British Grand Prix as it happened
Jordans For Sale Lap 60: Montoya wins the Grand Prix on McLaren home soil for his first win of the 2005 season. Alonso takes second and Raikkonen has pulled off another impressive podium finish after starting 12th on the grid.
Lap 58: So it looks as though McLaren and Renault will be taking the top four positions. Race leader Montoya is two seconds ahead of Alonso, while 15.5 seconds further back Raikkonen leads Fisichella.
Lap 53: Montoya is just a few laps away from potentially his first victory for McLaren this season and has stretched his lead over championship leader Alonso to 1.1 seconds. Third placed Raikkonen is a further 16 seconds behind with Fisichella in hot pursuit.
Lap 49: Alonso is rueing being held up earlier by Renault team mate Trulli as he makes his second and final pitstop but fails to return to the track in front of Montoya, who looks on course for his first McLaren victory.
Lap 47: Barrichello is back in the pits for his third stop. Fisichella makes a major mistake which could cost him a podium place as he stalls on leaving the pits to allow Raikkonen through to third. Alonso now has a lead of 19 seconds over Montoya.
Lap 44: Button comes in for a pitstop to allow Raikkonen to move up to fourth. It will be very difficult for Button to regain his place against the rampant Finn. Elsewhere Fisichella is putting the pressure on second placed Alonso.
Lap 41: Race leader Montoya is flying around the track, with a new fastest lap of 1:20.700 (his previous was 1:20.737) as he seems to be determined to break the pursuing Alonso.
Lap 38: Raikkonen is really putting the pressure on fourth placed Button, gaining a second a lap.
Lap 37: Race leader Montoya is losing ground to second placed Alonso as he laps Coulthard, Jacques Villeneuve and Christian Klien. The gap is now less than three seconds.
Lap 32: David Coulthard is 15th with a 47 second gap ahead of Jordan's Monteiro, while Patrick Friesacher for Minardi is right at the back of the field.
Lap 34: Barrichello makes his second pitstop before slotting behind Ferrari team mate Michael Schumacher, who is sixth.
Lap 28: Fisichella leapfrogs Button in the pits to move to third, fuel laden Montoya leads Alonso by three seconds.
Lap 24: Alonso comes into the pits and just misses out in a battle with Montoya on leaving. Fisichella is now leading.
Lap 22: Fisichella blitzes the fastest lap so far with 1:21.207, while Montoya comes into the pits.
Lap 19: Alonso has just clocked the fastest lap time of 1:21.846 to halve Montoya's lead. Barrichello is back on the track and has slotted behind Ralf Schumacher.
Authentic Air Jordans For Sale Lap 18: Christijan Albers of Minardi is forced to come into the pits with some flapping bodywork, while Barrichello also pulls in for short fuelling.
Lap 13: A gap seems to growing between second placed Alonso and third placed Button as the world championship leader attempts to rein in Montoya at the front.
Jordan Shoes for Sale Lap 12: It is all over for Jordan as Tiago Monteiro also come into the pits with apparent problems.
Lap 11: Narain Karthikeyan withdraws from the race to add to Jordan's problems but Takuma Sato is back in the race after electronic difficulties hindered his start. The Japanese driver is a lap behind
Lap 6: The race is already splitting up into groups with Alonso, Button, Rubens Barrichello and Giancarlo Fisichella chasing Montoya, while the rest of the field are looking increasingly bunched up behind Jarno Trulli. Raikkonen is now up to eighth after starting 12th on the grid.
Lap 3: McLaren's strategy seems to be paying off with Montoya taking control from the front, while team mate Kimi Raikkonen tries to move up the field as he recovers from his 10 place grid penalty after engine failure in Saturday practice.
Lap 1: Montoya makes a great start, soaring past Renault's Fernando Alonso and BAR's Jenson Button to take the lead.
1259 BST: The drivers have finished their parade lap and are ready for the 60 lap battle at Silverstone.
1257 BST: The drivers have entered their cars and are set for their parade lap. Track temperature is up to 45 degrees Celsius, while air temperature is up to 27.
1247 BST: As a mark of respect for the people who lost their lives in the bomb attacks on London, there is a minute's silence before the start of the race.
It is a dry, sunny day at Silverstone, with Union Jack flags draped around the track.
Air temperature is around 21 degrees Celsius, while track temperature is averaging at 33 degrees.
Retro Jordans For Sale Renault's championship leader Fernando Alonso secured pole position on Saturday in one minute 19.905 seconds and was joined on the front row by British hope Jenson Button in his BAR Honda.