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Monza 2003 - cronologia

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cronologia del fine settimana di corsa

giro
primaregolamento
primaRalf Schumacherritiro - incidente
ven.pom.Ralf Schumachererrore di pilota
sabRalf Schumacherritiro - pilota ammalato
sab.pom.Fernando Alonsoerrore di pilota
1Michael Schumacher, Juan Pablo Montoyatentativo di sorpasso
1Jarno Trulliritiro - idraulica
2Marc Gene, Olivier Panismanovra di sorpasso
3Heinz-Harald Frentzen, Nicolas Kiesamanovra di sorpasso
3Justin Wilsonritiro - propulsione
3Heinz-Harald Frentzen, Zsolt Baumgartnermanovra di sorpasso
4Cristiano da Mattaritiro - pneumatici
16Nick Heidfeld, Zsolt Baumgartnermanovra di sorpasso
Fernando Alonsoerrore di pilota
25Jenson Buttonritiro - cambio
28Jos Verstappenritiro - olio
36Olivier Panisritiro - freni
46David Coulthardritiro - @de@Kraftstoffversorgung@
51Heinz-Harald Frentzenritiro - propulsione
52Fernando Alonso, Nick Heidfeldmanovra di sorpasso
Schumacher strikes back
Ferrari has worked a lot before the race and it has payed off: Schumacher drives a perfect week-end: Pole, fastest lap and (with the exception of the first lap) an undisputed victory.

3 weeks ago, Alonso overlapped Schumacher, now it's the other way around. Ferrari is definitely back in the game, although not dominating like in 2002: Montoya almost overtook Schumacher in the first lap and kept up with him very well afterwards. Because Monza is often quoted as being favourable to Ferrari, things could turn out differently in the next 2 races and the championship stays exciting.

A lot less lucky than his brother was Ralf Schumacher who couldn't start because of medical problems caused by his accident a week ago.

Traduzione in italiano di Piero Peruzzi.