- 1 Australian Grand Prix Positions:
- 2 F1: The full beginning framework for the 2019 Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix:
- 3 THE GRID — 2019 Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix:
- 4 THE AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX network will be the first of the period and has just observed two best drivers consigned down the field:
- 5 Australian Grand Prix 2019 temporary framework in full:
- 6 Australian GP Qualifying: Lewis Hamilton tempests to shaft position:
- 7 Australian GP lattice in full:
- 8 Network kids at Australian Grand Prix:
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Australian Grand Prix Positions:
F1: The full beginning framework for the 2019 Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix:
THIS is the means by which the network will look when those five red lights go out to begin the 2018 Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton broke Ayrton Senna’s longstanding record of six post positions in the Australian GP with a staggering lap that put him just about seven tenths clear of his closest opponent.
That respect went to Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen, who pushed out partner Sebastian Vettel to join the supreme best on the planet on the first line.
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QUALIFYING: Hamilton obliterates lap record for seventh shaft in Australia
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Daniel Ricciardo will begin his home excellent prix from eighth on the network subsequent to acquiring a disputable three-place framework punishment for driving excessively rapidly back to the pits amid a warning period in Friday practice.
Going along with him on the punishment list is Valtteri Bottas, who completed tenth in the request subsequent to slamming late in Q3, however drops a further five places because of a gearbox change.
The Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix will get in progress on Sunday evening at 4:10pm AEDT.
THE GRID — 2019 Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix:
1. (44) LEWIS HAMILTON
Mercedes, 1m21.164s in Q3 (new qualifying lap record)
2. (7) KIMI RAIKKONEN
Ferrari, 1m21.828s in Q3
3. (5) SEBASTIAN VETTEL
Ferrari, 1m21.838s in Q3
4. (33) MAX VERSTAPPEN
Red Bull-TAG Heuer, 1m21.879s in Q3
5. (20) KEVIN MAGNUSSEN
Haas-Ferrari, 1m23.187s in Q3
6. (8) ROMAIN GROSJEAN
Haas-Ferrari, 1m23.339s in Q3
7. (27) NICO HULKENBERG
Renault, 1m23.532s in Q3
8. (3) DANIEL RICCIARDO
Red Bull-TAG Heuer, 1m22.152s in Q3 (3 place matrix punishment)
9. (55) CARLOS SAINZ JR
Renault, 1m23.577s in Q3
10. (14) FERNANDO ALONSO
McLaren-Renault, 1m23.692s in Q2
11. (2) STOFFEL VANDOORNE
McLaren-Renault, 1m23.853s in Q2
12. (11) SERGIO PEREZ
Power India-Mercedes, 1m24.005s in Q2
13. (18) LANCE STROLL
Williams-Mercedes, 1m24.230s in Q2
14. (31) ESTEBAN OCON
Power India-Mercedes, 1m24.786s in Q2
15. (77) VALTTERI BOTTAS
Mercedes, No time recorded in Q3 (5 place matrix punishment)
16. (28) BRENDON HARTLEY
Toro Rosso-Honda, 1m24.532s in Q1
17. (9) MARCUS ERICSSON
Sauber-Ferrari, 1m24.556s in Q1
18. (16) CHARLES LECLERC
Sauber-Ferrari, 1m24.636s in Q1
19. (35) SERGEY SIROTKIN
Williams-Mercedes, 1m24.922s in Q1
20. (10) PIERRE GASLY
21.Toro Rosso-Honda, 1m25.295s in Q1
Australian Grand Prix 2018 framework positions: EVERY vehicle’s beginning spot after TWO punishments
THE AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX network will be the first of the period and has just observed two best drivers consigned down the field:
Daniel Ricciardo realized he would get moved down the matrix a long time before qualifying after the stewards gave him a three-place punishment for a crime amid Friday’s training session.
With a warning on the circuit to enable a stray link to be evacuated, the Australian misread his controlling wheel dash and was too quick through a few divisions of the lap.
The stewards surrendered he had acted in compliance with common decency, as demonstrated by his before backing off, and thusly given him an increasingly permissive punishment – regardless of whether the Australian himself was furious and being punished by any stretch of the imagination.
“I committed an error, no uncertainty about it, yet is that botch worth a lattice punishment in a training session when no vehicle’s on track, nobody’s topsy turvy?
“I figure presence of mind ought to have won. It was a link on the track. I didn’t pass the occurrence.
