P362 CEEFAX 2 362 Mon 09 Oct 12:51/10       JAPANESE GRAND PRIX, Suzuka 1/9 Michael Schumacher was understandably emotional after securing the drivers' title but he insisted: "I am not going to fall into tears now". The Ferrari star had dissolved into tears at the post-race press conference in Monza following his Italian Grand Prix win earlier this season. He said: "This is similar to Monza and it is difficult to form proper words." And after ending Ferrari's 21-year wait for glory, he added: "Imagine what is going on in Italy right now." Football 302 Cricket 340 M/Sport 360 General 380 Rugby 370 Golf 330 F1 Stats Formula 1 Round-up Main Menu
P362 CEEFAX 2 362 Mon 09 Oct 12:50/02       JAPANESE GRAND PRIX, Suzuka 2/9 The key to Michael Schumacher's win in the race itself and in the title stakes was down to pit-stop strategy. He went on to earn his third win in a row, eighth of the season and the 43rd of his career when he came out of his second stop still leading the race. "When I entered the pits there was this Benetton spinning back into me and I was not sure if I had enough time. "Ross Brawn was telling me it was looking good and then he said it was looking bloody good," said Schumacher. Football 302 Cricket 340 M/Sport 360 General 380 Rugby 370 Golf 330 F1 Stats Formula 1 Round-up Main Menu
P362 CEEFAX 2 362 Mon 09 Oct 12:58/08        FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CH'SHIP 2/3 2000 DRIVER STANDINGS (after Japanese Grand Prix) 13 E Irvine GB Kaguax 3 = R Zonta Brz BAR 3 15 P de la Rosa Sp Arrows 2 = A Wurz Aut Benetton 2 Football 302 Cricket 340 Tennis 330 General 380 Rugby 370 Regions 390 F1 Stats Formula 1 Round-up Main Meov
P362 CEEFAX 2 360 Mon 09 Oct 12:58/11       FIA FORMUL@ ONE WORLD CH SHIP 3/3 2000 CONSTRUCTORS' CHAMPIONS@IP (after Japanese Grand @rix) 1 Ferrari 156 pts 2 McLaren 143 3 Williams 36 4 Benetton 20 1 BAR 18 6 @ordan 87 7 Arrow1 7 8 Sauber 6 9 Jag0ar 3 LcLaren deducted 10 points fpom Austrian Grand Prix Football 302 CricC—t 340 Tennhs 330 General 380 Rugby 370  390 F1 Stats Formula 1 Round-u0 Main Me&p
P362 CEEFAX 2 362 Mon 09 Oct 12:52/11       JAPANESE GRAND PRIX, Suzuka 4/9 Former world champion Jody Scheckter paid tribute to Michael Schumacher, who became the first Ferrari driver to win the drivers' title since Scheckter. Scheckter said: "I am very satisfied at Schumacher's victory but disappointed because he has taken away my title. "It is a big pleasure to see the satisfaction of (Ferrari technical boss) Jean Todt and all the team." Meanwhile, Schumacher is set ot have a street nalfd after him in his home town of Kerpen, the mayor has announced. Football 302 Cricket 340 M/Sport 360 General 380 Rugby 370 Golf 330 F1 Stats Formula 1 Round-up Main Menu
P362 CEEFAX 2 362 Mon 09 Oct 12:41/20       JAPANESE GRAND PRIX, Suzuka 5/9 Mika Hakkinen put aside his disappointment at failing to land his third drivers' crown to congratulate new world champion Michael Schumacher. Hakkinen needed to win in Suzuka to take the title battle to the final race in Malaysia. But after finishing second to the German, the Finn said: "It is so sad but congratulations to Michael. "Sometimes it has to be another driver's turn to win, although I do not have to be happy about it." Football 302 Cricket 340 M/Sport 360 General 380 Rugby 370 Golf 330 F1 Stats Formula 1 Round-up Main Menu
