Formula 1 – Victory for Button to the Australian GP
Posted on March 29, 2010 by John Trevors for Luckyroom.com
Having the favor of the gods, Jenson Button managed to win the Australian GP relatively easy from the moment that Sebastian Vettel suffered a break failure problem that forced him to abandon the race. Sebastian Vettel was the man who won the Pole position second time in a row this year but it seems that he run out of luck to this race as well as at the race in Bahrain two weeks earlier. Vettel was leading without any pressure from the opposing drivers as the clear way gave him a 5 seconds lead which was increasing lap by lap. However, once again, the car failed him with a left break problem forcing him to head into the sand trap of turn 13. This was a disastrous weekend for the team of Red Bull which had both F1 cars in the first row at the beginning of the race but at the end, Mark Webber managed to finish the race just at ninth position.
On the other hand, race winner Jenson Button presented his capabilities once more even though not driving a top class car. The British driver showed once more that he can challenge for this year’s championship especially now that Ferrari, McLaren and Red Bull are all at the same level. Speaking about Ferrari, the team should be more than happy with their performance as the third spot of Massa and the fourth spot of Alonso has boost them further in the constructors championship. We should give special credit to Robert Kubica who drove superbly staring from the ninth position and finished the race second.
- The results of the Australian GP
- Jenson Button / McLaren
- Robert Kubica / Renault
- Felipe Massa / Ferrari
- Fernando Alonso / Ferrari
- Nico Rosberg / Mercedes
- Lewis Hamilton / McLaren
- AnTonio Liuzzi / Force India
- Rubens Barrichello / Williams
- Mark Webber / Red Bull
- Michael Schumacher / Mercedes
- Jaime Alguersuari / Toro Rosso
- Pedro de la Rosa / Sauber
- Heikki Kovalainen / Lotus
- Karun Chandhok / HRT
- Timo Glock / Virgin / DNF
- Lucas di Grassi / Virgin / DNF
- Sebastian Vettel / Red Bull / DNF
- Adrian Sutil / Force India / DNF
- Vitaly Petrov / Renault / DNF
- Bruno Senna / HRT / DNF
- Sébastien Buemi / Toro Rosso / DNF
- Nico Hülkenberg / Williams / DNF
- Kamui Kobayashi / Sauber / DNF
- Jarno Trulli / Lotus / DNF
First in the Drivers championship standings is Fernando Alonso with 37 points followed by Felipe Massa with 33 and Jenson Button with 31. In the Constructors Championship standings Ferrari leads with 70 points followed by McLaren with 54 while third is Mercedes with 29. Stay tuned on luckyroom.com for our Formula 1 betting tips and picks for the Malaysian Grand Prix at Kuala Lumpur this weekend Sunday 4th of April. The race will begin at 09:00 GMT.
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