Oct. Testing & Events

Alex Yoong takes part in a charity football match with Irish boy band Westlife. Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, 30 October 2002.

Alex Yoong takes part in a charity football match with Irish boy band Westlife. Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, 30 October 2002.

Alex Yoong takes part in a charity football match with Irish boy band Westlife. Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, 30 October 2002.

Alex Yoong takes part in a charity football match with Irish boy band Westlife. Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, 30 October 2002.

Alex Yoong takes part in a charity football match with Irish boy band Westlife. Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, 30 October 2002.

Alex Yoong takes part in a charity football match with Irish boy band Westlife. Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, 30 October 2002.

Juan Pablo Montoya and his new wife Connie Freydell leave San Toribio church in Cartagena, Bolivar province, after their wedding, October 26, 2002.

Juan Pablo Montoya and his new wife Connie Freydell leave San Toribio church in Cartagena, Bolivar province, after their wedding, October 26, 2002.

Juan Pablo Montoya and his new wife Connie Freydell leave San Toribio church in Cartagena, Bolivar province, after their wedding, October 26, 2002.

Juan Pablo Montoya and his new wife Connie Freydell leave San Toribio church in Cartagena, Bolivar province, after their wedding, October 26, 2002.

Juan Pablo Montoya and his new wife Connie Freydell leave San Toribio church in Cartagena, Bolivar province, after their wedding, October 26, 2002.

Juan Pablo Montoya and his new wife Connie Freydell leave San Toribio church in Cartagena, Bolivar province, after their wedding, October 26, 2002.

Club Jordan Day, Jordan Factory, Silverstone, England. 26 October 2002.

Club Jordan Day, Jordan Factory, Silverstone, England. 26 October 2002.

Club Jordan Day, Jordan Factory, Silverstone, England. 26 October 2002.

Club Jordan Day, Jordan Factory, Silverstone, England. 26 October 2002.

Club Jordan Day, Jordan Factory, Silverstone, England. 26 October 2002.

Club Jordan Day, Jordan Factory, Silverstone, England. 26 October 2002.

Club Jordan Day, Jordan Factory, Silverstone, England. 26 October 2002.

Club Jordan Day, Jordan Factory, Silverstone, England. 26 October 2002.

Club Jordan Day, Jordan Factory, Silverstone, England. 26 October 2002.

Club Jordan Day, Jordan Factory, Silverstone, England. 26 October 2002.

Club Jordan Day, Jordan Factory, Silverstone, England. 26 October 2002.

Club Jordan Day, Jordan Factory, Silverstone, England. 26 October 2002.

Club Jordan Day, Jordan Factory, Silverstone, England. 26 October 2002.

Club Jordan Day, Jordan Factory, Silverstone, England. 26 October 2002.

Club Jordan Day, Jordan Factory, Silverstone, England. 26 October 2002.

Club Jordan Day, Jordan Factory, Silverstone, England. 26 October 2002.

Club Jordan Day, Jordan Factory, Silverstone, England. 26 October 2002.

Club Jordan Day, Jordan Factory, Silverstone, England. 26 October 2002.

Club Jordan Day, Jordan Factory, Silverstone, England. 26 October 2002.

Club Jordan Day, Jordan Factory, Silverstone, England. 26 October 2002.

Construction begins in China for the Shanghai circuit, which is scheduled to host a Formula One Grand Prix as of 2004. October 21st 2002.

Construction begins in China for the Shanghai circuit, which is scheduled to host a Formula One Grand Prix as of 2004. October 21st 2002.

Formula One chief Bernie Ecclestone and Juan Wei, Deputy Manager of the Shanghai International Circuit Co Ltd, sign documents at a ceremony in Shanghai, China, October 21, 2002. Ecclestone signed an agreement to help the city host F1 Grand Prix races from 2004 to 2010.

Formula One chief Bernie Ecclestone and Juan Wei, Deputy Manager of the Shanghai International Circuit Co Ltd, sign documents at a ceremony in Shanghai, China, October 21, 2002. Ecclestone signed an agreement to help the city host F1 Grand Prix races from 2004 to 2010.

Formula One chief Bernie Ecclestone and Juan Wei, Deputy Manager of the Shanghai International Circuit Co Ltd, sign documents at a ceremony in Shanghai, China, October 21, 2002. Ecclestone signed an agreement to help the city host F1 Grand Prix races from 2004 to 2010.

