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Who will win the 2009 Australian Grand Prix?

The start of the 2009 Formula 1 World Championship campaign is now just around the corner in the shape of the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne this weekend, and rarely has a new season been so eagerly anticipated.

Following the raft of technical and aerodynamic regulation changes brought into force in the top flight this year, the form book has been thrown out of the window and the competition blasted wide open.

On pre-season testing form, pretty much any of the sport's ten teams could viably claim to be in a position to bid for glory around the streets of Albert Park, but who do you think will emerge on top Down Under?

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