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Australian Grand Prix Starting Grid



Four-time world champions Lewis Hamilton breaks record of Ayrton Senna’s long-lasting six pole positions in the Australian GP with a flying lap that put him almost seven tenths clear of his nearest rival Kimi Raikkonen.

Home hero Daniel Ricciardo will start from eighth on the grid following suffering a controversial three-place grid penalty for driving too quickly back to the pits during a red flag period in Friday practice.


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