F1 » Australian Grand Prix, Melbourne - Qualifying times

Sebastian Vettel dominates to claim pole position for season-opening Australian GP.

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Bryan G - Unregistered

March 26, 2011 7:49 AM

Allowing these two cars to race would not be a good idea - they have almost no running time on them and could prove to be a hazard to other cars - do we really want to see a race influenced by two mobile chicanes?


March 26, 2011 7:58 AM

Ok I admit I was negative towards McLaren during testing. Shame on me a long time supporter. Good job Lewis and Jenson and also the entire team. They seem to have solved whatever gremlins they had but Red Bull are still the team to beat. I was expecting a bit more from Ferrari.


March 26, 2011 7:59 AM

Great quali session
Great job from Vettel
Great job from McL - for making their car be so good in such limited time
Great job from Lewis - especially that he had no KERS at the end
But what the hell is wrong with Ferrari ? They said so many things about their car... And now 5th, ouuuups.
People who ruled out McL, now have proof of what they are capable of doing.
Gonna be a nice race tomorrow....

Firefly - Unregistered

March 26, 2011 8:05 AM

Wow, McLaren really lucked out on the Bahrein GP being cancelled. Well done to them though, seems the car was pretty good bar the exhaust system, so they just copied that from Red Bull. Smart move, and it paid off.

Sad to see Ferrari so far back, for some reason they seemed to have no grip whatsoever as demonstrated by Massa spinning after coming out of the pits. Might help them in the race if it means the tyres wear out less though...

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