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Background imageImages Dated 25th July 2004: 2004 German GP

2004 German GP
HOCKENHEIMRING, GERMANY - JULY 25: Rubens Barrichello, Ferrari F2004, missing a front wing, leads Nick Heidfeld, Jordan EJ14 Ford, and Zsolt Baumgartner

Background imageImages Dated 25th July 2004: 2004 British Touring Car Championship. Rounds 16,17&18 at Croft

2004 British Touring Car Championship. Rounds 16,17&18 at Croft. All images copyright Malcolm Griffiths/LAT
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Background imageImages Dated 25th July 2004: Formula 1 2004: German GP

Formula 1 2004: German GP
HOCKENHEIMRING, GERMANY - JULY 25: Jenson Button, 2nd position, celebrates on the podium during the German GP at Hockenheimring on Sunday July 25, 2004 in Hockenheim, Germany. (Photo by LAT Images)

Background imageImages Dated 25th July 2004: 2004 German Grand Prix - Sunday Race, 2004 German Grand Prix Hockenheim, Germany

2004 German Grand Prix - Sunday Race, 2004 German Grand Prix Hockenheim, Germany. 25th July 2004 World Copyright: Steve Etherington/LAT Photographic ref: Digital Image Only

Background imageImages Dated 25th July 2004: 2004 German GP

2004 German GP
HOCKENHEIMRING, GERMANY - JULY 25: Michael Schumacher, Ferrari F2004 during the German GP at Hockenheimring on July 25, 2004 in Hockenheimring, Germany. (Photo by Rainer Schlegelmilch)

Background imageImages Dated 25th July 2004: 2004 German GP

2004 German GP
HOCKENHEIMRING, GERMANY - JULY 25: Ferrari fans take over the grid during the German GP at Hockenheimring on July 25, 2004 in Hockenheimring, Germany. (Photo by Rainer Schlegelmilch)

Background imageImages Dated 25th July 2004: 2004 German Grand Prix-Sunday Race, Hockenheim, Germany. 25th July 2004

2004 German Grand Prix-Sunday Race, Hockenheim, Germany. 25th July 2004. Michael Schumacher, Ferrari F2004, Jenson Button, BAR Honda 006 and Fernando Alonso, Renault R24 on the podium

Background imageImages Dated 25th July 2004: 2004 German Grand Prix-Sunday Race, Hockenheim, Germany. 25th July 2004. David Coulthard

2004 German Grand Prix-Sunday Race, Hockenheim, Germany. 25th July 2004. David Coulthard, McLaren Mercedes MP4/19 on the grid. World Copyright LAT Photographic/Charles Coates

Background imageImages Dated 25th July 2004: 2004 German Grand Prix - Sunday Race, 2004 German Grand Prix Hockenheim, Germany

2004 German Grand Prix - Sunday Race, 2004 German Grand Prix Hockenheim, Germany. 25th July 2004 World Copyright: Steve Etherington/LAT Photographic ref: Digital Image Only

Background imageImages Dated 25th July 2004: 2004 German GP

2004 German GP
HOCKENHEIMRING, GERMANY - JULY 25: Juan Pablo Montoya, Williams FW26 BMW pulls into parc ferme ahead of Olivier Panis, Toyota TF104B during the German GP at Hockenheimring on July 25

Background imageImages Dated 25th July 2004: 2004 German Grand Prix-Sunday Race, Hockenheim, Germany. 25th July 2004. Race action

2004 German Grand Prix-Sunday Race, Hockenheim, Germany. 25th July 2004. Race action. World Copyright LAT Photographic/Peter Spinney. Digital Image only (a high res version is available on request)

Background imageImages Dated 25th July 2004: Indy Racing League

Indy Racing League
Vitor Meira watches the times during qualifying for the Menards AJ Foyt Indy 225, The Milwaukee Mile, Milwaukee, WI, 25, July, 2004. 04irl09

Background imageImages Dated 25th July 2004: 2004 German GP

2004 German GP
HOCKENHEIMRING, GERMANY - JULY 25: Juan Pablo Montoya, Williams FW26 BMW, with a Ferrari F2004 front wing stuck under the car during the German GP at Hockenheimring on July 25