“I believe it’s s***house.
“Yesterday’s news has been entirely harsh for me. I’m p***ed most definitely.”
Valtteri Bottas then brought about his punishment amid the last session of qualifying after he slammed his Mercedes into the divider at Turn Two.
Not just had the Finn neglected to set a Q3 time and in that capacity qualified tenth, however he was likewise given a five-place lattice drop since he needed to supplant his gearbox.
Be that as it may, the genuine story of qualifying was at the front, as Lewis Hamilton broke Ayrton Senna’s Australian shaft record, taking best spot for the seventh time Down Under.
Furthermore, rival Sebastian Vettel could just oversee third as he was pipped by his very own partner Kimi Raikkonen.
Australian Grand Prix 2019 temporary framework in full:
first Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes), second Kimi Raikkonen (Ferrari)
third Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari), fourth Max Verstappen (Red Bull)
fifth Kevin Magnussen (Haas), sixth Romain Grosjean (Haas)
seventh Nico Hulkenberg (Renault), eighth Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull)
ninth Carlos Sainz (Renault), tenth Fernando Alonso (McLaren)
eleventh Stoffel Vandoorne (McLaren), twelfth Sergio Perez (Force India)
thirteenth Lance Stroll (Williams), fourteenth Esteban Ocon (Force India)
fifteenth Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes), sixteenth Brendon Hartley (Toro Rosso)
seventeenth Marcus Ericsson (Sauber), eighteenth Charles Leclerc (Sauber)
nineteenth Sergey Sirotkin (Williams), twentieth Pierre Gasly (Toro Rosso)
Australian GP Qualifying: Lewis Hamilton tempests to shaft position:
Best on the planet on shaft by over a large portion of a second from Raikkonen; Hamilton and Vettel conflict in public interview; First race of 2018 in progress at 6.10am on Sunday morning, only live on Sky F1
Lewis Hamilton raged to shaft position for the season-opening Australian GP in the wake of overwhelming his adversaries with a rankling last lap in qualifying.
In a staggering exhibition of his abilities, Hamilton enhanced by eight tenths of a second on his last lap to leave Red Bull and Ferrari trailing afterward and over a large portion of a second behind.
Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel then traded sharp spikes in the post-session public interview with the Mercedes driver advising his Ferrari rival he needed to “make an example out of you”.
Kimi Raikkonen will arrange nearby Hamilton on the first column with Vettel third and Max Verstappen fourth for Red Bull.
In any case, in the wake of losing control of his Mercedes, Valtteri Bottas slammed out toward the beginning of Q3 with the broad harm to the vehicle set to trigger a lattice punishment.
In a captivating first qualifying session of 2018:
* Bottas was safe in his accident at Turn Two yet will begin fifteenth because of an implemented gearbox change to his destroyed W09.
* Red Bull ran an alternate tire system to Mercedes and Ferrari in an offer to out-last their frontrunning rivals in the main stretch of Sunday’s excellent prix.
* Neither McLaren driver endured to the best ten with Alonso eleventh and Vandoorne twelfth.
* But both Renault and Haas vehicles achieved the best ten in their fight to be ‘the best of the rest’.
* Williams’ Sergey Sirotkin was second-last and disposed of in the main portion of Qualy close by both Toro Rosso-Hondas and Saubers.
Australian GP lattice in full:
Hamilton has a significant effect. After their opening laps in Q3, any desires for a nearby battle between Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull looked ready to be acknowledged with Hamilton, Vettel and Verstappen isolated by not exactly a tenth.
In any case, in an unpropitious and surprising turn of speed in the last snapshots of qualifying, Hamilton went into overdrive and conveyed an enhancement worth almost a second of lap time to leave his opponents far off and confused.
“This was a Lewis Hamilton lap,” said a respecting Nico Rosberg on Sky F1. “At the point when he’s in this structure the rest should pack up and go in light of the fact that there’s nobody who’s going to beat him.
“That looked amazingly extraordinary.”
It was Hamilton’s seventh shaft position at Albert Park in spite of the fact that the Mercedes driver might not have any desire to harp on the measurement that just twice over the most recent eight years has the post sitter won the race.
Vettel conceded he committed an error at Turn 13 on his last lap while Verstappen additionally ran wide on his last endeavor to topple Hamilton.
However, Ferrari stay certain their long-run structure will offer Mercedes a progressively focused battle on Sunday while Verstappen will begin the race on the slower yet increasingly solid supersoft tires after Red Bull selected to roll the bones on methodology.
