|formula 1 standings 2004||1.21||0.6||9152||47|
|formula 1 standings 2014||1.94||1||4835||74|
|formula 1 standings 2002||1.53||0.7||5584||57|
|formula 1 standings 2003||1.06||0.3||8647||53|
|formula 1 standings 2013||0.87||0.1||3576||91|
|formula 1 standings 2015||1.47||0.5||1090||77|
|formula 1 standings 2012||1.54||0.2||4253||100|
|formula 1 standings 2011||1.73||0.8||1118||29|
|formula 1 standings 2010||0.35||0.1||4730||93|
It was the 55th FIA Formula One World Championship, and was contested over eighteen races from 7 March to 24 October 2004. The championship was dominated by Michael Schumacher and Ferrari, with Schumacher winning the Drivers' Championship for the seventh and last time.What new events were added to the 2004 F1 calendar?
The 2004 Formula One calendar featured two new events: the Bahrain Grand Prix and the Chinese Grand Prix, held at two newly built circuits in Sakhir and Shanghai. The season featured the most races outside Europe to that point; eight Grands Prix were held in the Americas, Asia, and Oceania.When did the 2003 F1 World Championship start and end?
The 2003 FIA Formula One World Championship was the 57th season of FIA Formula One motor racing. It began on 9 March 2003 and ended on 12 October after sixteen races. World Championship titles were awarded for both drivers and constructors with Michael Schumacher winning the former and Ferrari awarded the latter.How many times did Michael Schumacher win the 2004 F1 Grand Prix?
Michael Schumacher won twelve of the first thirteen races in 2004. At the Canadian Grand Prix, Timo Glock replaced Giorgio Pantano at Jordan for financial reasons. Ralf Schumacher qualified on pole position, joined by Jenson Button on the front row, with Michael Schumacher only starting from sixth.