2003 McLaren MP4-18 news, pictures, specifications, and information
The West McLaren Mercedes MP4-18 Formula One car will make its testing debut on Wednesday 21 st May 2003 at the Paul Ricard circuit, in the South of France. Third Driver Alexander Wurz will drive the MP4-18 during the course of the three-day test session. The details of the race introduction of the new car will be confirmed at a later date once the car has fulfilled the team's expectations wîth regard to reliability and speed. The Paul Ricard test will also see West McLaren Mercedes drivers David Coulthard and Kimi Raikkonen continue the development of the 17-D together wîth test driver edro de la Rosa.

The MP4-18 incorporates a number of visible differences. These include a shorter and lower nose, a more tightly packaged rear and a slight dorsal fin shaping to the engine cover. In addition the new Mercedes-Benz engine, the FO 110P V10, has een lowered within the car, producing centre of gravity benefits.

The MP4-18's programme at the Paul Ricard test will see the team focusing on systems, aerodynamic and components evaluation. After the first test, the West McLaren Mercedes team will continue the car's development schedule and once the initial programme has been completed, David Coulthard and Kimi Raikkonen ill take over.

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2003 Formula One Season
PosTeamConstructorChassisDriversPoints
Scuderia Ferrari MarlboroFerrariF2003-GA Brazil Rubens Gonçalves 'Rubinho' Barrichello
Germany Michael Schumacher 
158
BMW WilliamsF1 TeamWilliams
FW25 
Spain Marc Gené
Colombia Juan Pablo Montoya
Germany Ralf Schumacher 
144
West McLaren MercedesMcLaren
MP4-17D 
United Kingdom David Marshall Coulthard
Finland Kimi-Matias Raikkonen 
142
Mild Seven Benetton PlaylifeRenault
R23 
Spain Fernando Alonso
Italy Jarno Trulli 
88
Lucky Strike British American Racing HondaBAR
005 
United Kingdom Jenson Alexander Lyons Button
Japan Takuma Sato
Canada Jacques Villeneuve 
26
Sauber PetronasSauber
C22 
Germany Heinz-Harald Frentzen
Germany Nick Lars Heidfeld 
19
Jaguar RacingJaguar
R4 
Brazil Antonio Reginaldo Pizzonia Jr.
Australia Mark Alan Webber
United Kingdom Justin Wilson 
18
Panasonic Toyota RacingToyota
TF103 
Brazil Cristiano Monteiro da Matta
France Olivier Panis 
16
Jordan FordJordan
EJ13 
Hungary Zsolt Baumgartner
Ireland Ralph David Firman Jr.
Italy Giancarlo Fisichella 
13
 Minardi CosworthMinardi
PS03 
Denmark Nicolas Kiesa
Netherlands Johannes Franciscus 'Jos' Verstappen
United Kingdom Justin Wilson 

2003 Season Review
RaceCircuitDateWinning DriverConstructor
 Australian Grand Prix  Melbourne Grand Prix CircuitMar 2003  David Marshall CoulthardMcLaren 
 Malaysian Grand Prix  SepangMar 2003  Kimi-Matias RaikkonenMcLaren 
 Brazilian Grand Prix  Autódromo José Carlos Pace, InterlagosApr 2003  Giancarlo FisichellaJordan 
 San Marino Grand Prix  Autodromo Enzo e Dino FerrariApr 2003  Michael SchumacherFerrari 
 Spanish Grand Prix  Circuit de CatalunyaMay 2003  Michael SchumacherFerrari 
 Austrian Grand Prix  SpielbergMay 2003  Michael SchumacherFerrari 
 Monaco Grand Prix  MonacoJun 2003  Juan Pablo MontoyaWilliams 
 Canadian Grand Prix  Circuit Gilles VilleneuveJun 2003  Michael SchumacherFerrari 
 European Grand Prix  NürburgringJun 2003  Michael SchumacherWilliams 
 French Grand Prix  Magny-CoursJul 2003  Michael SchumacherWilliams 
 British Grand Prix  SilverstoneJul 2003  Rubens Gonçalves 'Rubinho' BarrichelloFerrari 
 German Grand Prix  HockenheimringAug 2003  Juan Pablo MontoyaWilliams 
 Hungarian Grand Prix  HungaroringAug 2003  Fernando AlonsoRenault 
 Italian Grand Prix  MonzaSep 2003  Michael SchumacherFerrari 
 United States Grand Prix  IndianapolisSep 2003  Michael SchumacherFerrari 
 Japanese Grand Prix  SuzukaOct 2003  Rubens Gonçalves 'Rubinho' BarrichelloFerrari 

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