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2004 Bahrain Grand Prix

  2004 Bahrain Grand Prix
Race details
Race 3 of 18 in the 2004 Formula One season
Date 4 April 2004
Official name I Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix
Location Bahrain International Circuit, Sakhir, Bahrain
Course Permanent racing facility
Course length 5.417 km (3.366 mi)
Distance 57 laps, 308.523 km (191.860 mi)
Weather Warm, dry and overcast
Pole position
Driver Ferrari
Time 1:30.139
Fastest lap
Driver Michael Schumacher Ferrari
Time 1:30.252 on lap 7
Podium
First Ferrari
Second Ferrari
Third BAR-Honda

The 2004 Bahrain Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race held on 4 April 2004 at the Bahrain International Circuit. It was the first Formula One race to be held in the Kingdom of Bahrain, and the Middle East. The race, contested over 57 laps, was the third round of the 2004 Formula One season. The race was won by Ferrari driver Michael Schumacher. His team-mate Rubens Barrichello completed a 1-2 for the team, whilst Jenson Button completed the podium for the BAR team by finishing in third position.


Contents

  • Classification 1
    • Qualifying 1.1
    • Race 1.2
  • Standings after the race 2
  • External links 3
  • References 4

Classification

Qualifying

Pos No Driver Constructor Time[1] Gap
1 1 Michael Schumacher Ferrari 1:30.139
2 2 Rubens Barrichello Ferrari 1:30.530 +0.391
3 3 Juan Pablo Montoya Williams-BMW 1:30.581 +0.442
4 4 Ralf Schumacher Williams-BMW 1:30.633 +0.494
5 10 Takuma Sato BAR-Honda 1:30.827 +0.688
6 9 Jenson Button BAR-Honda 1:30.856 +0.717
7 7 Jarno Trulli Renault 1:30.971 +0.832
8 17 Olivier Panis Toyota 1:31.686 +1.547
9 16 Cristiano da Matta Toyota 1:31.717 +1.578
10 5 David Coulthard McLaren-Mercedes 1:31.719 +1.580
11 11 Giancarlo Fisichella Sauber-Petronas 1:31.731 +1.592
12 15 Christian Klien Jaguar-Cosworth 1:32.332 +2.193
13 12 Felipe Massa Sauber-Petronas 1:32.536 +2.397
14 14 Mark Webber Jaguar-Cosworth 1:32.625 +2.486
15 18 Nick Heidfeld Jordan-Ford 1:33.506 +3.367
16 19 Giorgio Pantano Jordan-Ford 1:34.105 +3.966
17 8 Fernando Alonso Renault 1:34.130 +3.991
18 20 Gianmaria Bruni Minardi-Cosworth 1:34.584 +4.445
19 21 Zsolt Baumgartner Minardi-Cosworth 1:35.787 +5.648
20 6 Kimi Räikkönen McLaren-Mercedes no time no time

Race

Pos No Driver Constructor Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 1 Michael Schumacher Ferrari 57 1:28:34.875 1 10
2 2 Rubens Barrichello Ferrari 57 +1.367 2 8
3 9 Jenson Button BAR-Honda 57 +26.687 6 6
4 7 Jarno Trulli Renault 57 +32.214 7 5
5 10 Takuma Sato BAR-Honda 57 +52.460 5 4
6 8 Fernando Alonso Renault 57 +53.156 17 3
7 4 Ralf Schumacher Williams-BMW 57 +58.155 4 2
8 14 Mark Webber Jaguar-Cosworth 56 +1 Lap 14 1
9 17 Olivier Panis Toyota 56 +1 Lap 8  
10 16 Cristiano da Matta Toyota 56 +1 Lap 9  
11 11 Giancarlo Fisichella Sauber-Petronas 56 +1 Lap 11  
12 12 Felipe Massa Sauber-Petronas 56 +1 Lap 13  
13 3 Juan Pablo Montoya Williams-BMW 56 +1 Lap 3  
14 15 Christian Klien Jaguar-Cosworth 56 +1 Lap 12  
15 18 Nick Heidfeld Jordan-Ford 56 +1 Lap 15  
16 19 Giorgio Pantano Jordan-Ford 55 +2 Laps 16  
17 20 Gianmaria Bruni Minardi-Cosworth 52 +5 Laps 18  
Ret 5 David Coulthard McLaren-Mercedes 50 Pneumatics 10  
Ret 21 Zsolt Baumgartner Minardi-Cosworth 44 Engine 20  
Ret 6 Kimi Räikkönen McLaren-Mercedes 7 Engine 19  

Standings after the race

  • Note: Only the top five positions are included for both sets of standings.

External links

  • News on 2004 Bahrain GP

References

  1. ^ "The Official Formula 1 website". Retrieved 2011-05-19. 
Previous race:
2004 Malaysian Grand Prix
FIA Formula One World Championship
2004 season
Next race:
2004 San Marino Grand Prix
Previous race:
none
Bahrain Grand Prix Next race:
2005 Bahrain Grand Prix
Awards
Preceded by
2003 Spanish Grand Prix
Formula One Promotional Trophy
for Race Promoter

2004
Succeeded by
2005 Monaco Grand Prix

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