2004 British Grand Prix
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|Race 11 of 18 in the 2004 Formula One season|
The Silverstone Circuit modified in 2000
|Date||July 11, 2004|
|Official name||LVII Foster's British Grand Prix|
|Location||Silverstone Circuit, Silverstone, Northamptonshire and Buckinghamshire, England|
|Course||Permanent Road Facility
5.141 km (3.194 mi)
|Distance||60 laps, 308.355 km (191.603 mi)|
|Time||1:18.739 on lap 14|
The 2004 British Grand Prix (formally the LVII Foster's British Grand Prix) was a Formula One race held at the Silverstone Circuit on 11 July 2004. It was the eleventh race of the 2004 Formula One season.
|5||3||Juan Pablo Montoya||Williams-BMW||60||+12.173||7||4|
|13||16||Cristiano da Matta||Toyota||59||+1 Lap||12|
|14||15||Christian Klien||Jaguar-Cosworth||59||+1 Lap||13|
|15||18||Nick Heidfeld||Jordan-Ford||59||+1 Lap||15|
|16||20||Gianmaria Bruni||Minardi-Cosworth||56||+4 Laps||18|
|Ret||17||Olivier Panis||Toyota||16||Fire Extinguisher||17|
- Lap Leaders: Kimi Räikkönen 11 (1–11) and Michael Schumacher 49 (12–60)
- This was Marc Gené's last race to date. From the German Grand Prix to the Italian Grand Prix, he was replaced by Antônio Pizzonia.
- This was the first podium finish of the season for a McLaren driver.
- Jarno Trulli had a dramatic end to his race. He lost control of his Renault through the high-speed Bridge Corner, and hit the tyres on the inside retaining wall. The car then barrel-rolled through the gravel before coming to a rest just after Priory. Trulli was unhurt, although he did say he was "a little crazier, maybe".
- Minardi removed all sponsor logos to mourn the death of the team manager, John Walton who died on July 9, immediately before the race weekend. However, after the event, the team lost their Dutch title sponsor Wilux, mainly because the logos had been removed without the sponsor's agreement.
Standings after the race
- Bold text indicates who still has a theoretical chance of becoming World Champion.
- Note: Only the top five positions are included for both sets of standings.
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