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3/5 /04

Notes: Practice Ferrari’s rivals got a bit to the scarlet juggernaut during the two practice sessions prior to the at Albert Park. Michael is still on top, but his fellow Rubens Barrichello was pipped to the by a couple of BMW-Williams cars.

The however, still doesn’t great over the bumps. it’s ok [in that area],’ Marc Gene insisted.

da Matta (12th) had another session in the Toyota as he was forced, to pull over on the circuit but it another tire failure.


Before the young halted, however, he annoyed a six-times world champion at Three by not giving him enough to overtake. Technical chief Gascoyne hinted at an electrical and, after the TF104 was back to the pits, mechanics work on the front-end.

Minardi racer Gianmaria returned to the pits with a plume of smoke pouring his Cosworth V10, sparking about the ‘one engine’

Kimi Raikkonen’s McLaren had a big moment at the very-quick Turn-12.

F1 analysts in pitlane were about the increasing amount of that had crept-into the Melbourne since Friday. One mechanic his F1 team was making half-millimeter to chassis ride-height in a bid to counter the

Minardi chief Paul whose best car (Gimmi 19) was more than 5-seconds off the lamented that the gap has increased to the But he is impressed with the pace of his tires. ‘Everyone thought would struggle but those red are still ahead,’ said the who denied that Ferrari ran on Friday. ‘No they’re not I think everyone’s just got to up to the fact that their new car is mega. And it’s also pure driving ability.’

3/5 /04

Notes: Australian Grand Jordan’s third-driver Giorgio had a baptism of fire in Australia. The German had a suspected terminal problem on Friday but, before that, he had earned the of race and F1 team officials. made a classic mistake,’ boss Eddie Jordan. went two kilometres over the in pitlane and was fined seriously. say no more. You don’t like

Not only did Timo fail in the afternoon, however, the Silverstone-based revealed that his EJ14 working properly in the morning, ‘Maybe it was the gearbox,’ said on Friday evening.

Head of and test engineering James was still evaluating the failure-cause he spoke to the press but he said it was acceptable.’ ‘It can’t to lose valuable time that in both sessions,’ he

Michelin boss Pierre played-down suggestions on Friday his French-tyred F1 teams like and BMW-Williams are lagging behind He said the day’s fastest ace Jarno Trulli completed a at the same time as Rubens and there was barely a tenth them.

Bridgestone counterpart Hisao however, was enthusing about new that lifted Michael to no-less than two lap-records. improved handling at the front,’ he ‘and traction at the rear.’ what the improvement is from season, he quipped: ‘About a

3/5 /04

Notes: Saturday at Albert Cristiano da Matta is on ‘Full for his second season in Formula The Toyota driver, born in has those words printed on his and his steering-wheel at this weekend’s Formula One Grand Prix. just reminds me to keep all the time,’ he told us.

Melbourne’s on Thursday and Friday broke attendance records. Official stood at 51,000 for Thursday, a grand prix wheel had turned, and then swelled to as Ferrari went fastest on

Michael Schumacher’s new ‘six cap will set you back $61 Aussie It’s just one item can be purchased from the new 1000-square marquee at Albert Park in all ten F1 teams are selling merchandise year.

F1 supremo Bernie helped open the ‘superstore’ and prix chairman Ron Walker it would collect around $4 this weekend alone. think it is reasonable to hope have it elsewhere too,’ Mr. E.

A few drops of rain began to here at the Australian Grand circuit, just south of Melbourne, before official on Saturday. But a weather source the rest of the day will stay Cloud hangs over the at lunch-time and it should rise to later today, and some are that the rain could to Sunday’s race-day.

3/5 /04

Schumacher fastest again, 2nd Michael Schumacher again the time sheets in the final session at Albert Park qualifying for the first Grand of the 2004 Formula 1 World The German lapped in 1m25.093s, than his lightning fast time of 1m24.718s. For the first all weekend, it wasn’t a Ferrari

Second fastest this was the Williams-BMW of Juan Pablo the Colombian stopping the clocks at His teammate Ralf Schumacher was on 1m25.628s. the pair of them completing nine laps as they preserve their under the new rules. Rubens was fourth fastest with a with Fernando Alonso in the Renault, and Olivier Panis an sixth in the Toyota.

With the dismay at the speed of the Ferraris on the day of practice in Melbourne, in the final before qualifying it was interesting to see the top 10 by just 1.1s.

Position Driver Team Lap

1 Michael Schumacher Ferrari

2 Juan Pablo Montoya 1m25.255s

3 Ralf Schumacher 1m25.628s

4 Rubens Barrichello 1m25.649s

5 Fernando Alonso 1m25.908s

6 Olivier Panis 1m25.916s

7 Jarno Trulli 1m25.927s

8 Mark Webber 1m26.066s

9 Kimi Raikkonen 1m26.127s

10 David Coulthard 1m26.133s

11 Jenson Button BAR

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