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SCHUMACHER STOPS ALONSO TO WIN IN IMOLA

FORMULA ONE

Alonso blocking Schumacher in Imora, it was one of the most ecxiting scene I had watched in F1 2005. History was repeated when San Marino Grand Prix in FIA formula one 2006 season came to about 20 laps.

Michael Schumacher of Ferrari run at the head after the German started from the pole-position, which was the 66th times for him past F1 legend Ailton Sena. Imora, where Sena died due to the crash 12 years ago (I had watched it on TV), at least excited M. Schumacher and me this weekend.

Alonso started from the 5th, catching up Michael within one second after the 1st pit for them. About over twenty laps, I had enjoyed their battle about 10 laps than a years ago. Imora is known as a circuit passing difficultly. Unlike media's anticipation, the Spanish first took the 2nd pit-out, then the red car easily succeeded to keep the top after his second because of the defending champion's car with heavy weight fulling fuel. Furthermore, some laps to end, the French machine took a braking mistake to allow the Italian machine strech the lead more when Michael Schumacher and Ferrari beat Fernando Alonso and Renault to scream the revival all over the world. Stop the Champ. Now F1 2006 cannot be looked aside.

race result:

FIA, formula one 2006, 4th round
San Marino Grand Prix (23 Apr)

1.Michael Schumacher, Germany, Ferrari, 01:31:06:486
2.Fernando Alonso, Spain, Renault, +2.0
3.Juan Pablo Montoya, Colombia, McLaren-Mercedes, +15.8
Imola_1

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