seriously.. i've no idea
i'd have to go back and look at F1 history to verify who raced what, and a car number.
of course Michael won.. and i recall brother Ralf being in the race, the rest is too far back to remember details.
we were there for 4 days, taking it all in.. and the wet practice was something to behold. Seeing Weber slide off track in practice directly in front of us is somewhat unreal.. unexpected and so the mind doesn't comprehend immediately what is being witnessed. hence the photo of him stopped
a few memories will never leave me tho-
standing at the straight leading to the hairpin, the cars are painfully LOUD... ear-splitting doesn't do the term justice. i wore no protection (silly me) as i had been to Indy and never experienced anything so piercing. if someone would have said "hey mate, your ears are bleeding" i would not have been surprised.
then the most revealing, is from our seats, seeing cars come out of Turn 5, come toward us and in my mind thinking 'he's not going to make it!' .. he's bloody well over done it!.. but no! the braking power is incredible - and what is lost on a TV broadcast is the transition of speed from very fast, slow to make a turn, and acceleration out of... the camera's tend to stay with a car, pan the scene, which is fine, to see car details, maybe driver hands... but you lose the intensity of making the turn!
a few times on TV they accidentally show a turn before they cut away, and a car comes thru and out of frame.. and that lights my fire as i recall - YES - look at that! amazing -
these drivers really are better than we can imagine ~
link to the race results: http://www.grandprix.com/gpe/rr705.html