Formula One chief Bernie Ecclestone and Juan Wei, Deputy Manager of the Shanghai International Circuit Co Ltd, sign documents at a ceremony in Shanghai, China, October 21, 2002. Ecclestone signed an agreement to help the city host F1 Grand Prix races from 2004 to 2010.

Formula One chief Bernie Ecclestone and Juan Wei, Deputy Manager of the Shanghai International Circuit Co Ltd, sign documents at a ceremony in Shanghai, China, October 21, 2002. Ecclestone signed an agreement to help the city host F1 Grand Prix races from 2004 to 2010.

Formula One chief Bernie Ecclestone and Juan Wei, Deputy Manager of the Shanghai International Circuit Co Ltd, sign documents at a ceremony in Shanghai, China, October 21, 2002. Ecclestone signed an agreement to help the city host F1 Grand Prix races from 2004 to 2010.

Formula One chief Bernie Ecclestone and Juan Wei, Deputy Manager of the Shanghai International Circuit Co Ltd, sign documents at a ceremony in Shanghai, China, October 21, 2002. Ecclestone signed an agreement to help the city host F1 Grand Prix races from 2004 to 2010.

Formula One chief Bernie Ecclestone and Juan Wei, Deputy Manager of the Shanghai International Circuit Co Ltd, sign documents at a ceremony in Shanghai, China, October 21, 2002. Ecclestone signed an agreement to help the city host F1 Grand Prix races from 2004 to 2010.

Formula One chief Bernie Ecclestone and Juan Wei, Deputy Manager of the Shanghai International Circuit Co Ltd, sign documents at a ceremony in Shanghai, China, October 21, 2002. Ecclestone signed an agreement to help the city host F1 Grand Prix races from 2004 to 2010.

Formula One chief Bernie Ecclestone and Juan Wei, Deputy Manager of the Shanghai International Circuit Co Ltd, sign documents at a ceremony in Shanghai, China, October 21, 2002. Ecclestone signed an agreement to help the city host F1 Grand Prix races from 2004 to 2010.

Formula One chief Bernie Ecclestone and Juan Wei, Deputy Manager of the Shanghai International Circuit Co Ltd, sign documents at a ceremony in Shanghai, China, October 21, 2002. Ecclestone signed an agreement to help the city host F1 Grand Prix races from 2004 to 2010.

Formula One chief Bernie Ecclestone and Juan Wei, Deputy Manager of the Shanghai International Circuit Co Ltd, sign documents at a ceremony in Shanghai, China, October 21, 2002. Ecclestone signed an agreement to help the city host F1 Grand Prix races from 2004 to 2010.

Formula One chief Bernie Ecclestone and Juan Wei, Deputy Manager of the Shanghai International Circuit Co Ltd, sign documents at a ceremony in Shanghai, China, October 21, 2002. Ecclestone signed an agreement to help the city host F1 Grand Prix races from 2004 to 2010.

Formula One chief Bernie Ecclestone and Juan Wei, Deputy Manager of the Shanghai International Circuit Co Ltd, sign documents at a ceremony in Shanghai, China, October 21, 2002. Ecclestone signed an agreement to help the city host F1 Grand Prix races from 2004 to 2010.

Chinese workers watch the Shanghai Circuit ground-breaking ceremony October 17, 2002. Shanghai has begun work on a 5.45-km (3.39-mile) racetrack north of the city, and hoping to host a Formula One Grand Prix event in 2004.

Chinese workers watch the Shanghai Circuit ground-breaking ceremony October 17, 2002. Shanghai has begun work on a 5.45-km (3.39-mile) racetrack north of the city, and hoping to host a Formula One Grand Prix event in 2004.

A Chinese resident walks past a floor plan of the Shanghai Circuit during its ground-breaking ceremony October 17, 2002. Shanghai has begun work on a 5.45-km (3.39-mile) racetrack north of the city, designed to look like the first Chinese character in the city's name and quot;shang and quot;.

A Chinese resident walks past a floor plan of the Shanghai Circuit during its ground-breaking ceremony October 17, 2002. Shanghai has begun work on a 5.45-km (3.39-mile) racetrack north of the city, designed to look like the first Chinese character in the city's name and quot;shang and quot;.

