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1998 San Marino Grand Prix

Round
4/16
Date
Apr 26, 1998 at 00:00
Location
Imola, Italy
Pos. Driver Constructor Time/Retired Grid Laps Points
1 #7 David Coulthard McLaren 1:34:24.593 1st 62 10
2 #3 Michael Schumacher Ferrari +4.554 3rd 62 6
3 #4 Eddie Irvine Ferrari +51.776 4th 62 4
4 #1 Jacques Villeneuve Williams +54.590 6th 62 3
5 #2 Heinz-Harald Frentzen Williams +1:17.477 8th 62 2
6 #14 Jean Alesi Sauber +1 lap 12th 61 1
7 #10 Ralf Schumacher Jordan +2 laps 9th 60
8 #23 Esteban Tuero Minardi +2 laps 19th 60
9 #17 Mika Salo Arrows +2 laps 14th 60
10 #9 Damon Hill Jordan Hydraulics 7th 57
11 #11 Olivier Panis Prost Engine 13th 56
DNF #20 Ricardo Rosset Tyrrell Engine 22nd 48
DNF #21 Toranosuke Takagi Tyrrell Engine 15th 40
DNF #12 Jarno Trulli Prost Throttle 16th 34
DNF #22 Shinji Nakano Minardi Engine 21st 27
DNF #16 Pedro Diniz Arrows Engine 18th 18
DNF #8 Mika Häkkinen McLaren Gearbox 2nd 17
DNF #5 Giancarlo Fisichella Benetton Spun off 10th 17
DNF #6 Alexander Wurz Benetton Engine 5th 17
DNF #15 Johnny Herbert Sauber Puncture 11th 12
DNF #19 Jan Magnussen Stewart Transmission 20th 8
DNF #18 Rubens Barrichello Stewart Spun off 17th 0
Pos. Driver Constructor Time Gap Laps
1 #7 David Coulthard McLaren 1:28.085 14
2 #17 Mika Salo Arrows 1:29.428 +1.343 13
3 #3 Michael Schumacher Ferrari 1:29.434 +1.349 14
4 #8 Mika Häkkinen McLaren 1:29.525 +1.440 6
5 #5 Giancarlo Fisichella Benetton 1:29.891 +1.806 13
6 #4 Eddie Irvine Ferrari 1:29.996 +1.911 12
7 #6 Alexander Wurz Benetton 1:30.216 +2.131 14
8 #9 Damon Hill Jordan 1:30.275 +2.190 14
9 #1 Jacques Villeneuve Williams 1:30.330 +2.245 12
10 #11 Olivier Panis Prost 1:30.423 +2.338 15
11 #14 Jean Alesi Sauber 1:30.449 +2.364 12
12 #2 Heinz-Harald Frentzen Williams 1:30.492 +2.407 14
13 #12 Jarno Trulli Prost 1:30.628 +2.543 12
14 #15 Johnny Herbert Sauber 1:30.662 +2.577 17
15 #22 Shinji Nakano Minardi 1:30.948 +2.863 14
16 #21 Toranosuke Takagi Tyrrell 1:30.991 +2.906 14
17 #10 Ralf Schumacher Jordan 1:31.321 +3.236 10
18 #23 Esteban Tuero Minardi 1:32.087 +4.002 12
19 #18 Rubens Barrichello Stewart 1:32.092 +4.007 13
20 #16 Pedro Diniz Arrows 1:32.345 +4.260 8
21 #20 Ricardo Rosset Tyrrell 1:33.303 +5.218 7
22 #19 Jan Magnussen Stewart 1:33.956 +5.871 8
Pos. Driver Constructor Time Gap Laps
1 #7 David Coulthard McLaren 1:25.973 11
2 #8 Mika Häkkinen McLaren 1:26.075 +0.102 12
3 #3 Michael Schumacher Ferrari 1:26.437 +0.464 11
4 #4 Eddie Irvine Ferrari 1:27.169 +1.196 12
5 #6 Alexander Wurz Benetton 1:27.273 +1.300 11
6 #1 Jacques Villeneuve Williams 1:27.390 +1.417 12
7 #9 Damon Hill Jordan 1:27.592 +1.619 11
8 #2 Heinz-Harald Frentzen Williams 1:27.645 +1.672 12
9 #10 Ralf Schumacher Jordan 1:27.866 +1.893 11
10 #5 Giancarlo Fisichella Benetton 1:27.937 +1.964 12
11 #15 Johnny Herbert Sauber 1:28.111 +2.138 11
12 #14 Jean Alesi Sauber 1:28.191 +2.218 11
13 #11 Olivier Panis Prost 1:28.270 +2.297 12
14 #17 Mika Salo Arrows 1:28.798 +2.825 11
15 #21 Toranosuke Takagi Tyrrell 1:29.073 +3.100 12
16 #12 Jarno Trulli Prost 1:29.584 +3.611 11
17 #18 Rubens Barrichello Stewart 1:29.641 +3.668 11
18 #16 Pedro Diniz Arrows 1:29.932 +3.959 12
19 #23 Esteban Tuero Minardi 1:30.649 +4.676 12
20 #19 Jan Magnussen Stewart 1:31.017 +5.044 11
