Japan 2002. – Schumacher’s record breaking 19th consecutive podium

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Michael Schumacher won from pole position at Japanese GP 2002. which was his 19th consecutive podium finish.

Schumacher was on the podium in the last two races in 2001. (USA and Japan) and finished all 17 races in 2002. on podium too which is the longest streak of consecutive podium places in F1 history.

During that sequence, Michael won 12 times, finished second six times and only once he was third, at Malaysian GP where he colided with Montoya in first corner and lost his front wing.

It was Michael’s 50th pole position in his brother’s Ralf 100th race. It was 50th race for their compatriot Nick Heidfeld.

Schumacher’s record breaking podium sequence:

RACE START FINISH
USA 2001. 1 2
Japan 2001. 1 1
Australia 2002. 2 1
Malaysia 2002. 1 3
Brazil 2002. 2 1
San Marino 2002. 1 1
Spain 2002. 1 1
Austria 2002. 3 1
Monaco 2002. 3 2
Canada 2002. 2 1
Europe 2002. 3 2
Great Britain 2002. 3 1
France 2002. 2 1
Germany 2002. 1 1
Hungary 2002. 2 2
Belgium 2002. 1 1
Italy 2002. 2 2
USA 2002. 1 2
Japan 2002. 1 1

JAPANESE GP 2002. – FULL RACE


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