MICHAEL SCHUMACHER - FERRARI

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Name

Date

Country

Circuit

 

Qantas Australian Grand Prix

March 4th 2001

Australia Australia

Albert Park Grand Prix Circuit

 

Petronas Malaysian Grand Prix

March 18th 2001

Malaysia Malaysia

Sepang International Circuit

 

30o Grande Premio Marlboro do Brasil

April 1st 2001

Brazil Brazil

Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace

 

21o Gran Premio Warsteiner di San Marino

April 15th 2001

San Marino San Marino

Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari

 

Gran Premio Marlboro de Espana

April 29th 2001

Spain Spain

Circuit de Catalunya

 

Grosser A1 Preis von Osterreich

May 13th 2001

Austria Austria

A1-Ring

 

59e Grand Prix de Monaco

May 27th 2001

Monaco Monaco

Circuit de Monaco

 

Grand Prix Air Canada

June 10th 2001

Canada Canada

Circuit Gilles Villeneuve

 

Warsteiner Grand Prix of Europe

June 24th 2001

Germany Germany

Nurburgring

 

Mobil 1 Grand Prix de France

July 1st 2001

France France

Circuit de Nevers-Magny Cours

 

Foster's British Grand Prix

July 15th 2001

Great-Britain Great-Britain

Silverstone Circuits Ltd.

 

Grosser Mobil 1 Preis von Deutschland

July 29th 2001

Germany Germany

Hockenheimring

 

Marlboro Magyar Nagydij

August 19th 2001

Hungary Hungary

Hungaroring

 

Foster's Belgian Grand Prix

September 2nd 2001

Belgium Belgium

Circuit National de Francorchamps

 

72o Gran Premio Campari d'Italia

September 16th 2001

Italy Italy

Autodromo Nazionale di Monza

 

SAP United States Grand Prix

September 30th 2001

USA USA

Indianapolis Motor Speedway

 

Fuji Television Japanese Grand Prix

October 14th 2001

Japan Japan

Suzuka International Racing Course

2001 Formula One season summary





Michael Schumacher won his second title in a row with Ferrari, his fourth overall.
David Coulthard (pictured in 2007), finished runner-up for McLaren.
Schumacher's team-mate, Rubens Barrichello, finished the season ranked third.
Ferrari won the 2001 Formula One World Championship for Constructors

The 2001 Formula One season was the 52nd season of FIA Formula One racing. It featured the FIA Formula One World Championship which commenced on March 4, 2001 and ended on October 14 after seventeen races. Michael Schumacher won the Drivers title with a record margin of 58 points, after achieving nine victories and five second places and Ferrari won the Constructors award. The season marked the reintroduction of traction control, with the FIA permitting its use starting at the Spanish Grand Prix. Traction control had been banned since 1994.

In the form of Minardi’s Fernando Alonso and Sauber’s Kimi Räikkönen, two future world champions were taking to the grid for the very first time at the season opener in Melbourne. Exciting Colombian talent and former CART champion Juan Pablo Montoya was also making his F1 bow at Williams.

There were new beginnings for French companies Renault and Michelin. After four years out of the sport, Renault returned to supply engines to the Benetton team, while Michelin’s comeback as a tyre supplier would provide Bridgestone with competition for the first time since Goodyear left the sport at the end of the 1998 season.

On the other hand though, the sport was to lose some memorable characters at the end of the year. Double world champion Mika Häkkinen would initially announce his intention to take a one year sabbatical; but eventually, as expected, this became full-time retirement.

Also racing for the last time was Jean Alesi, who passed the 200 race mark shortly before his final Grand Prix in Japan. It was the end for commentator Murray Walker too; for so long the beloved ‘voice of F1’ in the UK. He gave his final commentary at the United States Grand Prix (which would also turn out to be Mika Häkkinen’s last victory in the sport).

The Prost and Benetton names would disappear from the sport at the end of 2001; Prost folded due to a lack of finances while Benetton was rebranded as Renault after the French manufacturer bought the team outright.

The championship was won with ease by Michael Schumacher, who finished a mammoth 58 points clear of David Coulthard in second place. However, while Schumacher may have taken the lion’s share of victories over the course of the season, his Ferrari team were not the only constructor capable of scoring wins in 2001.

