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Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button lock out front row as Red Bull and Mercedes stumble in Melbourne qualifying.

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me - Unregistered

March 17, 2012 7:48 AM

great performance from McLaren and Grosjean. and it seams that the unbeatable structure has been knocked out, can't wait for the race

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March 17, 2012 7:57 AM
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well done to mclaren, for once they seem to have a very competitive car at the start of the season.

grosjean was fantastic, well done to him he deserves his opportunity to shine.

personally i can see merc, especially schumi, being on the podium and i wouldn't be shocked if they left aus with their first victory.

good luck to all the drivers for the race tomorrow, i think it will be a good one.

oldbiker - Unregistered

March 17, 2012 8:36 AM

Yup, no real surprises. This race is no a good benchmark, but good to see there may be more of battle between the existing top teams.

Look whose still at the back! After all the bulls**t If things don't radically improve at Caterham I reckon Gascoyne will probably end up in some "administrative" role. Marussia and HRT really should now be excluded as a favour to their backers. They would probably make good teams in one of the feeder formulas.

Taipan

March 17, 2012 10:06 AM

2Pac, You're fast becoming my favoured fanboy. Your recent posts have all been well judged and sensible, a bit like mine :P
Ron's golden better pull his socks up if he wants to remain at the top of my list....

Great chance for Schumacher to get on the podium, the oldest driver to do so since Brabham in 1970. When you think how fitness orientated F1 is now compared to then it would be an incredible achievement.

humanoid1989 - Unregistered

March 17, 2012 10:14 AM

Well done McLaren, but blimey where the hell did Grosjean come from??
Good lad!
Would like to see Schuey do well this season. And lets see what Vettel is made of!
Looking good so far for some actual racing this season...

blah - Unregistered

March 17, 2012 10:25 AM

With all the money spent and talks, Tony should just fire Gascoyne...immediately...Marussia is only 1 second behind but Caterham is 2 seconds behind the top midfield
Posted by V6Stroker (22 minutes ago)

Gascoyne has been promoted to spend most of his time on Caterham road cars. He said that he only spends 1 day a week on F1 and will stop attending races. Caterham is bad, but this time its the fault of some other talentless designer.

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