Verstappen’s Red Bull partner Daniel Ricciardo was fifth fastest however will arrange only eighth after his questionable matrix punishment for running too rapidly under warning conditions in Friday practice.
“They could have given a reprove, they could have given something [else],” a smoldering Ricciardo revealed to Sky Sports. “To give me a network punishment before the season has begun is ****house.”
McLaren behind Renault and Haas
While McLaren missed the mark concerning their focused on position in the main ten, Fernando Alonso conveyed what needs be fulfilled in the wake of qualifying eleventh and inside a tenth of Q3.
“It’s what we merit and I’m content with it,” said Alonso. “We can possibly open in the vehicle.
“It will be an alternate race for us – more in assaulting mode and it will be entertaining. Particularly on the off chance that it rains tomorrow, it will stun for the show.”
Alonso has focused on this end of the week that he anticipates that this should be McLaren’s weakest race of the period as the group keep on adjusting to their new motor organization with Renault.
Haas followed through on their guarantee in winter testing by out-pacing the Renault works outfit to 6th and seventh, albeit both Kevin Magnussen and Romain Grosjean will be advanced in front of Ricciardo.
At the opposite end of the network, Toro Rosso-Honda disillusioned as Brendon Hartley and Pierre Gasly fell at the main obstacle. Sergey Sirotkin likewise failed to meet expectations as the Russian new kid on the block, who battled all through winter testing, limped to nineteenth on the network for Williams.
Network kids at Australian Grand Prix:
58 youthful Karting Australia permit holders delighted in an incredible chance at the 2018 Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne a week ago.
These drivers and a parent were visitors of the Australian Grand Prix Corporation and Formula 1 with the youths getting a charge out of the chance to be on the circuit as a piece of the pre-race stimulation quickly before the beginning of the race.
The ‘Lattice Kids’ specked the matrix from front to back with some holding the National Flag of a drivers, others denoting the framework and some remaining before the ebb and flow yield of drivers as the national song of devotion was being sung.
Of this gathering, 20 of the youngsters were lucky to be inside the restrictive F1 Paddock zone where they got the chance to blend with their objects of worship and addition a few signatures.
As a piece of the FIA Future Formula 1 Stars, this gathering of youths turned into the first on the planet to be given a Formula 1 hustling suit because of Liberty Media, Formula 1 Management and Puma alongside a look off camera in the Formula 1 enclosure.
A few of the kids were additionally a piece of a few media meets ahead of the pack up to and amid the Grand Prix with meetings being led on Radio 3AW, Channel Ten’s The Project, Seven News Melbourne and even BBC Radio in England.
The energy appeared by these children for the duration of the day was irresistible for all around – including the F1 drivers – while making recollections that will last with the children for a lifetime.
“What’s occurred here this end of the week has reinforced our bond as a family towards hustling. I’ve constantly adored Formula 1 since I was six, so to be very close like this has been extraordinary for the children,” said Barbara Anagositiadis, mother of Grid Kids Aiva and James.
“Hustling is significantly more a family sport, it’s not the nonappearance of the matrix young ladies but rather F1 has advanced in the course of the most recent couple of years and having these children on the framework here in Melbourne absolutely reverberates with a much wide gathering of people.
“(Fernando) Alonso really swung to my child after the national song of devotion, asked him when his next race was and wished him good fortune, that is something James will always remember.”
Moreover 10-year old Aiva was overwhelmed by the experience.
“It was an astonishing knowledge, we get remain on the matrix and be up near the Formula 1 drivers,” said Aiva.
“I used to move, presently it’s tied in with hustling karts and today has been mind blowing.”
At the point when Brad Majman was four years of age he watched his Dad race karts, for the most part at Todd Road and Oakleigh. His room is loaded up with pictures of Michael Schumacher, Monaco, Senna and bunches of trophies from karting.
On Sunday, he could not exclusively be up near his venerated images yet additionally meet race victor Sebastian Vettel, who took the time out in the middle of the platform and media gathering for the adolescent.
Amusingly, it is comprehended that the Victorian Government ‘formality’ nearly put the involvement in risk in the days paving the way to the occasion. It was just the dedication by the Australian Grand Prix Corporation and Karting Australia staff that worked nonstop for two days to finish a pile of a minute ago administrative work that the administration required to be finished.