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Nostalgia: Schumacher victorious last time out in Austria

The Styrian hills will be alive with the sound of Formula 1 racing this weekend for the first time in 11 years. The last Austrian Grand Prix, which took place back in 2003, was won by Michael Schumacher. The German qualified on pole position for the sixth round of the season, narrowly beating Kimi Raikkonen by 0.039 seconds. Juan Pablo Montoya was third on the grid, with Nick Heidfeld impressing for Sauber in fourth and Rubens Barrichello six tenths behind his Ferrari team-mate in fifth. The first start was aborted on Sunday due to a problem with Cristiano da Matta’s Toyota. The same issue occurred on the next start, which caused another one to take place. When the race eventually got...
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