Connect with us

Uncategorized

Jenson Button wins dramatically Australian GP

Published

on

2009 World Champion Jenson Button has pulled in up his first win of the 2010 season. He is starting fourth place on the grid in Australian GP. The McLaren driver avoided much drama throughout the race to lead home Renault’s Robert Kubica and Ferrari’s Felipe Massa as the three other Champions fight for a variety of reasons.

More race updates to follow from Melbourne



2010 FORMULA 1 AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX RACE RESULT

Position Driver Team Lap Grid Points
1 J Button McLaren 58 4 25
2 R Kubica Renault 58 9 18
3 F Massa Ferrari 58 5 15
4 F Alonso Ferrari 58 3 12
5 N Rosberg Mercedes 58 6 10
6 L Hamilton McLaren 58 11 8
7 V Liuzzi Force India 58 13 6
8 R Barrichello Williams 58 8 4
9 M Webber RedBull 58 2 2
10 M Shumacher Mercedes 58 7 1
11 J Alguersuari Toro Rosso 58 17
12 Pedro Rosa BMW 58 14
13 H Kovalainen Lotus F1 56 19
14 K Chandhok HRT 53 24
T Glock Virgin 41 21
Lucas di Grassi Virgin 26 22
S Vettel RedBull 25 1
Adrian Sutil Force India 9 10
Vitaly Petrov Renault 9 18
Bruno Senna HRT 4 23
S Buemi Toro Rosso 0 12
Hulkenburg Williams 0 15
Kobayashi BMW 0 16
J Trulli Lotus F1 0 20

image source:planetf1.com

http://www.formula1onlive.com/feeds/posts/default?alt=rss
Comments

Latest Results




Latest F1 News

2019 F18 hours ago

Perez more optimistic about Mexico GP future

Sergio Perez is suddenly sounding more optimistic about the future of Mexico’s grand prix. Earlier, it emerged that the Mexican...

2019 F18 hours ago

Schumacher to test Alfa Romeo next week

Mick Schumacher’s first formula one test will take place next week in Bahrain. We had already reported that the son...

2019 F18 hours ago

Money not the problem for Dutch GP – Lammers

Dutch GP boss Jan Lammers says money is “not really the problem” as Zandvoort struggles to secure a F1 race...

2019 F19 hours ago

F1 should look into ‘e-fuels’ – Abiteboul

Cyril Abiteboul says F1 should look into introducing “e-fuels”. In an increasingly environmentally-minded world, the Renault boss doubts F1 did...

2019 F19 hours ago

FIA responds to 2019 start light problem

F1’s governing body is making adjustments ahead of the Bahrain grand prix so that drivers at the back of the...

2019 F110 hours ago

Boullier knew McLaren-Honda would fail

Former McLaren boss Eric Boullier said he realised immediately that the McLaren-Honda adventure would be a failure. “Already in the...

2019 F110 hours ago

Sainz hails Renault progress in 2019

Carlos Sainz has hailed the improvement made by McLaren’s engine supplier Renault over the winter. After years of struggling with...

2019 F111 hours ago

Kubica return terrible for F1 – Villeneuve

Jacques Villeneuve thinks Robert Kubica’s return to F1 is “terrible” for the sport. After an eight-year absence to recover from...

2019 F13 days ago

Williams being run with fear and terror – Ralf

Ralf Schumacher, who won all six of his F1 victories with the British team, thinks the problem at Williams could...

2019 F13 days ago

Ferrari can do better in Bahrain – Senna

Bruno Senna says Ferrari should not give up on winning the 2019 title. After Australia, where the Italian team’s winter...




Most Popular

ThisisF1.com is not affiliated with Formula 1, Formula One Management, Formula One Administration, Formula One Licensing BV, Formula One World Championship Ltd or any other organization or entity associated with the official Formula One governing organizations or their shareholders. Copyrighted material used under Fair Use/Fair Comment.

References
We could use the following leading F1 news sources for stories: SkyF1, BBC F1, Autosport, ESPN F1, FIA Media Center, MotorSport, JamesAllen and others leading authors blog.

All Rights Reserved © 2017 Prime Sport Media