21 #22 Shinji Nakano Minardi 1:31.255 +5.282 6
22 #20 Ricardo Rosset Tyrrell 1:31.482 +5.509 12
Pos. Driver Constructor Time Gap Laps
1 #7 David Coulthard McLaren 1:25.627 29
2 #8 Mika Häkkinen McLaren 1:26.431 +0.804 26
3 #3 Michael Schumacher Ferrari 1:27.056 +1.429 25
4 #9 Damon Hill Jordan 1:27.318 +1.691 35
5 #10 Ralf Schumacher Jordan 1:27.421 +1.794 30
6 #5 Giancarlo Fisichella Benetton 1:27.653 +2.026 35
7 #2 Heinz-Harald Frentzen Williams 1:27.694 +2.067 28
8 #4 Eddie Irvine Ferrari 1:27.751 +2.124 26
9 #11 Olivier Panis Prost 1:27.854 +2.227 33
10 #1 Jacques Villeneuve Williams 1:27.876 +2.249 26
11 #14 Jean Alesi Sauber 1:27.931 +2.304 26
12 #6 Alexander Wurz Benetton 1:27.959 +2.332 31
13 #17 Mika Salo Arrows 1:28.130 +2.503 16
14 #15 Johnny Herbert Sauber 1:28.291 +2.664 28
15 #18 Rubens Barrichello Stewart 1:28.712 +3.085 26
16 #21 Toranosuke Takagi Tyrrell 1:29.628 +4.001 22
17 #16 Pedro Diniz Arrows 1:29.954 +4.327 14
18 #19 Jan Magnussen Stewart 1:30.243 +4.616 27
19 #22 Shinji Nakano Minardi 1:30.349 +4.722 34
20 #23 Esteban Tuero Minardi 1:31.182 +5.555 13
21 #20 Ricardo Rosset Tyrrell 1:32.459 +6.832 28
22 #12 Jarno Trulli Prost 1:43.882 +18.255 6
Pos. Driver Constructor Time Gap Laps
1 #8 Mika Häkkinen McLaren 1:27.617 27
2 #7 David Coulthard McLaren 1:27.940 +0.323 20
3 #3 Michael Schumacher Ferrari 1:28.088 +0.471 28
4 #1 Jacques Villeneuve Williams 1:28.644 +1.027 33
5 #10 Ralf Schumacher Jordan 1:28.891 +1.274 25
6 #5 Giancarlo Fisichella Benetton 1:28.963 +1.346 46
7 #4 Eddie Irvine Ferrari 1:29.028 +1.411 35
8 #11 Olivier Panis Prost 1:29.175 +1.558 35
9 #9 Damon Hill Jordan 1:29.246 +1.629 37
10 #2 Heinz-Harald Frentzen Williams 1:29.470 +1.853 26
11 #14 Jean Alesi Sauber 1:29.516 +1.899 30
12 #17 Mika Salo Arrows 1:29.828 +2.211 28
13 #6 Alexander Wurz Benetton 1:29.864 +2.247 37
14 #21 Toranosuke Takagi Tyrrell 1:30.190 +2.573 39
15 #15 Johnny Herbert Sauber 1:30.223 +2.606 33
16 #16 Pedro Diniz Arrows 1:30.795 +3.178 20
17 #12 Jarno Trulli Prost 1:30.804 +3.187 32
18 #18 Rubens Barrichello Stewart 1:30.849 +3.232 22
19 #23 Esteban Tuero Minardi 1:31.954 +4.337 32
20 #22 Shinji Nakano Minardi 1:32.052 +4.435 34
21 #19 Jan Magnussen Stewart 1:32.196 +4.579 17
22 #20 Ricardo Rosset Tyrrell 1:32.554 +4.937 23
Pos. Driver Constructor Time Gap Lap
1 #3 Michael Schumacher Ferrari 1:29.345 46
2 #7 David Coulthard McLaren 1:29.497 +0.152 21
3 #1 Jacques Villeneuve Williams 1:29.726 +0.381 55
4 #8 Mika Häkkinen McLaren 1:30.115 +0.770 15
5 #4 Eddie Irvine Ferrari 1:30.206 +0.861 58
6 #2 Heinz-Harald Frentzen Williams 1:30.283 +0.938 39
7 #14 Jean Alesi Sauber 1:30.391 +1.046 23
8 #11 Olivier Panis Prost 1:30.481 +1.136 53
9 #9 Damon Hill Jordan 1:30.859 +1.514 53
10 #17 Mika Salo Arrows 1:31.267 +1.922 19
11 #6 Alexander Wurz Benetton 1:31.562 +2.217 14
12 #10 Ralf Schumacher Jordan 1:31.837 +2.492 20
13 #5 Giancarlo Fisichella Benetton 1:31.969 +2.624 15
14 #15 Johnny Herbert Sauber 1:32.215 +2.870 9
15 #12 Jarno Trulli Prost 1:32.361 +3.016 9
16 #21 Toranosuke Takagi Tyrrell 1:32.430 +3.085 21
17 #16 Pedro Diniz Arrows 1:32.988 +3.643 11
18 #23 Esteban Tuero Minardi 1:33.443 +4.098 53
19 #22 Shinji Nakano Minardi 1:33.889 +4.544 21
20 #20 Ricardo Rosset Tyrrell 1:34.491 +5.146 9
21 #19 Jan Magnussen Stewart 1:35.069 +5.724 5