Williams drivers Ralf Schumacher and Juan Pablo Montoya would both score their maiden wins in the sport, at San Marino and Italy respectively. The younger Schumacher would also add victories in Canada and Germany, giving the team four wins in total. After three years in the doldrums, this was a much better return for the Oxfordshire based team.

On the other hand McLaren would not enjoy as much success as they had in recent times, but they would still do enough to also secure four wins. These were shared equally amongst their drivers; Häkkinen winning in Britain and America, Coulthard triumphing in Brazil and Austria.

But it was not enough to stop the rampant Schumacher, whose haul of 123 points was more than enough for his fourth world championship (equalling the achievements of Alain Prost). With Michael Schumacher's team mate, Rubens Barrichello, tallying 11 podiums throughout the season, Ferrari also won the Constructor’s Championship at a canter.

Contents

Drivers and constructors

The following teams and drivers competed in the 2001 FIA Formula One World Championship.

TeamConstructorChassisEngineTyreNoDriverTest/Reserve driver(s)
Flag of Italy Scuderia Ferrari MarlboroFerrariF2001Ferrari 050 3.0 V10B1Flag of Germany Michael SchumacherFlag of Italy Luca Badoer
2Flag of Brazil Rubens Barrichello
Flag of the United Kingdom West McLaren MercedesMcLarenMP4-16Mercedes FO110K 3.0 V10B3Flag of Finland Mika HäkkinenFlag of Austria Alexander Wurz
4Flag of the United Kingdom David Coulthard
Flag of the United Kingdom BMW WilliamsF1 TeamWilliamsFW23BMW P80 3.0 V10M5Flag of Germany Ralf SchumacherFlag of Spain Marc Gené
6Flag of Colombia Juan Pablo Montoya
Flag of Italy Mild Seven Benetton Renault SportBenettonB201Renault RS21 3.0 V10M7Flag of Italy Giancarlo FisichellaFlag of Australia Mark Webber
8Flag of the United Kingdom Jenson Button
Flag of the United Kingdom Lucky Strike BAR HondaBAR003Honda RA001E 3.0 V10B9Flag of France Olivier PanisFlag of the United Kingdom Anthony Davidson
Flag of the United Kingdom Darren Manning
Flag of France Patrick Lemarié
Flag of Japan Takuma Sato
10Flag of Canada Jacques Villeneuve
Flag of Ireland B&H Jordan HondaJordanEJ11Honda RA001E 3.0 V10B11Flag of Germany Heinz-Harald FrentzenFlag of Brazil Ricardo Zonta
Flag of Brazil Ricardo Zonta
Flag of Italy Jarno Trulli
12
Flag of France Jean Alesi
Flag of the United Kingdom Orange Arrows AsiatechArrowsA22Asiatech 001 3.0 V10B14Flag of the Netherlands Jos VerstappenFlag of the United Kingdom Johnny Herbert
15Flag of Brazil Enrique Bernoldi
Flag of Switzerland Red Bull Sauber PetronasSauberC20Petronas 01A 3.0 V10B16Flag of Germany Nick HeidfeldFlag of Brazil Felipe Massa
17Flag of Finland Kimi Räikkönen
Flag of the United Kingdom Jaguar RacingJaguar RacingR2Cosworth CR-3 3.0 V10M18Flag of the United Kingdom Eddie IrvineFlag of South Africa Tomas Scheckter
19Flag of Brazil Luciano Burti
Flag of Spain Pedro de la Rosa
Flag of Italy European Minardi F1MinardiPS01
PS01B
European 3.0 V10M20Flag of Brazil Tarso MarquesFlag of Malaysia Alex Yoong
Flag of Malaysia Alex Yoong
21Flag of Spain Fernando Alonso
Flag of France Prost AcerProstAP04Acer 3.0 V10M22Flag of France Jean AlesiFlag of France Stéphane Sarrazin
Flag of Spain Pedro de la Rosa
Flag of France Jonathan Cochet
Flag of Germany Heinz-Harald Frentzen
23Flag of Argentina Gastón Mazzacane
Flag of Brazil Luciano Burti
Flag of the Czech Republic Tomáš Enge

Driver changes

The 2001 season featured several driver lineup changes prior to the season, and more changes during the season proper, as follows in the table:


