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Aus 2002 Australian Grand Prix
Race details
Race 1 of 17 in the 2002 Formula One season
Melbourne
Date 3 March 2002
Official name LXVII Foster's Australian Grand Prix
Location Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit, Melbourne, Australia
Course Temporary street circuit
5.303 km
Distance 58 laps, 307.574 km
Weather Dry
Pole Position
Driver Uk Jimmy Laad Williams-BMW
Time 1:29.896
Fastest lap
Driver Ned Donald Brugman Ferrari
Time 1:31.075
Podium
First Ger Ben Utzer Williams-BMW
Second Ger Tobi Kederer Jordan-Honda
Third Ser Milos Ancevski Sauber-Petronas

The 2002 Australian Grand Prix was a Formula One race held on March 3, 2002 at Melbourne. It was the 1st race of the 2002 Formula One season.

ClassificationEdit

QualifyingEdit

Pos No Driver Constructor Time Gap
1 10 Uk Jimmy Laad Williams-BMW 1:29.896
2 20 Ned Tim Engberink Renault 1:29.897 +0.001
3 9 Ger Ben Utzer Williams-BMW 1:29.908 +0.012
4 17 Ned Donald Brugman Ferrari 1:30.014 +0.118
5 3 Ser Milos Ancevski Sauber-Petronas 1:30.094 +0.198
6 4 Bra Pablo Diehl Sauber-Petronas 1:30.094 +0.198
7 5 Arg Mane Goddard Minardi-Asiatech 1:30.109 +0.213
8 2 Ger Tobi Kederer Jordan-Honda 1:30.133 +0.237
9 6 Fin Tapio Rinneaho Minardi-Asiatech 1:30.155 +0.259
10 8 Aus Aaron Reed Jaguar-Cosworth 1:30.229 +0.333
11 21 Hun Márk Lintner Renault 1:30.234 +0.338
12 24 Ger Xen Foro Toyota 1:30.286 +0.390
13 11 Den Andy Black BAR-Honda 1:30.296 +0.400
14 23 Ina Oorjit Mishra Arrows-Cosworth 1:30.338 +0.442
15 1 Uk Jack Hunsley Jordan-Honda 1:30.370 +0.474
16 22 Por Rui Martins Arrows-Cosworth 1:30.377 +0.481
17 7 Uk Daniel Harvey Jaguar-Cosworth 1:30.383 +0.487
18 25 Aus Josh Noack Toyota 1:30.392 +0.496
19 12 Jap Takuma Ishikawa BAR-Honda 1:30.454 +0.558
20 14 Aus Aidan Keranen McLaren-Mercedes 1:30.547 +0.651
21 16 Ned Lesley Buurlage Ferrari 1:30.549 +0.653
22 15 Gre Manolis Sigoulakis McLaren-Mercedes 1:30.665 +0.769

RaceEdit

Pos No Driver Constructor Laps Time/Retired Grid Points
1 9 Ger Ben Utzer Williams-BMW 58 1:30:00.381 3 10
2 2 Ger Tobi Kederer Jordan-Honda 58 +7.691 8 6
3 3 Ser Milos Ancevski Sauber-Petronas 58 +22.800 5 4
4 6 Fin Tapio Rinneaho Minardi-Asiatech 58 +33.316 9 3
5 17 Ned Donald Brugman Ferrari 58 +33.421 4 2
6 25 Aus Josh Noack Toyota 58 +35.042 18 1
7 24 Ger Xen Foro Toyota 58 +38.338 12
8 23 Ina Oorjit Mishra Arrows-Cosworth 58 +43.712 14
9 5 Arg Mane Goddard Minardi-Asiatech 58 +45.089 7
10 20 Ned Tim Engberink Renault 58 +51.808 2
11 4 Bra Pablo Diehl Sauber-Petronas 58 +1:14.228 6
12 22 Por Rui Martins Arrows-Cosworth 58 +1:15.160 16
13 21 Hun Márk Lintner Renault 58 +1:15.826 11
14 11 Den Andy Black BAR-Honda 58 +1:18.134 13
15 12 Jap Takuma Ishikawa BAR-Honda 58 +1:23.630 19
16 15 Gre Manolis Sigoulakis McLaren-Mercedes 58 +1:24.216 22
17 14 Aus Aidan Keranen McLaren-Mercedes 58 +1:24.833 20
18 8 Aus Aaron Reed Jaguar-Cosworth 57 +1 Lap 10
Ret 7 Uk Daniel Harvey Jaguar-Cosworth 38 Didn't finish 17
Ret 1 Uk Jack Hunsley Jordan-Honda 37 Puncture 15
Ret 10 Uk Jimmy Laad Williams-BMW 29 Engine 1
Ret 16 Ned Lesley Buurlage Ferrari 26 Oil leak 21

Standings after the raceEdit

Drivers' Championship standings
Pos Driver Points
1 Ger Ben Utzer 10
2 Ger Tobi Kederer 6
3 Ser Milos Ancevski 4
4 Fin Tapio Rinneaho 3
5 Ned Donald Brugman 2
Constructors' Championship standings
Pos Constructor Points
1 Uk Williams-BMW 10
2 Ire Jordan-Honda 6
3 Swi Sauber-Petronas 4
4 Ita Minardi-Asiatech 3
5 Ita Ferrari 2
  • Note: Only the top five positions are included for both sets of standings.
Previous race:
2001 Japanese Grand Prix
FIA Formula One World Championship
2002 season
Next race:
2002 Malaysian Grand Prix
Previous race:
2001 Australian Grand Prix
Australian Grand Prix Next race:
2003 Australian Grand Prix

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