A Chinese father and child pass heavy machines rolling during the Shanghai Circuit ground-breaking ceremony October 17, 2002.

A Chinese father and child pass heavy machines rolling during the Shanghai Circuit ground-breaking ceremony October 17, 2002.

Chinese workers light firecrackers as heavy machines rev their engines during the Shanghai Circuit ground-breaking ceremony October 17, 2002.

Chinese workers light firecrackers as heavy machines rev their engines during the Shanghai Circuit ground-breaking ceremony October 17, 2002.

Max Mosley, president of the FIA, delivers a speech during the Shanghai Circuit's ground-breaking ceremony October 17, 2002.

Max Mosley, president of the FIA, delivers a speech during the Shanghai Circuit's ground-breaking ceremony October 17, 2002.

October 10th 2002: Max Mosley, HRH Prince Andrew, TheDuke of York and Prince Shaikh Salman bin Hamad al Khalifa formally began the buillding of the new Bahrain Racing Circuit at a ceremony in Sakhir, by laying a foundation stone in advance of the proposed Bahrain Grand Prix.

October 10th 2002: Max Mosley, HRH Prince Andrew, TheDuke of York and Prince Shaikh Salman bin Hamad al Khalifa formally began the buillding of the new Bahrain Racing Circuit at a ceremony in Sakhir, by laying a foundation stone in advance of the proposed Bahrain Grand Prix.

October 10th 2002: Max Mosley, HRH Prince Andrew, TheDuke of York and Prince Shaikh Salman bin Hamad al Khalifa formally began the buillding of the new Bahrain Racing Circuit at a ceremony in Sakhir, by laying a foundation stone in advance of the proposed Bahrain Grand Prix.

October 10th 2002: Max Mosley, HRH Prince Andrew, TheDuke of York and Prince Shaikh Salman bin Hamad al Khalifa formally began the buillding of the new Bahrain Racing Circuit at a ceremony in Sakhir, by laying a foundation stone in advance of the proposed Bahrain Grand Prix.

October 10th 2002: Max Mosley, HRH Prince Andrew, TheDuke of York and Prince Shaikh Salman bin Hamad al Khalifa formally began the buillding of the new Bahrain Racing Circuit at a ceremony in Sakhir, by laying a foundation stone in advance of the proposed Bahrain Grand Prix.

October 10th 2002: Max Mosley, HRH Prince Andrew, TheDuke of York and Prince Shaikh Salman bin Hamad al Khalifa formally began the buillding of the new Bahrain Racing Circuit at a ceremony in Sakhir, by laying a foundation stone in advance of the proposed Bahrain Grand Prix.

October 10th 2002: Max Mosley, HRH Prince Andrew, TheDuke of York and Prince Shaikh Salman bin Hamad al Khalifa formally began the buillding of the new Bahrain Racing Circuit at a ceremony in Sakhir, by laying a foundation stone in advance of the proposed Bahrain Grand Prix.

October 10th 2002: Max Mosley, HRH Prince Andrew, TheDuke of York and Prince Shaikh Salman bin Hamad al Khalifa formally began the buillding of the new Bahrain Racing Circuit at a ceremony in Sakhir, by laying a foundation stone in advance of the proposed Bahrain Grand Prix.

October 10th 2002: Max Mosley, HRH Prince Andrew, TheDuke of York and Prince Shaikh Salman bin Hamad al Khalifa formally began the buillding of the new Bahrain Racing Circuit at a ceremony in Sakhir, by laying a foundation stone in advance of the proposed Bahrain Grand Prix.

October 10th 2002: Max Mosley, HRH Prince Andrew, TheDuke of York and Prince Shaikh Salman bin Hamad al Khalifa formally began the buillding of the new Bahrain Racing Circuit at a ceremony in Sakhir, by laying a foundation stone in advance of the proposed Bahrain Grand Prix.

October 10th 2002: Max Mosley, HRH Prince Andrew, TheDuke of York and Prince Shaikh Salman bin Hamad al Khalifa formally began the buillding of the new Bahrain Racing Circuit at a ceremony in Sakhir, by laying a foundation stone in advance of the proposed Bahrain Grand Prix.

