F1 » UPDATED: Australian GP, Melbourne - Race results


Sebastian Vettel wins Australian GP by 22secs, ahead of Lewis Hamilton and Vitaly Petrov.

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Ak - Unregistered

March 27, 2011 9:00 AM

What money @ iggy?

I didnt think it was boring at all.. it was pretty exciting.. especially Massa's defensive moves..

Great job Petrov.. for all those that counted him off.. take that!!

now we understand why Heidfeld is the most underrated driver.

me - Unregistered

March 27, 2011 9:06 AM

perez only did 1 stop, so pirelli are not that bad after all, as for red bull newey did it again that car is perfect even when you go a bit out it does not move like the other cars it stay glued to the track that is impressive i think that's why is only one thing to say well done red bull, on a final note it was impossible not to see schumacher face relax when his team mate was kick out by barichello

Diarmuid - Unregistered

March 27, 2011 9:20 AM

I really do wonder do some people here actually like F1? If you thought that was a boring race then you have no business watching F1. Not every race has to be an overtaking fest to be interesting and its pandering to those kind of simple minded F1 "fans" that is screwing up the rules.

A decent race in my opinion. I have high hopes for that McLaren this year. Being so radical there is probably a lot of room for development especially since they have had so little testing. This season wont be a walkover for Vettel.

Zz - Unregistered

March 27, 2011 9:22 AM

McLaren have done a great job sorting the car out since testing began so that Hamilton was at least able to keep Vettel awake. Petrov showed it was no fluke when he kept Alonso from passing to deny him the no. 1 plate last year. Great debut from Perez too. On the other hand, predictably, KERS and DRS are an utter waste of time and money. Until the FIA stop messing about with such bandaids, including tyre rules that only address the symptoms, and develop the coglioni to do something radical that will get to the cause of the overtaking problem, the sport is going to remain devoid of the level of excitement that can be seen later today at Donington.

brendan - Unregistered

March 27, 2011 9:34 AM

it makes no difference if buttons nose was ahead into the chicane. he was racing and CUT the corner.

if he was ahead or not makes no difference they were racing and he decided to cut the corner. alonso was well ahead of kubica last year but cut the corner and got the penalty.

I thought petrov, lewis, alonso and perez drove great races today.

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