Dealing with paranoid teams, rescuing Ferraris and dodging rain storms – all in a weekend’s work for a marshal at the Australian Grand Prix.
Australian Grand Prix winner Jenson Button won your vote for Driver of the Weekend.
After months of waiting, F1 Fanatics finally got to see some racing, and rated the season opener 7.6/10.
A selection of the best videos shot by F1 fans during the Australian Grand Prix weekend.
Michael Schumacher was keen to keep photographers from snapping his car’s front wing after spinning in final practice in Melbourne.
A selection of the best pictures from the first race weekend of the season.
Red Bull failed to get on the front row of the grid for the first time in 24 races. Read on for more Australian Grand Prix stats and facts.
Which F1 driver had the best race weekend in Melbourne? Vote for the best driver of the Australian Grand Prix weekend.
Analyse the Australian Grand Prix with the interactive lap chart and race progress charts.
Jenson Button set the fastest lap of the Australian Grand Prix and Jean-Eric Vergne was sixth-quickest. Compare all the drivers’ lap times.
Ferrari may be struggling with their car but they were by far the fastest team in the pits in Melbourne.
Heikki Kovalainen has been handed a five-place penalty on the grid for next week’s Malaysian Grand Prix.
The 2012 F1 season got off to an exciting start at the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne. Check out the pictures from today’s race.
Jenson Button produced a dominant performance to win the first race of 2012 ahead of Sebastian Vettel.
Jenson Button and McLaren top the championship tables after their victory in the first race of 2012.
Jenson Button won the opening race of 2012 ahead of Sebastian Vettel.
What did you think of the Australian Grand Prix? Share your verdict on today’s race.
Join us to follow the first race of 2012 on F1 Fanatic Live – it’s time for the Australian Grand Prix.
The curtain-raiser for the 2012 season looks alive with possibilities and fascinating storylines.
Qualifying for the Australian Grand Prix showed F1 fans can expect a close season of racing in 2012.