Background imageImages Dated 25th July 2004: 2004 German GP

2004 German GP
HOCKENHEIMRING, GERMANY - JULY 25: Michael Schumacher, Ferrari F2004 leads Fernando Alonso, Renault R24 and Kimi Raikkonen

Background imageImages Dated 25th July 2004: 2004 German GP

2004 German GP
HOCKENHEIMRING, GERMANY - JULY 25: Winner Michael Schumacher celebrates on the podium with Jenson Button, 2nd position, Fernando Alonso

Background imageImages Dated 25th July 2004: 2004 Rounds 16, 17 and 18 Croft

2004 Rounds 16, 17 and 18 Croft
SURREY, UNITED KINGDOM - JULY 25: Anthony Reid, West Surrey Racing, MG ZS during the Rounds 16, 17 and 18 Croft at Surrey on July 25, 2004 in Surrey, United Kingdom

Background imageImages Dated 25th July 2004: 2004 Rounds 16, 17 and 18 Croft

2004 Rounds 16, 17 and 18 Croft
SURREY, UNITED KINGDOM - JULY 25: Colin Turkington, West Surrey Racing, MG ZS, battles with Matt Neal, Computeach Racing with Halfords, Honda Civic Type-R during the Rounds 16

Background imageImages Dated 25th July 2004: 2004 British Touring Car Championship. Rounds 16, 17&18 at Croft

2004 British Touring Car Championship. Rounds 16, 17&18 at Croft. All images copyright Malcolm Griffiths/LAT
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Background imageImages Dated 25th July 2004: Australian V8 Supercars

Australian V8 Supercars
Nick Fry(GBR) Prodrive director faces the Aussie media. Australian V8 Supercars, Winton Racing Victoria, Rd.7, Winton, Australia. DIGITAL IMAGE

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Holden V8 Supercar driver Cameron McConville (AUS) Valvoline Commodore won his first V8 Supercar round when he passed Rick Kelly on the second last corner to take victory in round 7

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Holden V8 Supercar driver Cameron McConville (AUS) Valvoline Commodore won his first V8 Supercar round when he passed Rick Kelly on the second last corner to take victory in round 7 Australian V8

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Holden V8 Supercar driver Cameron McConville (AUS) Valvoline Commodore won his first V8 Supercar round when he passed Rick Kelly on the second last corner to take victory in round 7

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The Barter Card Girls photograph Holden V8 Supercar driver Cameron McConville (AUS) Valvoline Commodore won his first V8 Supercar round when he passed Rick Kelly on the second last corner to take

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Jason Bright (AUS) PWR Commodore now leads the Championship after a hard fought 3rd in round 7. Australian V8 Supercars, Winton Racing Victoria, Rd.7, Winton, Australia. DIGITAL IMAGE

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Some damage to Marcos Ambrose's Pirtek Ford in round 7. Australian V8 Supercars, Winton Racing Victoria, Rd.7, Winton, Australia. DIGITAL IMAGE

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Rain was the order of the weekendHolden V8 Supercar driver Cameron McConville (AUS) Valvoline Commodore won his first V8 Supercar round when he passed Rick Kelly on the second last corner to take

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Craig Baird (NZL) Team Kiwi scored a sensational pole inthe top 10 shootout in round 7. Australian V8 Supercars, Winton Racing Victoria, Rd.7, Winton, Australia. DIGITAL IMAGE

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Holden V8 Supercar driver Cameron McConville (AUS) Valvoline Commodore won his first V8 Supercar round when he passed Rick Kelly on the second last corner to take victory in round 7

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Jason Bright's mascot takes it to Marcos Ambrose's Mascot before the start of the race in round 7 Australian V8 Supercars, Winton Racing Victoria, Rd.7, Winton, Australia. DIGITAL IMAGE

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Marcos Ambrose (AUS) Pirtek Ford was takenout by John Bowe (AUS) Ozemail Ford in round 7. Australian V8 Supercars, Winton Racing Victoria, Rd.7, Winton, Australia. DIGITAL IMAGE

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Glenn Seton (AUS) in the FPR Ford returned to some much needed form for the embattled Prodrive outfit in round 7. Australian V8 Supercars, Winton Racing Victoria, Rd.7, Winton, Australia

