Charles Leclerc reigned supreme in the afternoon sunshine at Albert Park while the two other podium places were made up of rival teams Red Bull and Mercedes. The Leclerc masterclass now puts him 33 points clear of any other title rival in a strong championship bid for the Scuderia.
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The Formula One circus heads back to Europe this weekend
Although Sebastian Vettel admittedly won the 2010 Malaysian Grand Prix on merit, the event reminded several seasoned F1 campaigners that indecision can be extremely costly in Formula One, writes CAR associate editor Mike Fourie.
In his commentary on the Australian Grand Prix, CAR associate editor Mike Fourie draws a parallel between the McLaren driver pairing of 2010 and that of the team’s controversial line-up of Alain Prost and Ayrton Senna in the ’80s.
Surely the boffins in charge of a grand prix team have to have a pretty high level of intelligence?
The Vodafone McLaren Mercedes team has unveiled its 2008 championship contender at the Mercedes-Benz museum in Stuttgart, Germany. Heikki Kovalainen and Pedro de la Rosa will test the MP4-23 on January 9 in Jerez, Spain.