Start of the SeasonDuring the Season
DriverBeforeAfter
TeamPositionTeamPositionTeamPosition
Flag of France Olivier PanisFlag of the United Kingdom McLarenTest/Reserve DriverFlag of the United Kingdom BARFull Time Driver

Flag of Brazil Ricardo ZontaFlag of the United Kingdom BARFull Time DriverFlag of Ireland JordanTest/Reserve DriverFlag of Ireland JordanFull Time Driver
Flag of the United Kingdom Jenson ButtonFlag of the United Kingdom WilliamsFull Time DriverFlag of Italy BenettonFull Time Driver

Flag of Austria Alexander WurzFlag of Italy BenettonFull Time DriverFlag of the United Kingdom McLarenTest/Reserve Driver

Flag of Colombia Juan Pablo MontoyaFlag of the United States Chip GanassiCART DriverFlag of the United Kingdom WilliamsFull Time Driver

Flag of Spain Marc GenéFlag of Italy MinardiFull Time DriverFlag of the United Kingdom WilliamsTest/Reserve Driver

Flag of Argentina Gastón MazzacaneFlag of Italy MinardiFull Time DriverFlag of France ProstFull Time Driver-Released
Flag of Germany Nick HeidfeldFlag of France ProstFull Time DriverFlag of Switzerland SauberFull Time Driver

Flag of Spain Fernando AlonsoFlag of Belgium AstromegaFormula 3000 DriverFlag of Italy MinardiFull Time Driver

Flag of Brazil Tarso MarquesFlag of the United States Dale CoyneCART DriverFlag of Italy MinardiFull Time DriverFlag of Italy MinardiTest/Reserve Driver
Flag of Finland Mika SaloFlag of Switzerland SauberFull Time DriverFlag of Japan ToyotaDevelopment Work

Flag of Brazil Pedro DinizFlag of Switzerland SauberFull Time DriverFlag of France ProstManagement

Flag of Finland Kimi RäikkönenFlag of the United Kingdom ManorFormula Renault DriverFlag of Switzerland SauberFull Time Driver

Flag of the United Kingdom Johnny HerbertFlag of the United Kingdom JaguarFull Time DriverFlag of the United Kingdom ArrowsTest/Reserve Driver

Flag of Brazil Luciano BurtiFlag of the United Kingdom JaguarTest/Reserve DriverFlag of the United Kingdom JaguarFull Time DriverFlag of France ProstFull Time Driver
Flag of Spain Pedro de la RosaFlag of the United Kingdom ArrowsFull Time DriverFlag of France ProstTest/Reserve DriverFlag of the United Kingdom JaguarFull Time Driver
Flag of Brazil Enrique BernoldiFlag of Austria RSM MarkoFormula 3000 DriverFlag of the United Kingdom ArrowsFull Time Driver

Flag of France Jean AlesiFlag of France ProstFull Time DriverFlag of France ProstFull Time DriverFlag of Ireland JordanFull Time Driver
Flag of Germany Heinz-Harald FrentzenFlag of Ireland JordanFull Time DriverFlag of Ireland JordanFull Time DriverFlag of France ProstFull Time Driver
Flag of Malaysia Alex YoongFlag of Malaysia Team MalaysiaFormula Nippon Driver-Formula Nippon DriverFlag of Italy MinardiFull Time Driver
Flag of the Czech Republic Tomáš EngeFlag of the United Kingdom WestFormula 3000 Driver-Formula 3000 DriverFlag of France ProstFull Time Driver
Flag of South Africa Tomas ScheckterFlag of the United Kingdom JaguarTest/Reserve DriverFlag of the United Kingdom JaguarTest/Reserve Driver-Formula Indy Driver

Before the season opener in Australia, the following lineup changes had occurred:

