Just 15 cars have started the 2015 Australian Grand Prix after Kevin Magnussen and Daniil Kvyat both failed to make the start line.

With both McLaren and Red Bull suffering reliability issues for much of the weekend, more problems would strike before they could even get onto the grid, with both cars coming to a halt.

Together with Valtteri Bottas' withdrawal through injury and Manor's failure to participate, just 15 cars would start on the grid.

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Furthermore, at this early stage in the race, a turn one accident has already eliminated Pastor Maldonado and his Lotus team-mate Romain Grosjean is out with technical issues, leaving just 13 circulating by lap two.