Top 10 on the grid in Melbourne!

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    Prisoner Monkeys

    The myth that Jenson is the tyre whisperer is the only thing he has going for him

    Yeah, it’s not like he’s won a World Championship, or fifteen Grands Prix …

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    @JamieFranklinF1 Maybe i understood wrong, but “top 10 on the grid”, id thought about startposition, order they qualified in. Webber outqualified Vettel last year.

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    I have no idea what I’m typing. Just starting at the top and seeing what happens:

    1. (uhm.. I’m stuck already…)

    1. Grosjean
    2. Vettel
    3. Maldonado
    4. Raikkonen
    5. Webber
    6. Button
    7. Alonso
    8. Rosberg
    9. H├╝lkenberg
    10. Hamilton

    I think most people new to their respective teams will need a race of two to get intro the groove.

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    @ME4ME – No, you’re right :P I should have checked back for qualifying results, instead of assuming that Webber wasn’t as good, due to his usual finishes at his home race. I apologise :)

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    Duncan Smith

    1. Hamilton
    2. Button
    3. Rosberg
    4. Vettel
    5. Grosjean
    6. Alonso
    7. Webber
    8. Raikonnen
    9. Perez
    10. Maldonado

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    How it actually went:
    1. Sebastian Vettel
    2. Mark Webber
    3. Lewis Hamilton
    4. Felipe Massa
    5. Fernando Alonso
    6. Nico Rosberg
    7. Kimi Raikkonen
    8. Romain Grosjean
    9. Paul di Resta
    10. Jenson Button

    I correctly predicted the Red Bull front row, Alonso in 5th, Rosberg in 6th and Button in 10th.

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