While there is a strong possibility that the ****** team will be celebrating later this afternoon, Jaguar Racing looks set to lose the only points they have secured all season.
Stewards of the Brazilian GP will reconvene at the FIA HQ in Paris, France later today to review last weekend's race results after the FIA "received evidence" suggesting that ****** Grand Prix driver Giancarlo Fisichella had started his 56th lap before the race was red-flagged. If this can be proved, something Eddie ****** is confident of, Giancarlo will be awarded his first ever Grand Prix win with original winner, McLaren driver Kimi Raikkonen, allocated to second place.
However, for Jaguar's Mark Webber, who crashed his R4 on the final lap, it means that the two points he registered for the Milton Keynes based squad, their first for 2003, will be stripped. While the Aussie driver will be very disappointed if this eventuates, he is willing to accept the FIA's final decision.
"It would be disappointing if the FIA decides to overturn the original race result but that's the price you pay for making a mistake," he told the team's official website. "It would be a bit of a shame but not the end of the world because there are a lot of positives to take out of the weekend. Personally I think that Giancarlo might be awarded the victory and I'll be happy for him because he's a good friend of mine. I really don't know how the leaders could have done two laps after the race was flagged but we'll just have to leave it up to the decision makers. It does seem strange to me."
The above article is from www.f1-live.com
The stewards have awarded Giancarlo Fisichella the race win, Therefore Webber loses his 2 points.