2014 Australian Grand Prix grid

2014 Australian Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, Albert Park, 2014

Row 1 1. Lewis Hamilton 1’44.231
2. Daniel Ricciardo 1’44.547
Red Bull
Row 2 3. Nico Rosberg 1’44.595
4. Kevin Magnussen 1’45.745
Row 3 5. Fernando Alonso 1’45.819
6. Jean-Eric Vergne 1’45.864
Toro Rosso
Row 4 7. Nico Hulkenberg 1’46.03
Force India
8. Daniil Kvyat 1’47.368
Toro Rosso
Row 5 9. Felipe Massa 1’48.079
10. Jenson Button 1’44.437
Row 6 11. Kimi Raikkonen 1’44.494
12. Sebastian Vettel 1’44.668
Red Bull
Row 7 13. Adrian Sutil 1’45.655
14. Kamui Kobayashi 1’45.867
Row 8 15. Valtteri Bottas* 1’48.147
16. Sergio Perez 1’47.293
Force India
Row 9 17. Max Chilton 1’34.293
18. Jules Bianchi 1’34.794
Row 10 19. Marcus Ericsson 1’35.157
20. Romain Grosjean 1’36.993
Row 11 21. Pastor Maldonado No time
22. Esteban Gutierrez* 1’35.117

*Five-place penalty for gearbox change

Image © Daimler/Hoch Zwei

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172 comments on 2014 Australian Grand Prix grid

  1. Paul2013 said on 15th March 2014, 8:00

    HA HA HA SO VETEL, THE EXTREMLY GOOD DRIVER, DRIVING A NORMAL CAR ENDS 12…. fantastic, now everyone can understand better his winings.

    • Max Jacobson (@vettel1) said on 15th March 2014, 8:04

      I suppose you also judged Alonso’s whole season in 2012 on the basis of him crashing in qualifying in Australia?

      • Neel Jani (@neelv27) said on 15th March 2014, 8:11

        @vettel1 For them it’s concluded. Season is over as far as the battle of the Bulls is concerned. Truly amazing how they jump to conclusions where Vettel is involved.

      • quads said on 15th March 2014, 12:12

        Ridiculous comparason.
        1. VET, even though he does often in stressful situations, did not crash in 2014
        2. VET, had a package with pace fully capable of front row, as proven by his less experienced team mate’s time/position. Significantly better than the Ferrari of 2012 which was 1.5s behind pole sitter and quite a handful (refer to onboards footage to see his fights with it)
        3. ALO in 2012, although was out already at Q2 due to the below par quality of the package , was still ahead of his very experienced team mate at the final grid.

  2. wayne (@waynedru78) said on 15th March 2014, 8:13

    10th 11th and 12th place were all good enough to get into the top 5 in final quali we are going too see a few cars coming up through the field tomorrow all 1.44mins

  3. Uzair Syed (@ultimateuzair) said on 15th March 2014, 8:14

    Hooray for F1 after Vettel starts in 12th! That could be a news headline. :P

  4. Paul2013 said on 15th March 2014, 8:19

    Vettel is going to be the next Jenson Button. When he has to compete with a regular car he disappears.

  5. pxcmerc (@pcxmerc) said on 15th March 2014, 8:30

    How about Max Chilton, not bad. Maybe if he keeps it on the road he can pull in a few more spots.

  6. bharat (@bharat141) said on 15th March 2014, 9:17

    Great qualifying session. With the field so mixed. We have HAM, RIC, ROS, MAG, HUL, ALO on front with VET, BUT, MAS, BOT, PER, RAI chasing them. The results can be very very unpredictable. It the race pans out as brilliant as I assume it should, we will forget all the rule changes, and things we were talking about in preseason and get back in the fanaticism of F1. Bring it on guys for a great race.

  7. Funkyf1 (@funkyf1) said on 15th March 2014, 11:31

    I’m just excited to see a mixed bag at the start of a new season, isn’t this what we all wanted? Mechanical failures, software issues or driver errors are all part of racing. It can happen to anyone, but the situation we have right now will surely create a exciting race! Can’t argue with that now can we?

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