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The circus has moved on to Bahrain and Alonso leads on lap 18 having started from pole, but Michael Schumacher has already retired with a hydraulic problem, apparently.

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Fernando Alonso has won the Bahrain Grand Prix to extend his World Championship lead to ten points.

Jarno Trulli was second again, to move up to second in the championship, with Kimi Raikkonen third.

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Agreed. After being so close to the championship in 2003, last year was something of a mare for him.

The Ferrari looked good until it broke down.

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i am hoping Kimi can win more then one race this year, it would be nice for him to win my national grand prix

i hate alonso so vary much, the only drivers i can stand to win or Webber, Heidfeld, Coulthard, and Button

it was nice to see de la Rosa do well for McLaren. Mclaren looks to be in the best form of the big three, but it doesn't seem that matters much this season

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Long way to go yet and I'm certainly not calling this championship yet.

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Fernando Alonso has won the Bahrain Grand Prix to extend his World Championship lead to ten points.

Jarno Trulli was second again, to move up to second in the championship, with Kimi Raikkonen third.

I heard that they had to cut down the celebrations because of the Pope's death.

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I haven't seen the race calendar yet because of laziness and forgetfulness, but when is the next race? Will it "clash" in a way with what is going on in the Vatican?

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April 24th at San Marino.

And the conclave to elect a new Pope starts on the 18th. of April. I don't think it would go that far into the week.

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Kimi Raikkonen starts on pole for this afternoon's San Marino Grand Prix. Championship leader Fernando Alonso is alongside him on the front row, but Michael Schumacher's problems continue with the world champion starting 14th.

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i am hoping Kimi can win more then one race this year, it would be nice for him to win my national grand prix

I'm not sure I like Kimi much. He's a good driver, no doubt. But he's always such a grumpy git in interviews who sulks when things don't go his way.

I preferred Hakkinen!

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The ITV pit crew reported that Raikkonen threw his steering wheel across the garage after retiring from the lead.

Alonso leads from Button with a charging Michael Schumacher closing all the time in third. He's pulling them in at over two seconds a lap. It's extraordinary.

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One of the best races I've seen for years ends with Fernando Alonso claiming his third win of the season from Michael Schumacher by just two tenths of a second!

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One of the best races I've seen for years ends with Fernando Alonso claiming his third win of the season from Michael Schumacher by just two tenths of a second!

Anyone want to bet on how many more Grand Prixs Alonso will win this season?

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The first race of the new season gets under way in Melbourne in less than three hours.

I'm hoping for more entertaining racing and Jenson Button to become Britain's first F1 World Champion since Damon Hill in 1996.

Judging by the way qualifying's gone, with Michael Schumacher starting 18th, we may be in for an interesting year.

Guess the 2006 Commonwealth Games will get in the way of next year's Australian Grand Prix: Australian GP Pushed Back In 2006

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Well there seems to be some discrepancy between the FIA view and the BAR view of things.

I have to say I have my doubts that the same punishment would be handed down if Ferrari were in the dock.

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two races isn't that bad, or course it ruins the season, but still it could have been worse

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Maybe not that bad, but I think you can argue it was excessive.

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