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Last Updated: Sunday, 12 September 2004, 11:42 GMT 12:42 UK
Italian Grand Prix photos

Barrichello qualifies in a time of one minute 20.98 seconds and leads the race from first on the grid

Ferrari driver Rubens Barrichello starts the race in pole after driving the fastest qualifying lap in Formula One history

Barrichello and Alonso grapple for position in overcast conditions at Monza

Fernando Alonso is the first to challenge Barrichello for the lead and takes over when the Ferrari driver stops for dry tyres

Button, who only qualified in sixth place, leads despite stopping for fuel early on

BAR driver Jensen Button hits the front on the 10th lap and stays there until he pit-stops for fuel on the 15th

Button is chased by the pack but can't hold off the challenge of the Ferrari drivers

Button rejoins the race still in the lead but is eventually caught - first by Schumacher and then by Barrichello

Champion Schmacher recovers from being 15th after the second lap to go in front

Schumacher, who spun off after the second lap, stages an amazing fightback to tackle Button and move into the lead

Schumacher appears unwilling to challenge Barrichello for the lead and tucks into second place

On the 43rd lap Rubens Barrichello makes it back to where he started the race - in the lead - making it a Ferrari one-two

Barrichello takes the chequered flag followed by his team-mate Schumacher and Jensen Button in third

Finally Rubens Barrichello claims his first Grand Prix win of the 2004 Formula One season ahead of Schumacher and Button

Michael Schumacher congratulates his team-mate as their one-two gives the constructors' title to Ferrari

Barrichello thanks the heavens and the adoring Italian Ferrari fans as he enjoys his impressive win at the Monza circuit

It's champagne all round as the Ferrari team have a lot to celebrate after the Italian Grand Prix

Barrichello's win marks a great fortnight for Ferrari as they add the constructor title to Schumacher's 7th world championship

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