Standings

Driver standings
Pos. Driver Constructor Wins Podiums Points Gap
1 Mika Häkkinen McLaren 2 3 26
2 David Coulthard McLaren 1 3 23 -3
3 Michael Schumacher Ferrari 1 3 20 -6
4 Eddie Irvine Ferrari 0 2 11 -15
5 Heinz-Harald Frentzen Williams 0 1 8 -18
6 Alexander Wurz Benetton 0 0 6 -20
7 Jacques Villeneuve Williams 0 0 5 -21
8 Jean Alesi Sauber 0 0 3 -23
9 Johnny Herbert Sauber 0 0 1 -25
10 Giancarlo Fisichella Benetton 0 0 1 -25
Pos. Constructor Engine Wins Podiums Points Gap
1 McLaren Mercedes 3 6 49
2 Ferrari Ferrari 1 5 31 -18
3 Williams Mecachrome 0 1 13 -36
4 Benetton Playlife 0 0 7 -42
5 Sauber Petronas 0 0 4 -45

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1984 #7 Alain Prost René Arnoux Elio de Angelis 1:33.275 - Nelson Piquet Nelson Piquet
1983 #27 Patrick Tambay Alain Prost René Arnoux 1:34.437 - Riccardo Patrese René Arnoux
1982 #28 Didier Pironi Gilles Villeneuve Michele Alboreto 1:35.036 - Didier Pironi René Arnoux
1981 #5 Nelson Piquet Riccardo Patrese Carlos Reutemann 1:48.064 - Gilles Villeneuve Gilles Villeneuve
The 1998 San Marino Grand Prix started Apr 26, 1998 on Autodromo Internazionale Enzo e Dino Ferrari in Imola, Italy. David Coulthard started from pole position with Mika Häkkinen next to him. Michael Schumacher started from third place.

In 1 hour, 34 minutes and 24 seconds David Coulthard finished the race in first place.The podium was completed with Michael Schumacher in second and Eddie Irvine in third place.

After the 1998 San Marino Grand Prix, Mika Häkkinen is first in the Formula 1 World Championship with 26 points. Häkkinen is 3 points ahead of David Coulthard.