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12-15 MARCH 2015

Generation Why Not Upsets The Albert Park Order

March 16th, 2014
Rookie drivers stole some of the spotlight in qualifying for today’s 2014 Formula 1® Rolex Australian Grand Prix The scene: the Albert Park F1...

Lewis Leaves It Late - And Dan Does Wonders In The Wet

March 15th, 2014
Lewis Hamilton took pole position, but Daniel Ricciardo won Australia's admiration, and many hearts, on Saturday when they traded fastest laps in a...

No Sleepless Night In Store For Australia's New Star

March 15th, 2014
Daniel Ricciardo keeps his excitement in check after a stellar day at Albert Park. Will Dan Ricciardo sleep well tonight? You bet! On the...

Hamilton On Pole, Ricciardo On Front Row

March 15th, 2014
Aussie outshines Vettel on Red Bull Racing debut Lewis Hamilton has claimed his third pole position in Australia and the 32nd of his career with a...

Van Gisbergen Maintains The Rage

March 15th, 2014
Clean sweep looms as Kiwi makes it three, reports Mark Fattore. New Zealand enforcer Shane Van Gisbergen is on track for the first V8 Supercar...

Finch Flips and McEwen takes top spot in the Mazda3 Celebrity Challenge

March 15th, 2014
Rachael Finch escaped a dramatic crash unscathed after flipping her car in the first race of the Mazda3 Celebrity Challenge, with Robbie McEwen...

Rosberg Rampant, Vettel Vexed

March 15th, 2014
Mercedes continue to set the pace at Albert Park, as Tim Collings reports Nico Rosberg maintained Mercedes' mastery of proceedings in Saturday's...

Luff Turns The Tables

March 15th, 2014
Race 2 in the Porsche Carrera Cup threw up a challenge to Steven Richards, as Mark Fattore reports. Championship leader Warren Luff has exacted...

It's Not Noise, It's Music - Or Is It?

March 15th, 2014
Two-time Melbourne winner David Coulthard gives his slant on F1’s hottest talking-point David Coulthard liked what he saw at Albert Park when...

'Concorde Doesn't Fly Any More': Webber Sums Up 'New' F1

March 15th, 2014
He says there are a couple of kilos hidden away somewhere on his rangy frame, but Mark Webber still looked lean and mean as he fronted the media at...

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