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Mark Skaife(AUS) HRT Holden Commodore had another troubled round to add to his year of misfortune. Australian V8 Supercars, Winton Racing Victoria, Rd.7, Winton, Australia. DIGITAL IMAGE

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Craig Baird (NZL) Team Kiwi scored a sensational pole inthe top 10 shootout in round 7. Australian V8 Supercars, Winton Racing Victoria, Rd.7, Winton, Australia. DIGITAL IMAGE

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Holden V8 Supercar driver Cameron McConville (AUS) Valvoline Commodore won his first V8 Supercar round when he passed Rick Kelly on the second last corner to take victory in round 7

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Jason Bright (AUS) PWR Commodore now leads teh Championship by 25 points from 4th placed Marcos Ambrose after round 7. Australian V8 Supercars, Winton Racing Victoria, Rd.7, Winton, Australia

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Russell Ingall (AUS) Havoline Falcon was in contention for a victory in round 7. Australian V8 Supercars, Winton Racing Victoria, Rd.7, Winton, Australia. DIGITAL IMAGE

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A Stranded Marcos Ambrose (AUS) watches team mate Russell Ingall stream past after being spun by John Bowe in round 7. Australian V8 Supercars, Winton Racing Victoria, Rd.7, Winton, Australia

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Rick Kelly (AUS) KMart Commodore finished 2nd in round 7. Australian V8 Supercars, Winton Racing Victoria, Rd.7, Winton, Australia. DIGITAL IMAGE

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Holden V8 Supercar driver Cameron McConville (AUS) Valvoline Commodore won his first V8 Supercar round when he passed Rick Kelly on the second last corner to take victory in round 7

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Russell Ingall leads eventual race winner Cameron McConville in round 7. Australian V8 Supercars, Winton Racing Victoria, Rd.7, Winton, Australia. DIGITAL IMAGE

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Garth Tander (AUS) Valvoline Commodore leads Pole sitter Craig Baird (NZL) into turn 1 at the start in round 7. Australian V8 Supercars, Winton Racing Victoria, Rd.7, Winton, Australia. DIGITAL IMAGE

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Craig Baird (NZL) Team Kiwi scored a sensational pole inthe top 10 shootout in round 7. Australian V8 Supercars, Winton Racing Victoria, Rd.7, Winton, Australia. DIGITAL IMAGE

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Marcos Ambrose's mascot gets a reefing from new series leader Jason Bright in round 7. Australian V8 Supercars, Winton Racing Victoria, Rd.7, Winton, Australia. DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 25th July 2004: 2004 German GP

2004 German GP
HOCKENHEIMRING, GERMANY - JULY 25: Michael Schumacher, Ferrari F2004 leads Juan Pablo Montoya, Williams FW26 BMW at the start during the German GP at Hockenheimring on July 25

Background imageImages Dated 25th July 2004: Formula 1 2004: German GP

Formula 1 2004: German GP
HOCKENHEIMRING, GERMANY - JULY 25: Rubens Barrichello with Jean Todt during the German GP at Hockenheimring on Sunday July 25, 2004 in Hockenheim, Germany. (Photo by Lorenzo Bellanca / LAT Images)

Background imageImages Dated 25th July 2004: 2004 German GP

2004 German GP
HOCKENHEIMRING, GERMANY - JULY 25: Kimi Raikkonen, McLaren MP4-19B Mercedes during the German GP at Hockenheimring on July 25, 2004 in Hockenheimring, Germany. (Photo by Rainer Schlegelmilch)

Background imageImages Dated 25th July 2004: 2004 Vancouver Toyota Atlantic Series

2004 Vancouver Toyota Atlantic Series
23-25 July, 2004, Vancouver, BC, Canada Alex Figge ©2004, Brad Bernstein, USA LAT Photographic

Background imageImages Dated 25th July 2004: 2004 Vancouver Toyota Atlantic

2004 Vancouver Toyota Atlantic
23-25 July, 2004, Vancouver, Canada Chaos ensues as Ronnie Bremer, Andrew Ranger, Chris Festa and Alex Figge tangle in Turn 1 at the start of the race ©2004, Lesley Ann Miller



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