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- 2005 Chinese Grand Prix
- Alonso caps season with win in China
October 16, 2005: Fernando Alonso rounded off his championship year by taking victory in China. He did so from pole position and fended off title rival Kimi Raikkonen in a year in which the Michael Schumacher monopoly on the sport had been destroyed.
- 2005 Japanese Grand Prix
- Raikkonen magical at Suzuka
October 9, 2005: Most sentences involving the phrase engine change in 2005 tended to include the name Kimi Raikkonen as well. True to form, the Finn needed another new engine in Japan and started 17th. He won the race with a superb move around the outside of Giancarlo Fisichella on the last lap.
- 2005 Brazilian Grand Prix
- Montoya wins; Alonso takes title in Brazil
September 25, 2005: Third place in Brazil was enough to give Fernando Alonso the title to become the sport's youngest World Champion
- 2005 Belgian Grand Prix
- Raikkonen edges out Alonso at Spa
September 11, 2005: A win in Belgium for Kimi Raikkonen kept his slim championship hopes alive while Fernando Alonso continued to make heavy weather of winning the crown by finishing second. He retained his championship lead but the margin over Raikkonen was reduced.
- 2005 Italian Grand Prix
- Montoya stars at Monza
September 4, 2005: After a recent run of success, speed and reliability, Kimi Raikkonen went to Monza with high hopes. Instead it was Juan Pablo Montoya who won for the second time in 2005, with Raikkonen again suffering an engine change and a grid drop to 11th
- 2005 Turkish Grand Prix
- Raikkonen wins inaugural Turkish Grand Prix
August 21, 2005: Kimi Raikkonen won the inaugural Turkish Grand Prix in Istanbul, but his victory was tarnished by McLaren team-mate Juan Pablo Montoya's surrendering second place to championship leader Fernando Alonso on the penultimate lap
- 2005 Hungarian Grand Prix
- Raikkonen keeps hopes alive in Hungary
July 31, 2005: With Kimi Raikkonen taking victory at the Hungarian Grand Prix and Fernando Alonso finishing out of the points, this race was crucial for Raikkonen's championship hopes
- 2005 Germany Grand Prix
- Alonso benefits from McLaren misfortune
July 24, 2005
- 2005 British Grand Prix
- Montoya off the mark at Silverstone
July 10, 2005: Juan Pablo Montoya took a first win of the season in the British Grand Prix to slow Fernando Alonso's advance towards the title on a weekend when Kimi Raikkonen's McLaren needed another engine change and started form 12th on the grid
- 2005 French Grand Prix
- Alonso proves his class in France
July 3, 2005: After the shameful United States Grand Prix, it was good to see a full grid roar past at the end of lap one. It was headed by Fernando Alonso and his Renault would be ahead when the flag fell on lap 70
- 2005 United States Grand Prix
- Schumacher wins on a black day for F1
June 19, 2005: Michael Schumacher won a farcical United States Grand Prix, with his Ferrari only one of six cars to start the race
- 2005 Canadian Grand Prix
- Raikkonen bounces back in Canada
June 12, 2005: Kimi Raikkonen reversed his World Championship fortunes in Canada by securing victory for McLaren
- 2005 European Grand Prix
- Alonso benefits from Raikkonen crash
May 29, 2005: Had the European Grand Prix been 58 laps of the Nurburgring, Kimi Raikkonen would have been a winner for McLaren. Instead, starting the 59th and last lap, the front suspension failed and Raikkonen was pitched off the road at over 170 mph - handing victory to Fernando Alonso
- 2005 Monaco Grand Prix
- Monaco glory for Raikkonen
May 22, 2005: McLaren's upswing in fortunes continued in Monaco as Kimi Raikkonen took his second win of the season to narrow the gap to championship leader Fernando Alonso.
- 2005 Spanish Grand Prix
- Raikkonen roars to win in Spain
May 8, 2005: Fernando Alonso's dominant season shuddered to a halt at his home Spanish Grand Prix as Kimi Raikkonen blitzed the field in his McLaren-Mercedes.
- 2005 San Marino Grand Prix
- Alonso beats Schumacher at Imola
April 24, 2005: How better to tweak the nose of Ferrari than to beat the Italian team on home soil? That was what Renault and Fernando Alonso managed to achieve by winning the San Marino Grand Prix.
- 2005 Bahrain Grand Prix
- Alonso dominant in Bahrain
April 3, 2005
- Malaysian Grand Prix 2005
- Alonso awesome in Malaysia
March 20, 2005: Renault's second win of 2005 came thanks to a crushing display by Fernando Alonso in Malaysia in a race run in sweltering humidity.
- Australian Grand Prix 2005
- Fisichella storms home in Australia
March 6, 2005: Giancarlo Fisichella's first race for Renault provided the dream start as the Italian claimed his second Grand Prix victory in the opening race of the season in Australia.
- A first for Fernando
January 1, 2005: Summary of the 2005 season
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