F1 » Australian Grand Prix, Melbourne – Qualifying times


Sebastian Vettel claims pole position for second race in a row, denying local favourite Mark Webber in Melbourne.

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Hannah.

March 27, 2010 8:20 AM

Barichello directly behind Schumacher could make for a very interesting fight, come on Rubens!!! :D


This is set up to be a good race with a considerable amount of overtaking,

Webber vs Vettel vs Alonso
Button vs Massa vs Rosberg
Schumacher vs Barichello
and Hamilton generally working his way up...

MorningStar - Unregistered

March 27, 2010 11:04 AM

Nice lap Seb. Not much between the top 3 cars. Should be interesting.
The Button bashers seem to be a bit quite today?
I wonder why? Those who said "he will never be quicker than Lewis". Eat ur humble pie.
Lets support our boys rather than knock em.
Would be nice for Mark to win his home grand prix. Jens to get on the podium and for Lewis to work his way thru the field to score some good points. Mainly, lets hope for an exciting, full of action, enteraining grand prix.

JMD - Unregistered

March 27, 2010 12:30 PM

Well done to Button there. I didnt think he had it in him. Hammy may of had an off day, but 2nd race and JB is noticably faster?
Im no LH fan but i didnt exepct JB to be faster, ever.

ramjam 69

March 27, 2010 12:37 PM

Well done the 2 Red Bull cars, they looked like they were on rails today. One thing I don't understand is how a car running the minimum amount of fuel can obviously be heard rubbing on it's floor. How is going to manage with 160kg of fuel on board?? I know, let's make a device that allows the driver to adjust the ride height as the fuel load diminishes? What's that you say? It's against the spirit of the rules? Oh that's ok, it's on the Ferrari too, so the FIA will love it!

Seriously, well done Vettel & Webber, Beat the reds tomorrow, just don't go breaking down again, please!!

DAY - Unregistered

March 27, 2010 2:04 PM

@JMD "Hammy may of had an off day, but 2nd race and JB is noticably faster?..."
Any driver pulled over by the police for speeding, WC or not, endures a stalling effect for a while, suffering a psychological distraction. LH will have to deal with this inevitable fallout of his own youthful indiscretion. Not excusing him as he brought it on himself but this kid has tons of talent and by next race he'll be back to normal.
Its amusing to see LH detractors ascribe his Yr 1 success purely to the Mclaren 2007 superority yet tout Seb Vettel as the best driver on the grid.
SB in the RBR is enjoying a fantastic car, (as is Webber) yet his success is chalked up to his ABILITY, rather than the car.

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