Spanish GP Saturday qualifying

Pos Driver Nat Constructor Time Gap To 1st ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Michael Schumacher D Ferrari 1:20.974 2. Mika Hakkinen ...

Spanish GP Saturday qualifying

Pos Driver Nat Constructor Time Gap To 1st ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. Michael Schumacher D Ferrari 1:20.974 2. Mika Hakkinen FIN McLaren-Mercedes 1:21.052 0.078 0.078 3. Rubens Barrichello BR Ferrari 1:21.416 0.364 0.442 4. David Coulthard GB McLaren-Mercedes 1:21.422 0.006 0.448 5. Ralf Schumacher D Williams-BMW 1:21.605 0.183 0.631 6. Jacques Villeneuve CDN BAR-Honda 1:21.963 0.358 0.989 7. Jarno Trulli I Jordan-Honda 1:22.006 0.043 1.032 8. Heinz-Harald Frentzen D Jordan-Honda 1:22.135 0.129 1.161 9. Pedro de la Rosa E Arrows-Supertec 1:22.185 0.050 1.211 10. Eddie Irvine GB Jaguar 1:22.370 0.185 1.396 11. Jenson Button GB Williams-BMW 1:22.385 0.015 1.411 12. Jos Verstappen NL Arrows-Supertec 1:22.421 0.036 1.447 13. Mika Salo FIN Sauber-Petronas 1:22.443 0.022 1.469 14. Giancarlo Fisichella I Benetton-Playlife 1:22.569 0.126 1.595 15. Johnny Herbert GB Jaguar 1:22.781 0.212 1.807 16. Pedro Diniz BR Sauber-Petronas 1:22.841 0.060 1.867 17. Ricardo Zonta BR BAR-Honda 1:22.882 0.041 1.908 18. Jean Alesi F Prost-Peugeot 1:22.894 0.012 1.920 19. Alexander Wurz A Benetton-Playlife 1:23.010 0.116 2.036 20. Nick Heidfeld D Prost-Peugeot 1:23.033 0.023 2.059 21. Marc Gene E Minardi-Ford 1:23.486 0.453 2.512 22. Gaston Mazzacane ARG Minardi-Ford 1:24.257 0.771 3.283

107% of fastest time: 1:26.642

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