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Bahrain 2004 - chronology

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chronology of race weekend

Fri PMJarno Trulliretired - engine
Fri PMDavid Coulthardretired - brakes
Fri PMKimi Räikkonenretired - engine
1Fernando Alonsocollision
2Mark Webber, David Coulthardovertaking
2Cristiano da Matta, Felipe Massaovertaking
Christian Klien, Kimi Räikkonenovertaking try
Ralf Schumacher, Takuma Satocollision
7Jarno Trulli, Takuma Satoovertaking
8Kimi Räikkonenretired - engine
11David Coulthard, Olivier Panisovertaking
11Mark Webber, Olivier Panisovertaking
12Jarno Trulli, Nick Heidfeldovertaking
12Christian Klien, Felipe Massaovertaking
16Christian Kliendriving mistake
17Jenson Button, Takuma Satoovertaking
20Fernando Alonso, Ralf Schumacher, Felipe Massaovertaking
Takuma Satodriving mistake
28Ralf Schumacher, Cristiano da Mattaovertaking
30Fernando Alonso, Mark Webberovertaking try
31Fernando Alonso, Mark Webberovertaking
31Ralf Schumacher, Giancarlo Fisichellaovertaking
31Cristiano da Matta, Giancarlo Fisichellaovertaking
33Takuma Sato, David Coulthardovertaking
Ralf Schumacher, Felipe Massacollision
45Zsolt Baumgartnerretired - unknown
Jenson Button, Juan Pablo Montoyaovertaking
Jarno Trulli, Juan Pablo Montoyaovertaking
51David Coulthardretired - other reason
deja-vu in the desert
In the qualifying, Ferrari occupies the first row in front of the Williams and BAR.

The race itself is despite the new track a deja-vu: Like before Ferrari dominates easily and finish the race with a double-victory, as usual Schumacher in front of Barrichello. Behind them Button and Trulli. Probably the most remarkable performance today is Alonso's race from the 17th grid position to a finish at a respectable 6th place.

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