View
In this week's column, Ann Bradshaw analyses the risks of tennis and wonders how Juan Pablo Montoya managed to injure himself. She also recalls the days when sex was safer than Formula One and looks back at one very hot race
BY ANN BRADSHAW
 
  • 2005 Charts Center
    By Michele Lostia
  • 2005 SuperStats
    By David Wright
  • The Race in Action
    By Marcel Borsboom
  • Lap Chart (Positions)
  • Lap Chart (Gaps)
  • Race Lap Times (H)
  • Race Lap Times (V)
  •   ASK NIGEL
    What went wrong with Jan Magnussen?

    Shouldn't F1 be more environment-friendly?

    Which drivers who won the WC did not deserve it?

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