  • Olivier Panis left his test position with McLaren to take up a full time drive with BAR.
  • Ricardo Zonta lost his BAR drive to Panis, and took up the position of test driver with Jordan.
  • Although still on contract to Williams, Jenson Button was "loaned" to Benetton for the 2001 season.
  • Button replaced Alexander Wurz at Benetton. Wurz had fallen out of favour with team boss Flavio Briatore and moved on to become test driver at McLaren.
  • Button's place in the Williams was taken over by Juan Pablo Montoya. (Montoya had been in a relationship with Williams since 1998, and had been "farmed out" to the CART series in 1999, where he took the title in his first attempt, and also a victory in the 2000 Indianapolis 500.)
  • Marc Gené lost his seat at Minardi due to sponsorship problems. (Telefonica had been backing Gené financially and therefore helped fund the struggling Minardi team.) Gené signed a contract to become test driver at Williams where he remained until the end of 2004.
  • Gastón Mazzacane also moved away from Minardi for 2001, and started the season with the Prost team where he took over for the Sauber-bound Nick Heidfeld.
  • Minardi's first signing of the new season was Fernando Alonso, who took over from Marc Gené.
  • Tarso Marques returned to Minardi to fill the second seat there after several seasons racing in America. (Marques had driven for Minardi in 1996 and 1997.)
  • Nick Heidfeld left Prost to join the Sauber team for 2001. He replaced Mika Salo who signed up with the Toyota team to perform development work.
  • Pedro Diniz did not return as a driver for Sauber, but instead purchased 40% of the Prost team and served in a management role there in 2001. (Diniz and Alain Prost had a major falling out during the season. Diniz then sold his share of Prost and returned to South America where he became a motorsport promoter.)
  • Kimi Räikkönen was signed to Sauber for a full drive from near obscurity. He had performed some testing for Sauber in late 2000 after dominating the British Formula Renault series, and so impressed Peter Sauber that he was given the full time drive next to Nick Heidfeld. (There were concerns that Räikkönen was too inexperienced for F1, and his superlicence granting was somewhat controversial during the off season.)
  • Johnny Herbert decided to leave the Jaguar team in an attempt to secure a drive in American Champ Cars. The deal did not work out, and he was forced to sign on with Arrows as a test driver for 2001.
  • Luciano Burti stepped up from test driver to fill Herbert's slot at Jaguar.
  • Pedro de la Rosa lost his drive at Arrows to Enrique Bernoldi and signed on as a reserve drive with Prost.

During the season even more changes occurred:

  • Management at Prost quickly reached the conclusion that Gastón Mazzacane was not right for their team and he was released.
  • Luciano Burti left Jaguar to take over Mazzacane's seat at Prost.
  • Pedro de la Rosa then left his reserve seat at Prost for a full drive at Jaguar.
  • Jean Alesi quit his Prost drive. This left Prost with none of their starting drivers from the season opener.
  • Heinz-Harald Frentzen suffered injuries after a crash and was replaced for the Canadian GP by reserve driver Ricardo Zonta.
  • After returning from his injuries, Frentzen's contract was terminated by Jordan after the British GP. The split was not a happy one, and the matter ended in court before the season's end. Zonta took over Frentzen's drive for the German GP.
  • Frentzen was then signed to Prost to take over from Alesi.
  • Alesi was also signed by Jordan to take over from Frentzen. This meant the Prost and Jordan had simply swapped drivers mid-season.
  • Alex Yoong was granted his FIA super-licence during the 2001 season, and replaced Tarso Marques in the Minardi starting lineup. Marques moved into a reserve/test role for the rest of the season.
  • Luciano Burti suffered serious injuries during a crash in the Belgian GP. He was forced to sit out the rest of the 2001 season and was replaced by Czech driver Tomáš Enge for the remaining races. This left Prost in the incredible position of having five starting drivers during 2001.
  • Tomas Scheckter was sensationally fired from his testing position at Jaguar after being convicted on charges of "kerb crawling"[1]. This left Jaguar with no test drivers for 2001 after Burti's earlier departure.

Team changes

There were no team changes from 2000.

Formula One 2001 race schedule

RndRaceDateLocation
1Flag of Australia Australian Grand PrixMarch 4Melbourne
2Flag of Malaysia Malaysian Grand PrixMarch 18Sepang
3Flag of Brazil Brazilian Grand PrixApril 1Interlagos
4Flag of San Marino San Marino Grand PrixApril 15Imola
5Flag of Spain Spanish Grand PrixApril 29Catalunya
6Flag of Austria Austrian Grand PrixMay 13A1-Ring
7Flag of Monaco Monaco Grand PrixMay 27Monte Carlo
8Flag of Canada Canadian Grand PrixJune 10Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
9Flag of Europe European Grand PrixJune 24Nürburgring
10Flag of France French Grand PrixJuly 1Magny-Cours
11Flag of the United Kingdom British Grand PrixJuly 15Silverstone
12Flag of Germany German Grand PrixJuly 29Hockenheimring
13Flag of Hungary Hungarian Grand PrixAugust 19Hungaroring
14Flag of Belgium Belgian Grand PrixSeptember 2Spa-Francorchamps
15Flag of Italy Italian Grand PrixSeptember 16Monza
16Flag of the United States United States Grand PrixSeptember 30Indianapolis
17Flag of Japan Japanese Grand PrixOctober 14Suzuka

