Williams BMW driver, Ralf Schumacher won the Malaysia Formula One
Grand Prix held today in Sepang, Malaysia. His team-mate, Juan Pablo
Montoya took second place thus making it a Williams 1-2 finish. Michael
Schumacher of Ferarri had to settle for 3rd place, after having to climb
all the way from the back of the pack as a result of his slight collision
in the first corner with Montoya. Both McLarens of David Coulthard and
Kimi Raikkonen did not finish the race this time due to engine
problems. Reubens Barichello of Ferarri also suffered engine problems
as he was leading the race when his engine blew up. Jensen Button
would have made a podium finish ahead of Michael Schumacher had it
not been for his car slowing down at the very last lap of the race. Nick
Heidfeld and Felipe Massa, both of Sauber Petronas finished the race
in fifth an sixth position respectively.

Race standings: 1 – Ralf Schumacher (Williams BMW), 2 – Juan Pablo
Montoya (Williams BMW), 3 – Michael Schumacher (Ferarri), 4 – Jensen
Button (Renault), 5 – Nick Heidfeld (Sauber Petronas), 6 – Felipe Massa
(Sauber Petronas).