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Jenson Button wins the 2010 Australian GP
Hamilton comes over the radio saying his tyre have gone off.
Hamilton and Alonso still fighting
Alonso struggling ahead on Hamilton
Alonso Still back on Massa
Mark Webber set on fastest lap:1:28:483
Hamilton set again pace lap:1:28:591
Vettel problem was braking failure.
Webber set again fastest:1:28:737
Hamilton set on fastest lap:1:28:754
Massa still going on head alonso
Button now 10.1 seconds clear on leading
Button on leading race and set fastest lap:1:30:201
Kubica and Hamilton Fighting
Hamilton fighting to aim second place
Roseberg push on hamilton
Vettil was the vibration problem
Hamilton has dropped off Kubica
Hamilton should pass the
While all eyes were turned to Vettel, Hamilton got by Rosberg, taking his slipstream. However, Rosberg will later argue that it was the yellow flag ahead of him that stopped from fighting back
Vettel set on fastest:1:32:439
Hamilton set on fastest lap:1:33:039
Jenson Button Set on fastest lap:1:39:026
Massa, Roseberg. Kubica in PIT
Alonso set on fastest lap 1:41:392
Safety car out of the trak, race come back
Safety still on the track
Buemi, Hulkenberg, kobayashi, Trulli out of the race
Kobayashi big hit into first sector
Shumi wing lose
Sebastian buemi out of the race
Now more continues rain fall on track
track temp 24 degree C
Track temperature is plummeting with the drops of rain
Glock and Di Grassi to start from pitlane
Pit line Now Closed

“rain predicted 10mins before start and light, could be an interesting 30mins.”

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