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Congrats to David Coulthard and Red Bull and Takuma Sato and Super Aguri for finishing in the points at the Spanish Grand Prix.
Briton David Coulthard, at 36 the oldest driver in the race, claimed Red Bull’s first points of the season in fifth place at the circuit where he made his Formula One debut in 1994.Germany’s Nico Rosberg was sixth for Williams with Finland’s Heikki Kovalainen seventh for Renault.

Japan’s Takuma Sato gave Super Aguri their first point in Formula One with eighth place. The race was shortened by one lap after the first start was aborted because Italian Jarno Trulli’s Toyota had stalled in sixth place on the grid. Trulli was pushed away and began the race from the pit lane.
His team mate Ralf Schumacher also had a miserable afternoon, rammed from behind by the Williams of Austrian Alexander Wurz when he braked into the new chicane on the opening lap.
Honda once again failed to score their first point of the season, with Brazilian Rubens Barrichello and Briton Jenson Button coming together on the 23rd lap as the latter was leaving the pit lane.
Continued problems for Honda. I just don’t understand. This is a team that could be a world champion contender.

Credit Reuters for the quote.