2004 F1 GRAND PRIX FULL RACE SEASON ON DVD

 

THE ENTIRE 2004 F1 FORMULA ONE GRAND PRIX SEASON
18 FULL RACES ON DVD

2004 F1 WORLD CHAMPION

MICHAEL SCHUMACHER - FERRARI

THE ENTIRE 2004 F1 FORMULA ONE GRAND PRIX SEASON ON DVD

ALL FULL RACES !!

ALL 18 RACES ARE LIVE (NEARLY 35 HOURS) 18 DVD BOXSET

Name

Date

Country

Circuit

 

Foster's Australian Grand Prix

March 7th 2004

Australia

Albert Park Grand Prix Circuit

 

Petronas Malaysian Grand Prix

March 21st 2004

Malaysia

Sepang International Circuit

 

Gulf Air Bahrein Grand Prix

April 4th 2004

Bahrain

Bahrain International Racing Circuit

 

24o Gran Premio Warsteiner di San Marino

April 25th 2004

San Marino

Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari

 

Gran Premio Marlboro de Espana

May 9th 2004

Spain

Circuit de Catalunya

 

62e Grand Prix de Monaco

May 23rd 2004

Monaco

Circuit de Monaco

 

Warsteiner Grand Prix of Europe

May 30th 2004

Germany

Nurburgring

 

Grand Prix Air Canada

June 13th 2004

Canada

Circuit Gilles Villeneuve

 

SAP United States Grand Prix

June 20th 2004

USA

Indianapolis Motor Speedway

 

Mobil 1 Grand Prix de France

July 4th 2004

France

Circuit de Nevers-Magny Cours

 

Foster's British Grand Prix

July 11th 2004

Great-Britain

Silverstone Circuits Ltd.

 

Grosser Mobil 1 Preis von Deutschland

July 25th 2004

Germany

Hockenheimring

 

Marlboro Magyar Nagydij

August 15th 2004

Hungary

Hungaroring

 

Foster's Belgian Grand Prix

August 29th 2004

Belgium

Circuit National de Francorchamps

 

76o Gran Premio Vodaphone d'Italia

September 12th 2004

Italy

Autodromo Nazionale di Monza

 

Chinese Grand Prix

September 26th 2004

China

Shanghai International Circuit

 

Fuji Television Japanese Grand Prix

October 10th 2004

Japan

Suzuka International Racing Course

 

33o Grande Premio Marlboro do Brasil

October 24th 2004

Brazil

Autodromo Jose Carlos Pac

A1 QUALITY PICTURES AND SOUND

COMMENTARY AND VISION IS JAMES ALENN / MARTIN BRUNDLE

THE RACES ARE AS FOLLOWS:

AUSTRALIA - FULL RACE COVERAGE

MALAYSIA - FULL RACE COVERAGE

BAHRAIN - FULL RACE COVERAGE

SAN MARINO - FULL RACE COVERAGE

SPAIN - FULL RACE COVERAGE

MONACO - FULL COVERAGE

EUROPE - FULL RACE COVERAGE

CANADA - FULL RCE COVERAGE

UNITED STATES - FULL RACE COVERAGE

FRANCE - FULL RACE COVERAGE

GREAT BRITAIN - FULL RACE COVERAGE

GERMANY - FULL RACE COVERAGE

HUNGARY - FULL RACE COVERAGE

BELGIUM- FULL RACE COVERAGE

ITALY - FULL RACE COVERAGE

CHINA - FULL RACE COVERAGE

JAPAN-FULL RACE COVERAGE

BRAZIL-FULL RACE COVERAGE

Season review

The season started in Australia at Albert Park and Michael Schumacher led a Ferrari 1–2. He followed that up with another victory at Sepang and led another Ferrari 1–2 at Bahrain. Jenson Button scored his maiden pole in San Marino but Michael Schumacher beat him to the line. Thereafter Schumacher dominated the Spanish Grand Prix by taking a Grand Chelem (Fastest lap, pole, lead from start to finish and a win). In Monaco Jarno Trulli  won from pole after surviving intense pressure from Jenson Button in a race that saw Michael Schumacher crash out. Schumacher won the European GP at the Nurburgring and won the Canadian GP in a strategic battle. The US GP was a dramatic race with a high attrition rate that saw only 8 cars cross the finish line in a race dominated by accidents and saw Ralf Schumacher make a massive accident. That race was also won by Michael Schumacher. In France Schumacher beat Fernando Alonso in a strategic move. In Britain he overpowered polesitter, Kimi Räikkönen, to take his 10th win of the season. In Germany he won after his main opponent, Kimi Räikkönen, suffered a rear wing failure after setting faster laps than Schumacher. Schumacher led another Ferrari 1–2 in Hungary to secure Ferrari the constructors trophy. The Belgian GP was also dominated by accidents and safety car periods and Kimi Räikkönen eventually won the race from a low 10th place on the grid. Michael Schumacher finished second and thus secured himself the world title. In a rain affected Italian GP Barrichello led a Ferrari 1–2 in front of the loyal tifosi. The Chinese GP was also won by Barrichello with Button and Räikkönen finishing within 2 seconds of him while Michael Schumacher could only manage a 12th place after starting from the pitlane. The Japanese GP weekend was somewhat spoiled by a Typhoon that caused widespread damage to parts of Japan and which saw the postponement of qualifying to the morning of race day. Michael Schumacher took his 13th race win in a dry race that saw the rain hold off. The Brazilian GP was won by Juan Pablo Montoya on his last outing for the Williams team scoring their last victory to date. In the end Schumacher was on top with 148 points followed by Barrichello on 114 points and Ferrari on top in the Constructors' Championship with 262 points.

   
 
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