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Australian GP - race result.

1. Lewis Hamilton Britain Vodafone McLaren Mercedes-Mercedes 58 laps 01:34:50.616
2. Nick Heidfeld Germany BMW Sauber F1 Team-BMW +5.48
3. Nico Rosberg Germany AT&T Williams-Toyota +8.16
4. Fernando Alonso Spain ING Renault F1 Team-Renault +17.18
5. Heikki Kovalainen Finland Vodafone McLaren Mercedes-Mercedes +18.01
6. Kazuki Nakajima Japan AT&T Williams-Toyota +1 lap
7. Sebastien Bourdais French Scuderia Toro Rosso-Ferrari +3 laps
8. Kimi Raikkonen Finland Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro-Ferrari +5 laps

9. Robert Kubica Poland BMW Sauber F1 Team-BMW 47 laps
10. Timo Glock Germany Panasonic Toyota Racing-Toyota 43 laps
11. Takuma Sato Japan Super Aguri F1 Team-Honda 32 laps
12. Nelson Piquet Jr Brazil ING Renault F1 Team-Renault 30 laps
13. Felipe Massa Brazil Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro-Ferrari 29 laps
14. David Coulthard Britain Red Bull Racing-Renault 25 laps
15. Jarno Trulli Italy Panasonic Toyota Racing-Toyota 19 laps
16. Adrian Sutil Germany Force India F1 Team-Ferrari 8 laps
17. Mark Webber Australia Red Bull Racing-Renault 0 laps
18. Jenson Button Britain Honda Racing F1 Team-Honda 0 laps
19. Sebastian Vettel Germany Scuderia Toro Rosso-Ferrari 0 laps
20. Anthony Davidson Britain Super Aguri F1 Team-Honda 0 laps
21. Giancarlo Fisichella Italy Force India F1 Team-Ferrari 0 laps

DQ. Rubens Barrichello Brazil Honda Racing F1 Team-Honda Disqualified - had finished 6th

all results unofficial


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Thomas from Sweden - Unregistered

March 16, 2008 4:33 PM

Ummm except there was no line to keep cos Coulthard left no room at all. Massa took the inside line and was more than halfway alongside DC - thus DC should have stayed on the outside line. Simple as that. There's always a risk to overtaking, and racing should be hard and fair. Massa committed to the inside line and was alongside, so he had nowhere to go when DC took the apex. If DC wanted to protect the inside line he should have done so earlier, not in the middle of braking. I really don't see what Massa did wrong - plenty of similar manouvres went fine in the same race.



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