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Starting Grid – 2015 Australian Grand Prix



Reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton took a spectacular pole position for Australian GP and he beat team-mate Nico Rosberg by more than half a second as Mercedes entirely dominated.

1.  Lewis Hamilton – 1:26.327
Mercedes GP
2.  Nico Rosberg – 1:26.921
Mercedes GP
3.  Felipe Massa – 1:27.718
4.  Sebastian Vettel – 1:27.757
5.  Kimi Raikkonen – 1:27.790
6.  Valtteri Bottas – 1:28.087
7.  Daniel Ricciardo – 1:28.329
Red Bull
8.  Carlos Sainz – 1:28.510
Toro Rosso
9.  Romain Grosjean – 1:28.560
10.  Pastor Maldonado – 1:29.480
11.  Felipe Nasr – 1:28.800
12.  Max Verstappen – 1:28.868
Toro Rosso
13.  Daniil Kvyat – 1:29.070
Re d Bull
14.  Nico Hulkenberg – 1:29.208
Force India
15.  Sergio Perez – 1:29.209
Force India
16.  Marcus Ericsson – 1:31.376
17.  Jenson Button– 1:31.422
18.  Kevin Magnuseen – 1:32.07
19.  Will Stevens – No time
Manor GP
20.  Roberto Merhi – No time
Manor GP

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