Sunday April 9th, 2000
Defending world champion Mika Hakkinen of Finland stayed on top of the times in Sunday morning's warm-up for the San Marino Grand Prix.
The McLaren Mercedes-Benz driver and his team mate Briton David Coulthard clocked the two fastest laps at the Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari to silence a vast crowd hoping to see the home Ferrari team enjoy another triumphant day.
Double world champion Michael Schumacher of Germany was third-fastest for Ferrari ahead of his team mate Brazilian Rubens Barrichello, with the two Jordan Mugen-Hondas of German Heinz-Harald Frentzen and Italian Jarno Trulli fifth and sixth.
Schumacher will start Sunday afternoon's race alongside pole-sitter Hakkinen on the front row of the grid.
Hakkinen's best time was one minute 27.418 seconds, which left him just six-hundredths ahead of Coulthard and two-tenths ahead of Schumacher.
Low temperatures may affect the race as those teams which have chosen to use hard-compound tyres could be in difficulties unless the weather improves.