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2003 Formula One world championship

Brave win: Michael Schumacher has kick started Ferrari's world championship defence with victory in the San Marino Grand Prix last Sunday. But it was in tragic circumstances, the five-time world champion racing just hours after his mother passed away. Similarly grief stricken brother Ralf finished fourth in his Williams-BMW after leading the race until the first round of pit stops. World championship leader Kimi Raikkonen ended up second in his McLaren-Mercedes with Rubens Barrichello third in the othe

Michael Schumacher breaks through for his first F1 win of 2003

22 Apr 2003

FIA Formula One driver's pointscore
1 Raikkonen McLaren 32
2 Coulthard McLaren 19
3 M Schumacher Ferrari 18
4 Alonso Renault 17
5 Barrichello Ferrari 14
6 R Schumacher Williams 13
7 Fisichella 10
7 Montoya Williams 10
9 Trulli Renault 9
10 Frentzen Sauber 7
11 Button BAR 2
12 Villeneuve BAR 3
12 Button BAR 3
13 Heidfeld Sauber 1 FIA Formula One constructors' pointscore
1 McLaren 51
2 Ferrari 32
3 Renault 26
4 Williams 23
5 Jordan Ford 10
6 Sauber 8
7 BAR 6 FIA Formula One World Championship
Mar 9 Australia (Melbourne)
Apr 6 Brazil (Sao Paulo)
Apr 20 San Marino (Imola)
May 4 Spain (Barcelona)
May 18 Austria (A1-Ring)
Jun 1 Monaco
Jun 15 Canada (Montreal)
Jun 29 Europe (Nurburgring)
Jul 6 France (Magny-Cours)
Jul 20 Britain (Silverstone)
Aug 3 Germany (Hockenheim)
Aug 24 Hungary (Budapest)
Sep 14 Italy (Monza)
Sep 28 USA (Indianapolis)
Oct 12 Japan (Suzuka)

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