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Iscariot
27th May 07, 10:10 AM
1. Fernando Alonso - McLaren - 1:40:29.329 - Pole Position, Fastest Lap and Race Win
2. Lewis Hamilton - McLaren - +4.095
3. Felipe Massa - Ferrari - +69.114
4. Giancarlo Fisichella - Renault - +1 Lap
5. Robert Kubica - BMW - +1 Lap
6. Nick Heidfeld - BMW - +1 Lap
7. Alex Wurz - Williams - +1 Lap
8. Kimi Raikkonen - Ferrari - +1 Lap
9. Scott Speed - Toro Rosso - +1 Lap
10. Rubens Barrichello - Honda - +1 Lap
11. Jenson Button - +1 Lap
12. Nico Rosberg - Williams - +1 Lap
13. Heikki Kovalainen - Renault - +1 Lap
14. David Coulthard - Red Bull - +2 Laps
15. Jarno Trulli - Toyota - +2 Laps
16. Ralf Schumacher - Toyota - +2 Laps
17. Takuma Sato - Super Aguri - +2 Laps
18. Anthony Davidson - Super Aguri - +2 Laps
19. Cristijan Albers - Spyker - Retired Lap 70 Mechanical Failure
20. Adrian Sutil - Spyker - Retired Lap 53 Crash
21. Mark Webber - Red Bull - Retired Lap 17 Mechanical Failure (Gearbox)
22. Tonio Liuzzi - Toro Rosso - Retired Lap 2 Crash.

Constructors' Championship
1. McLaren - 76
2. Ferrari - 56
3. BMW - 31
4. Renault - 16
5. Williams - 7

Drivers' Championship
1. Fernando Alonso - 38
2. Lewis Hamilton - 38
3. Felipe Massa - 33
4. Kimi Raikkonen - 28
5. Nick Heidfeld - 18


Contrary to Yitkin's guess Mark Webber lasted all of 17 laps this time. Alonso delivered a masterful drive, silencing the media hype around Hamilton by simply outdoing him in every way. Of particular note was the lap he did when Hamilton came back to him towards the end of the first stint, putting the car sideways and setting a new fastest lap to respond to his team mate.

Championship wise, the story was of the continued failure of Ferrari, their lack of depth following the departure of most of Schumacher's team has showed, a driver error and lack of overall pace by the cars allowing McLaren to increase their advantage despite Ferrari still owning more victories than the Woking team.

Renault also apparently made progress, whether this is due to the nature of the curcuit or continued development remains to be seen. Williams also established themselves as the fifth team after a lack of pace and reliability (again) from Red Bull.