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J Button Reclaims Victory On Australian Grand Prix

After two consecutive titles, Red Bull and Sebastian Vettel finished second in Melbourne as McLaren’s 2009 champion Button jumped to an early 7-point lead over Vettel.

It is the first time in 23 races – more than an entire season – that Red Bull have not led a single lap during a grand prix.

“He (Button) was just too quick,” said Vettel. “He deserved to win today.”

F1 jumps directly from Australia to Malaysia, but Button is planning a party first.

“I’m very excited to go to Malaysia,” the Briton smiled, “but I’m not thinking about that now.”

Final Results Of Australian Grand Prix :

Pos  No  Driver                        Team                                            Laps Time/Retired Grid Pts
1        3    Jenson Button        McLaren-Mercedes                58 1:34:09.565 2              25
2        1    Sebastian Vettel     Red Bull Racing-Renault      58 +2.1 secs 6                    18
3        4    Lewis Hamilton      McLaren-Mercedes                58 +4.0 secs 1                    15
4        2    Mark Webber          Red Bull Racing-Renault       58 +4.5 secs 5                    12
5        5    Fernando Alonso  Ferrari                                          58 +21.5 secs 12                10
6      14   Kamui Kobayashi   Sauber-Ferrari                         58 +36.7 secs 13                 8
7        9   Kimi Räikkönen       Lotus-Renault                          58 +38.0 secs 17                 6
8      15   Sergio Perez              Sauber-Ferrari                         58 +39.4 secs 22                 4
9      16   Daniel Ricciardo     STR-Ferrari                               58 +39.5 secs 10                  2
10   11   Paul di Resta             Force India-Mercedes          58 +39.7 secs 15                  1
11    17  Jean-Eric                   Vergne STR-Ferrari                58 +39.8 secs 11
12     8   Nico Rosberg           Mercedes                                     58 +57.6 secs 7
13    18  Pastor Maldonado Williams-Renault                      57 Accident 8
14    24  Timo Glock               Marussia-Cosworth                  57 +1 Lap 20
15    25 Charles Pic                Marussia-Cosworth                   53 Oil pressure 21
16    19 Bruno Senna             Williams-Renault                       52 Accident damage 14
Ret    6 Felipe Massa             Ferrari                                           46 Accident damage 16
Ret  20 Heikki Kovalainen Caterham-Renault                    38 Suspension 18
Ret  21 Vitaly Petrov           Caterham-Renault                    34 Steering 19
Ret  7 Michael Schumacher Mercedes                                  10 Gearbox 4
Ret 10 Romain Grosjean      Lotus-Renault                          1 Accident 3
Ret 12 Nico Hulkenberg       Force India-Mercedes          0 Accident damage 9
DNQ 22 Pedro de la Rosa     HRT-Cosworth
DNQ 23 Narain Karthikeyan HRT-Cosworth

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