Results and standings

Grands Prix

Rd.  ↓Grand Prix  ↓Pole Position  ↓Fastest Lap  ↓Winning Driver  ↓Constructor  ↓Report  ↓
1Flag of Australia Australian Grand PrixFlag of Germany Michael SchumacherFlag of Germany Michael SchumacherFlag of Germany Michael SchumacherFlag of Italy FerrariReport
2Flag of Malaysia Malaysian Grand PrixFlag of Germany Michael SchumacherFlag of Finland Mika HäkkinenFlag of Germany Michael SchumacherFlag of Italy FerrariReport
3Flag of Brazil Brazilian Grand PrixFlag of Germany Michael SchumacherFlag of Germany Ralf SchumacherFlag of the United Kingdom David CoulthardFlag of the United Kingdom McLaren-MercedesReport
4Flag of San Marino San Marino Grand PrixFlag of the United Kingdom David CoulthardFlag of Germany Ralf SchumacherFlag of Germany Ralf SchumacherFlag of the United Kingdom Williams-BMWReport
5Flag of Spain Spanish Grand PrixFlag of Germany Michael SchumacherFlag of Germany Michael SchumacherFlag of Germany Michael SchumacherFlag of Italy FerrariReport
6Flag of Austria Austrian Grand PrixFlag of Germany Michael SchumacherFlag of the United Kingdom David CoulthardFlag of the United Kingdom David CoulthardFlag of the United Kingdom McLaren-MercedesReport
7Flag of Monaco Monaco Grand PrixFlag of the United Kingdom David CoulthardFlag of the United Kingdom David CoulthardFlag of Germany Michael SchumacherFlag of Italy FerrariReport
8Flag of Canada Canadian Grand PrixFlag of Germany Michael SchumacherFlag of Germany Ralf SchumacherFlag of Germany Ralf SchumacherFlag of the United Kingdom Williams-BMWReport
9Flag of Europe European Grand PrixFlag of Germany Michael SchumacherFlag of Colombia Juan Pablo MontoyaFlag of Germany Michael SchumacherFlag of Italy FerrariReport
10Flag of France French Grand PrixFlag of Germany Ralf SchumacherFlag of the United Kingdom David CoulthardFlag of Germany Michael SchumacherFlag of Italy FerrariReport
11Flag of the United Kingdom British Grand PrixFlag of Germany Michael SchumacherFlag of Finland Mika HäkkinenFlag of Finland Mika HäkkinenFlag of the United Kingdom McLaren-MercedesReport
12Flag of Germany German Grand PrixFlag of Colombia Juan Pablo MontoyaFlag of Colombia Juan Pablo MontoyaFlag of Germany Ralf SchumacherFlag of the United Kingdom Williams-BMWReport
13Flag of Hungary Hungarian Grand PrixFlag of Germany Michael SchumacherFlag of Finland Mika HäkkinenFlag of Germany Michael SchumacherFlag of Italy FerrariReport
14Flag of Belgium Belgian Grand PrixFlag of Colombia Juan Pablo MontoyaFlag of Germany Michael SchumacherFlag of Germany Michael SchumacherFlag of Italy FerrariReport
15Flag of Italy Italian Grand PrixFlag of Colombia Juan Pablo MontoyaFlag of Germany Ralf SchumacherFlag of Colombia Juan Pablo MontoyaFlag of the United Kingdom Williams-BMWReport
16Flag of the United States United States Grand PrixFlag of Germany Michael SchumacherFlag of Colombia Juan Pablo MontoyaFlag of Finland Mika HäkkinenFlag of the United Kingdom McLaren-MercedesReport
17Flag of Japan Japanese Grand PrixFlag of Germany Michael SchumacherFlag of Germany Ralf SchumacherFlag of Germany Michael SchumacherFlag of Italy FerrariReport

Drivers

Points towards the 2001 FIA Formula One World Championship for Drivers were awarded on a 10-6-4-3-2-1 basis to the top six finishers at each event.

