What happened in 2005 US GP?

What happened in 2005 US GP?

Michelin tyre failures During the afternoon’s practice session on June 17, 2005, Ralf Schumacher, driving for Toyota, crashed badly in Turn 13 of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway road course, as a result of a left-rear tyre failure.

Who won 2005 WDC?

Fernando Alonso
Fernando Alonso and the Renault team won the World Drivers’ and World Constructors’ championships, ending five years of dominance by Michael Schumacher and Ferrari since 2000.

Who won Bahrain 2005 F1?

The 57-lap race was the third round of the 2005 Formula One season and the second running of the Bahrain Grand Prix, since its inception the year before. The race was won by polesitter and championship leader Fernando Alonso for the Renault team.

Why did F1 stop racing at Indy?

It was dropped after the 2007 staging, two years on from when a series of tyre blowouts that caused crashes in practice and qualifying meant 14 drivers on Michelin rubber withdrew from the race at the end of the parade lap.

How many times did F1 race at Indianapolis?

For its efforts in organizing and promoting the race, IMS won the Formula One Constructors Association Award, presented to the best promoter and event organizer in Formula One each year. But the United States Grand Prix at Indianapolis had two controversies during its eight-event run at IMS.

Who won the 2004 WDC?

Michael Schumacher
Michael Schumacher won his seventh and final world championship with Ferrari.

Who won the 1999 f1 World Championship?

Mika Häkkinen
Defending world champion Mika Häkkinen won his second and final title with McLaren. Eddie Irvine was runner-up for Ferrari by two points.

Who raced for Ferrari in 2005?

Ferrari F2005

Technical specifications
Notable entrants Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro
Notable drivers 1. Michael Schumacher 2. Rubens Barrichello
Debut 2005 Bahrain Grand Prix
Last season 2005

Has Formula 1 ever raced at Indianapolis?

The Formula One World Championship raced at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway from 2000-2007 in the United States Grand Prix at Indianapolis.

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