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2005 Belgian GP
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2006 Brazilian GP
 XXXIV  Grande Prêmio do Brasil


Overview - Entry List - Qualification - Starting Grid - Classification
Fastest Laps - Laps Led - Pit Stops - Penalties

Details
DateSunday 25 September 2005
Start time14:00
EventBrazilian GP
CircuitInterlagos
Event FormatRace of 71 laps
Race17 of 19
Championship race748
Circuit
Laps71
Circuit Perimeter4309 m
Race Distance4309 × 71 − 30 = 305.909 km
Grid Format2-2-2-2 (staggered)
Pole PositionRight
First CornerLeft
Track DirectionAnti-clockwise
Weather
Track Temperature23°C
Air Temperature24°C
Humidity64%
Wind Speed0.2 m/s (from the South-South-East)
Participants
Entries20
Qualifiers20
Finishers15
Pit stops35
Championship DebutantsNone
MilestonesJenson Button - 100th Race Entry (Driver)
Mobil - 100th Fastest Lap (Lubricant Manufacturer)
Takuma Sato - 50th Race Entry (Driver)
Team McLaren Mercedes - 10th Race Entry (Entrant)
Records Broken 1. Most 11th Place Finishes in a SeasonSauber (6),
2. Most 17th Place Qualifications in a SeasonJordan (10)
Records Extended 1. Most Drivers' Championship Points ScoresFerrari (856),
2. Most Constructors' Championship Points ScoresFerrari (724),
3. Most Constructors' Championship Points Scores Michael Schumacher (172),
4. Most Drivers' Championship Points Scores Michael Schumacher (173),
5. Most 4th Place FinishesFerrari (131),
6. Most 6th Place FinishesFerrari (74),
7. Most 14th Place FinishesMinardi (28),
8. Most Race EntriesFerrari (1662),
9. Most 7th Place QualificationsFerrari (104),
10. Most 18th Place QualificationsMinardi (85),
11. Most 20th Place QualificationsMinardi (88)

Championships
1  Fernando Alonso 117 
2  Kimi Räikkönen 94 
3  Juan Pablo Montoya 60 
up
4  Michael Schumacher 60 
down
5  Giancarlo Fisichella 45 
up
6  Jarno Trulli 43 
down
7  Rubens Barrichello 38 
up
8  Ralf Schumacher 38 
down
9  Jenson Button 32 
10  Mark Webber 29 
11  Nick Heidfeld 28 
12  David Coulthard 21 
13  Jacques Villeneuve 9 
14  Felipe Massa 8 
15  Tiago Monteiro 7 
16  Alexander Wurz 6 
17  Narain Karthikeyan 5 
18  Christian Klien 5 
19  Christijan Albers 4 
  Pedro de la Rosa 4 
21  Patrick Friesacher 3 
22  Antônio Pizzonia 2 
23  Takuma Sato 1 
  Vitantonio Liuzzi 1 
1 McLaren / Mercedes 164 
up
2 Renault / Renault 162 
down
3 Ferrari / Ferrari 98 
4 Toyota / Toyota 81 
5 Williams / BMW 59 
6 BAR / Honda 33 
7 Red Bull / Cosworth 27 
8 Sauber / Petronas 17 
9 Jordan / Toyota 12 
10 Minardi / Cosworth 7 

Results
 WinnerPole PositionFastest Lap
Car NumberCar 10Car 5Car 9
EntrantTeam McLaren MercedesMild Seven Renault F1 TeamTeam McLaren Mercedes
Driver Juan Pablo Montoya Fernando Alonso Kimi Räikkönen
CarMcLaren MP4/20Renault R25McLaren MP4/20
EngineMercedes FO110RRenault RS25Mercedes FO110R
Time1:29'20.5741'11.9881'12.268
Speed205.439 km/h215.486 km/h214.651 km/h
Podium
 RecipientTrophy Presented By
Winner Juan Pablo MontoyaJosé SerraMayor of São Paulo
2nd Place Kimi RäikkönenAgnelo QueirozMinister for Sport
3rd Place Fernando AlonsoPaulo ScaglionePresident of National Sporting Authorities (C&A)
Winning ConstructorMcLaren (represented by Norbert Haug)Geraldo AlckminGovernor of São Paulo


Overview - Entry List - Qualification - Starting Grid - Classification
Fastest Laps - Laps Led - Pit Stops - Penalties