Who drove for Ferrari in 2001?

Michael Schumacher
Complete Formula One results

Year Entrant Drivers
2001 Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro Michael Schumacher
Rubens Barrichello
2002 Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro
Michael Schumacher

Who won the 2001 San Marino Grand Prix?

Ralf Schumacher
It was the fourth race of the 2001 Formula One season. The 62-lap race was won by Ralf Schumacher driving a Williams-BMW after starting from third position. David Coulthard, who started the Grand Prix from pole position, finished second in a McLaren-Mercedes, while Rubens Barrichello finished third in a Ferrari.

Who has won the most Italian Grand Prix?

Italian Grand Prix

Race information
First held 1921
Most wins (drivers) Michael Schumacher (5) Lewis Hamilton (5)
Most wins (constructors) Ferrari (20)
Circuit length 5.793 km (3.600 miles)

Who won the 2003 F1 championship?

Michael Schumacher won the World Championship once more but this was a far more competitive season than before. Eight drivers from five different teams won races and new McLaren superstar Kimi Raikkonen challenged for the title race until the final weekend.

Who replaced Schumacher at Ferrari?

2005: A glimmer of hope. Fernando Alonso and Renault finally put a halt to the Ferrari train. Raikkonen and Alonso battled it out for the World Championship and Schumacher had only one victory…and that was in a race with only six cars competing. Schumacher stepped down in 2006 when Alonso took the title again.

How many teams did Michael Schumacher represent?

Michael Schumacher
Teams Jordan, Benetton, Ferrari, Mercedes
Entries 308 (306 starts)
Championships 7 (1994, 1995, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004)
Wins 91

Does Michael Schumacher have a younger brother?

Sebastian Stahl
Michael Schumacher/Brothers

Why is there 2 Italian Grand Prix?

Apart from its inaugural race in 1980, and the post-2020 races, the F1 race at Imola has always been known as the San Marino Grand Prix. For its first race, it was known as the Italian Grand Prix as it replaced Monza. However, F1 returned to the track the following year, so forced the name to change.