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FIA press conference schedule for Germany 19 Jul 2004

Juan Pablo Montoya (COL) Williams.
Formula One World Championship, British Grand Prix, Rd 11, Practice, Silverstone, England, 9 July 2004 Norbert Haug (GER) Mercedes Sporting Director.
French Grand Prix, Rd 10, Qualifying Day, Magny Cours, France, 3 July 2004 Christian Klien (AUT) Jaguar.
Formula One World Championship, British Grand Prix, Rd 11, Qualifying Day, Silverstone, England, 10 July 2004 Second placed Michael Schumacher (GER) Ferrari in the post qualifying press conference.
French Grand Prix, Rd 10, Qualifying Day, Magny Cours, France, 3 July 2004 Norbert Haug (GER) Mercedes Sporting Director.
French Grand Prix, Rd 10, Qualifying Day, Magny Cours, France, 3 July 2004

Who faces the media at Hockenheim this weekend?

A slight change of format for Thursday’s conference – three drivers, each with their own 20-minute slot – while on Friday five of Formula One racing's best technical brains field the questions.

Thursday July 22, 1500 local time (1300 GMT):
Juan Pablo Montoya (Williams), then from 1520, Christian Klien (Jaguar), then from 1540, Michael Schumacher (Ferrari).

Friday July 23, 1600 local time (1400 GMT):
Norbert Haug (Mercedes), Luca Marmorini (Toyota), Paolo Martinelli (Ferrari), Otmar Szafnauer (Honda) and Mario Thiessen (BMW).

Saturday’s and Sunday’s conference will take place immediately after qualifying and the race respectively, with both featuring the top three drivers.

As always, Formula1.com will bring you full transcripts of all conferences.