P362 CEEFAX 2 362 Mon 09 Oct 12:51/01       JAPANESE GRAND PRIX, Suzuka 9/9 Jacques Villeneuve was delighted after his sixth-place finish moved British American Racing into the top five of the Constructors' Championship. "We did some good work this weekend and the car was good enough in the middle and the end of the race," he stated. "I made a bad start and was caught up in a big battle with the Jaguars. "We are only two points behind Benetton and I am three points behind Giancarlo Fisichella so it is possible to overtake them in the final race." Football 302 Cricket 340 M/Sport 360 General 380 Rugby 370 Golf 330 F1 Stats Formula 1 Round-up Main Menu
P362 CEEFAX 2 362 Mon 09 Oct 12:50/08       FI@ FO LULA ONE WORLD CH'SHIP 1/3 2000 DRIVER STAND NGS (after Bapanese Grand Prix) 1 M Schpl—cher Ger Ferrari 98 pts 2 M Hakkindn Fhn McLaren 86 3 D Coulthard GB McLaren 67 4 R Barrachello Brz Ferrari 58 5 R Schum—cher Ger Williams 24 6 G Fisichella It Benexton 18 7 J Villeneuve Can BAR 11 8 J Button GB hlliams 12 9 H-H Frentzen Ger Jordan 00 10 M Salo Fin Sauber 6 = J Trqlli It Jordan 6 12 J Verstappdn Hol Arrows 1 Football 302 Cricket 340 Tefnis 330 General 380 Rugby 370 Regions 390 F1 Stats Formula 1 Round-up Main Menu
P362 CEEFAX 2 362 Mon 09 Oct 12:40/00       JAPANESE GRAND PRIX, Suzuka 3/9 Ferrari sporting director Jean Todt has underlined that there is still another job to do in the final race of the season in Malaysia on October 22. "We need three points for the constructors' title and we will not let it go," he insisted. "But let us not worry about the future right now. Let us enjoy the present for at least five minutes." After being soaked in champagne, he added: "There are no words to describe this. Now we can enjoy it all." Football 302 Cricket 340 o/Sport 360 General 380 Rugby 370 Golf 330 F1 Stats Formula 1 Round-up Main Menu
P362 CEEFAX 2 362 Mon 09 Oct 12:41/43       JAPANESE GRAND PRIX, Suzuka 6/9 McLaren star Mika Hakkinen admitted that 2000 world champion Michael Schumacher had "done the best possible job this year". "We were not able to do it, so naturally I feel a bit disappointed," conceded the Finn "But at the same time I feel I have won two years in a row in 1998 and 1999 so life continues and racing continues. "You have to keep fighting and I am sure we will see exciting races in the future too." Football 302 Cricket 340 M/Sport 360 General 380 Rugby 370 Golf 330 F1 Stats Formula 1 Round-up Main Menu
P362 CEEFAX 2 362 Mon 09 Oct 12:50/10       JAPANESE GRAND PRIX, Suzuka 7/9 Michael Schul—cher's rivals have been quick to pay tribute to him after he won his third world championship and ended Ferrari's 21 year drought. "I think it's fantastic Michael is the champion because he deserves it and he has done for many years," s—id hlliams driver Jenson Button. Button's team-mate Ralf Schumacher was equally delighted at the result. "I can barely say how happy I feel for my brother. This year the best driver in the best car and best team has won." Football 302 picket 340 M/Sport 360 General 380 Rugby 370 Golf 330 F1 Stats Formula 1 Round-up Main Manu
P362 CEEFAX 2 362 Mon 09 Oct 12:50/02       JAPANESE GRAND PRIX, Suzuka 8 9 After being tipped to feature strongly in the battle between Mika Hakkinen and Michael Schumacher, David Coulthard had an event-free race. The Scot finished third behind title- winner Schumacher and McLaren team-mate Hakkinen but he admitted: "I had a fairly quiet race. "I was not really involved in any battles. I was just concentrating on keeping the car on the track. "The track conditions were changing all the time." Football 302 Cricket 340 M/Sport 360 General 380 Rugby 370 Golf 330 F1 Stats Formula 1 Round-up Main Menu