Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button expect to make more progress with the revised McLaren.
Sauber say they will not appeal their exclusion from the Australian Grand Prix.
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Red Bull began 2011 as they ended 2010 – with Sebastian Vettel charging to victory.
McLaren scored a surprise podium but Button’s penalty prevented a better result.
Ferrari were 1.5s slower than Red Bull in qualifying and needed an extra pit stop in the race.
Both Mercedes drivers retired after being hit by rivals in Melbourne.
Vitaly Petrov beat Fernando Alonso and Mark Webber to claim his first ever podium finish.
Neither Williams finished in Australia after driver errors and car failures.
Paul di Resta scored a point on his debut for Force India after the Saubers were disqualified.
Rookie Sergio Perez pulled off a surprise by making just one pit stop during the Australian Grand Prix.
Lotus qualified two seconds behind the midfield but showed signs of better performance.
Sebastien Buemi was unhappy after Jaime Alguersuari’s driving at the start of the race.
Virgin only narrowly managed to get both cars into the first race of the year.
HRT fell foul of the revived 107% rule after completing just seven laps in practice.
Lewis Hamilton now shares the record for the longest F1 career spent driving for a single team with Jim Clark.
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Pictures from the 2011 Australian Grand Prix at Albert Park.
Both Saubers have been disqualified due to a technical infringement.