PosDriverAUS
Flag of Australia
MAL
Flag of Malaysia
BRA
Flag of Brazil
SMR
Flag of San Marino
ESP
Flag of Spain
AUT
Flag of Austria
MON
Flag of Monaco
CAN
Flag of Canada
EUR
Flag of Europe
FRA
Flag of France
GBR
Flag of the United Kingdom
GER
Flag of Germany
HUN
Flag of Hungary
BEL
Flag of Belgium
ITA
Flag of Italy
USA
Flag of the United States
JPN
Flag of Japan
Points
1Flag of Germany Michael Schumacher112Ret1212112Ret11421123
2Flag of the United Kingdom David Coulthard2312515Ret34RetRet32Ret3365
3Flag of Brazil Rubens Barrichello32Ret3Ret32Ret533225215556
4Flag of Germany Ralf SchumacherRet5Ret1RetRetRet142Ret1473Ret649
5Flag of Finland Mika HäkkinenRet6Ret49RetRet36DNS1Ret54Ret1437
6Flag of Colombia Juan Pablo MontoyaRetRetRetRet2RetRetRet2Ret4Ret8Ret1Ret231
7Flag of Canada Jacques VilleneuveRetRet7Ret384Ret9Ret83986Ret1012
8Flag of Germany Nick Heidfeld4Ret3769RetRetRet66Ret6Ret116912
9Flag of Italy Jarno TrulliRet8554DSQRet11Ret5RetRetRetRetRet4812
10Flag of Finland Kimi Räikkönen6RetRetRet841041075Ret7Ret7RetRet9
11Flag of Italy Giancarlo Fisichella13Ret6Ret14RetRetRet1111134Ret3108Ret8
12Flag of the United Kingdom Eddie Irvine10RetRetRetRet73Ret7Ret9RetRetRetRet5Ret6
13Flag of Germany Heinz-Harald Frentzen54116RetRetRet
Ret87
Ret9Ret10126
14Flag of France Olivier Panis7Ret4875RetRetRet9Ret7Ret11911135
15Flag of France Jean Alesi9979101065151211610687Ret5
16Flag of Spain Pedro de la Rosa



RetRetRet681412Ret11Ret512Ret3
17Flag of the United Kingdom Jenson Button1411101215Ret7Ret1316155RetRetRet972
18Flag of the Netherlands Jos Verstappen117RetRet126810Ret131091210RetRet141
19Flag of Brazil Ricardo Zonta






7


Ret




0
20Flag of Brazil Luciano Burti810Ret111111Ret81210RetRetRetRet


0
21Flag of Brazil Enrique BernoldiRetRetRet10RetRet9RetRetRet148Ret12Ret13150
22Flag of Brazil Tarso MarquesRet149Ret16RetRet9Ret15DNQRetRet13


0
23Flag of Spain Fernando Alonso1213RetRet13RetRetRet14171610RetRet13Ret110
24Flag of the Czech Republic Tomáš Enge













1214Ret0
25Flag of Argentina Gastón MazzacaneRet12RetRet












0
26Flag of Malaysia Alex Yoong













RetRet160
PosDriverAUS
Flag of Australia
MAL
Flag of Malaysia
BRA
Flag of Brazil
SMR
Flag of San Marino
ESP
Flag of Spain
AUT
Flag of Austria
MON
Flag of Monaco
CAN
Flag of Canada
EUR
Flag of Europe
FRA
Flag of France
GBR
Flag of the United Kingdom
GER
Flag of Germany
HUN
Flag of Hungary
BEL
Flag of Belgium
ITA
Flag of Italy
USA
Flag of the United States
JPN
Flag of Japan
Points
ColourResult
GoldWinner
Silver2nd place
Bronze3rd place
GreenPoints finish
BlueNon-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
PurpleDid not finish (Ret)
RedDid not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
BlackDisqualified (DSQ)
WhiteDid not start (DNS)
Race cancelled (C)
Light bluePracticed only (PO)
Friday test driver (TD)
(from 2003 onwards)
BlankDid not practice (DNP)
Excluded (EX)
Did not arrive (DNA)
Withdrew entry before the event (WD)

Constructors

Points towards the 2001 FIA Formula One World Championship for Constructors were awarded on a 10-6-4-3-2-1 basis to the top six finishers at each event.

