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 XXXI  Fuji Television Japanese Grand Prix


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

Details
DateSunday 9 October 2005
Start time14:00
EventJapanese GP
CircuitSuzuka
Event FormatRace of 53 laps
Race18 of 19
Championship race749
Attendance155000
Circuit
Laps53
Circuit Perimeter5807 m
Race Distance5807 × 53 − 198 = 307.573 km
Grid Format2-2-2-2 (staggered)
Pole PositionLeft
First CornerRight
Track DirectionClockwise
Weather
Track Temperature35°C
Air Temperature27°C
Humidity42%
Wind Speed1.7 m/s (from the South-South-East)
Participants
Entries20
Qualifiers20
Finishers16
Pit stops36
Championship DebutantsToyota TF105B (Car Model)
MilestonesNone
Records Broken 1. Most 10th Place Finishes in a Season Felipe Massa (6),
2. Most 11th Place Finishes in a Season Jacques Villeneuve (5),
3. Most 13th Place Finishes in a SeasonJordan (6)
Records Extended 1. Most Constructors' Championship Points ScoresFerrari (725),
2. Most Drivers' Championship Points ScoresFerrari (857),
3. Most Constructors' Championship Points Scores Michael Schumacher (173),
4. Most Drivers' Championship Points Scores Michael Schumacher (174),
5. Most 14th Place FinishesMinardi (29),
6. Most 16th Place FinishesMinardi (22),
7. Most 11th Place Finishes in a SeasonSauber (7),
8. Most 13th Place Finishes in a Season Tiago Monteiro (5),
9. Most Races LedFerrari (419),
10. Most Races Led Michael Schumacher (130),
11. Most Laps LedFerrari (11495),
12. Most Laps Led Michael Schumacher (4746),
13. Most Race EntriesFerrari (1664)

Championships
1  Fernando Alonso 123 
2  Kimi Räikkönen 104 
3  Michael Schumacher 62 
up
4  Juan Pablo Montoya 60 
down
5  Giancarlo Fisichella 53 
6  Jarno Trulli 43 
7  Ralf Schumacher 39 
up
8  Rubens Barrichello 38 
down
9  Jenson Button 36 
10  Mark Webber 34 
11  Nick Heidfeld 28 
12  David Coulthard 24 
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  Vitantonio Liuzzi 1 
  Takuma Sato 1 
1 Renault / Renault 176 
up
2 McLaren / Mercedes 174 
down
3 Ferrari / Ferrari 100 
4 Toyota / Toyota 82 
5 Williams / BMW 64 
6 BAR / Honda 37 
7 Red Bull / Cosworth 30 
8 Sauber / Petronas 17 
9 Jordan / Toyota 12 
10 Minardi / Cosworth 7 

Results
 WinnerPole PositionFastest Lap
Car NumberCar 9Car 17Car 9
EntrantTeam McLaren MercedesPanasonic Toyota RacingTeam McLaren Mercedes
Driver Kimi Räikkönen Ralf Schumacher Kimi Räikkönen
CarMcLaren MP4/20Toyota TF105BMcLaren MP4/20
EngineMercedes FO110RToyota RVX-05Mercedes FO110R
Time1:29'02.2121'46.1061'31.540
Speed207.267 km/h197.022 km/h228.372 km/h
Podium
 RecipientTrophy Presented By
Winner Kimi RäikkönenAkihiko NoroGovernor of Mie Prefecture
2nd Place Giancarlo FisichellaMitsuo KawagishiMayor of Suzuka City
3rd Place Fernando AlonsoHiroshi TakikawaPresident of Japan Automobile Federation
Winning ConstructorMcLaren (represented by Ron Dennis)Kouichi MurakamiPresident of Fuji Television Network, Inc.


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