October 10th 2002: Max Mosley, HRH Prince Andrew, TheDuke of York and Prince Shaikh Salman bin Hamad al Khalifa formally began the buillding of the new Bahrain Racing Circuit at a ceremony in Sakhir, by laying a foundation stone in advance of the proposed Bahrain Grand Prix.

October 10th 2002: Max Mosley, HRH Prince Andrew, TheDuke of York and Prince Shaikh Salman bin Hamad al Khalifa formally began the buillding of the new Bahrain Racing Circuit at a ceremony in Sakhir, by laying a foundation stone in advance of the proposed Bahrain Grand Prix.

October 10th 2002: Max Mosley, HRH Prince Andrew, TheDuke of York and Prince Shaikh Salman bin Hamad al Khalifa formally began the buillding of the new Bahrain Racing Circuit at a ceremony in Sakhir, by laying a foundation stone in advance of the proposed Bahrain Grand Prix.

October 10th 2002: Max Mosley, HRH Prince Andrew, TheDuke of York and Prince Shaikh Salman bin Hamad al Khalifa formally began the buillding of the new Bahrain Racing Circuit at a ceremony in Sakhir, by laying a foundation stone in advance of the proposed Bahrain Grand Prix.

October 10th 2002: Max Mosley, HRH Prince Andrew, TheDuke of York and Prince Shaikh Salman bin Hamad al Khalifa formally began the buillding of the new Bahrain Racing Circuit at a ceremony in Sakhir, by laying a foundation stone in advance of the proposed Bahrain Grand Prix.

October 10th 2002: Max Mosley, HRH Prince Andrew, TheDuke of York and Prince Shaikh Salman bin Hamad al Khalifa formally began the buillding of the new Bahrain Racing Circuit at a ceremony in Sakhir, by laying a foundation stone in advance of the proposed Bahrain Grand Prix.

October 10th 2002: Max Mosley, HRH Prince Andrew, TheDuke of York and Prince Shaikh Salman bin Hamad al Khalifa formally began the buillding of the new Bahrain Racing Circuit at a ceremony in Sakhir, by laying a foundation stone in advance of the proposed Bahrain Grand Prix.

October 10th 2002: Max Mosley, HRH Prince Andrew, TheDuke of York and Prince Shaikh Salman bin Hamad al Khalifa formally began the buillding of the new Bahrain Racing Circuit at a ceremony in Sakhir, by laying a foundation stone in advance of the proposed Bahrain Grand Prix.

October 10th 2002: Max Mosley, HRH Prince Andrew, TheDuke of York and Prince Shaikh Salman bin Hamad al Khalifa formally began the buillding of the new Bahrain Racing Circuit at a ceremony in Sakhir, by laying a foundation stone in advance of the proposed Bahrain Grand Prix.

Takuma Sato, Jordan, Silverstone, England. October 3rd 2002

Takuma Sato, Jordan, Silverstone, England. October 3rd 2002

Oliver Gavin, Renault, Silverstone, England. October 3rd 2002

Oliver Gavin, Renault, Silverstone, England. October 3rd 2002

Takuma Sato, Jordan, Silverstone, England. October 3rd 2002

Takuma Sato, Jordan, Silverstone, England. October 3rd 2002

Takuma Sato, Jordan, Silverstone, England. October 3rd 2002

Takuma Sato, Jordan, Silverstone, England. October 3rd 2002

Takuma Sato, Jordan, Silverstone, England. October 3rd 2002

Takuma Sato, Jordan, Silverstone, England. October 3rd 2002

Takuma Sato, Jordan, Silverstone, England. October 2nd 2002

Takuma Sato, Jordan, Silverstone, England. October 2nd 2002

Oliver Gavin, Renault, Silverstone, England. October 2nd 2002

Oliver Gavin, Renault, Silverstone, England. October 2nd 2002

Takuma Sato, Jordan, Silverstone, England. October 2nd 2002

Takuma Sato, Jordan, Silverstone, England. October 2nd 2002

Takuma Sato, Jordan, Silverstone, England. October 2nd 2002

Takuma Sato, Jordan, Silverstone, England. October 2nd 2002

Takuma Sato, Jordan, Silverstone, England. October 2nd 2002

Takuma Sato, Jordan, Silverstone, England. October 2nd 2002
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