PosConstructorChassisEngineTyrePointsWinsPodiumsPoles
1Flag of Italy FerrariF2001Ferrari 050 V10B17992411
2Flag of the United Kingdom McLaren-MercedesMP4-16Mercedes Benz FO110K V10B1024132
3Flag of the United Kingdom Williams-BMWFW23BMW P80 V10M80494
4Flag of Switzerland Sauber-PetronasC20Petronas 01A V10B21
1
5Flag of Ireland Jordan-HondaEJ11Honda RA001E V10B19


6Flag of the United Kingdom BAR-Honda003Honda RA001E V10B17
2
7Flag of Italy Benetton-RenaultB201Renault RS21 V10M10
1
8Flag of the United Kingdom Jaguar-CosworthR2Ford Cosworth CR-3 V10M9
1
9Flag of France Prost-AcerAP04Acer V10M4


10Flag of the United Kingdom Arrows-AsiatechA22Asiatech 001 V10B1


11Flag of Italy Minardi-EuropeanPS01
PS01B
European V10M



Qualifying results

Car
No
DriverAUS
Flag of Australia
MAL
Flag of Malaysia
BRA
Flag of Brazil
SAN
Flag of San Marino
ESP
Flag of Spain
AUT
Flag of Austria
MON
Flag of Monaco
CAN
Flag of Canada
EUR
Flag of Europe
FRA
Flag of France
GBR
Flag of the United Kingdom
GER
Flag of Germany
HUN
Flag of Hungary
BEL
Flag of Belgium
ITA
Flag of Italy
USA
Flag of the United States
JPN
Flag of Japan
1Flag of Germany Michael Schumacher11141121121413311
2Flag of Brazil Rubens Barrichello22664445486635254
3Flag of Finland Mika Häkkinen34322838642367745
4Flag of the United Kingdom David Coulthard68513713533529677
5Flag of Germany Ralf Schumacher532353522110242423
6Flag of Colombia Juan Pablo Montoya11647122710368181132
7Flag of Italy Giancarlo Fisichella17161819191910181516191715814126
8Flag of the United Kingdom Jenson Button161720212121172020171818171511109
9Flag of France Olivier Panis9101181110126131111131111171317
10Flag of Canada Jacques Villeneuve8712117129911101212106151814
11/22Flag of Germany Heinz-Harald Frentzen498981113INJ875
164121515
11Flag of Brazil Ricardo Zonta






12


15




11/12Flag of Italy Jarno Trulli7575658475410516588
12/22Flag of France Jean Alesi141315141520111614191414121316911
14Flag of the Netherlands Jos Verstappen1518171717161913191817202119192021
15Flag of Brazil Enrique Bernoldi1822161616152017182020192021181920
16Flag of Germany Nick Heidfeld10119121061611109977148610
17Flag of Finland Kimi Räikkönen13141010991579137891291112
18Flag of the United Kingdom Eddie Irvine121213131313615121215111417131413
19/23Flag of Brazil Luciano Burti2115141514172119171516161918INJINJINJ
19Flag of Spain Pedro de la Rosa



2014141416141391310101616
20Flag of Brazil Tarso Marques22202222222222212222DNQ222222


20Flag of Malaysia Alex Yoong













222222
21Flag of Spain Fernando Alonso1921191818181822212121211820211718
23Flag of Argentina Gastón Mazzacane20192120












23Flag of the Czech Republic Tomáš Enge













202119
Car
No
DriverAUS
Flag of Australia
MAL
Flag of Malaysia
BRA
Flag of Brazil
SAN
Flag of San Marino
ESP
Flag of Spain
AUT
Flag of Austria
MON
Flag of Monaco
CAN
Flag of Canada
EUR
Flag of Europe
FRA
Flag of France
GBR
Flag of the United Kingdom
GER
Flag of Germany
HUN
Flag of Hungary
BEL
Flag of Belgium
ITA
Flag of Italy
USA
Flag of the United States
JPN
Flag of Japan


                      
































































































   
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