Button won the Grand Prize of Australia

Button won the Grand Prize of Australia

Jenson Button, en-titre champion, won the second race of the Formula 1 season.

Australian Grand Prix started in terms of rain. Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull pilot, left the first position and maintain this place until round 26 when he was forced to abandodeze of cazuza technical problems.

The first turn will bring more drama as the race, as Alonso, Button and Schumacher were Acros. Alonso down to the 18th place, Schumacher took the speakers to replace a wing and kept the Lucky Button to 6th place. Race from Melbourne to the bayonet duels marked by numerous incidents with other sour led to no less than 10 abandoned.

Finally, Button managed to take first position, after a execelenta strategy for those at McLaren, who were first to return to slick tires immediately after cessation of rain. Button has been seconded to the podium in Australia by Robert Kubica, Polish at Renault and Felipe Massa, the Brazilian at Ferrari.

Alonso Roseberg, Hamilton, Liuzzi, Barrichello, Webber and Schumacher were the next occupants of the places that make points. Michael Schumacher's race was affected by the incident in the first round, but Germany has shown talent in the last three laps when he managed two overtaking and snatched a point in extremis. After two races, the championship is led by Fernando Alonso, followed by the Ferrari teammate, Felipe Massa and by Jenson Button.
Complete ranking of the race in Australia

 1. Button McLaren 1:33: 36,531
 2. Kubica Renault + 12,034
 3. Massa Ferrari + 14,488
 4. Alonso Ferrari + 16,304
 5. Rosberg Mercedes + 16,683
 6. Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes + 29,898
 7. Liuzzi Force India-Mercedes + 59,847
 8. Barrichello Williams-Cosworth + 1:00.536
 9. Webber Red Bull + 1:07.319
10. Schumacher Mercedes + 1:09.391
11. Alguersuari Toro Rosso + 1:11.301
12. De la Rosa Sauber-Ferrari + 1:14.084
13. Kovalainen Lotus-Cosworth +2 laps
14. Chandhok + HRT-Cosworth 4 laps

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