Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2018 Australian Grand Prix weekend.
Lewis Hamilton and Kevin Magnussen were the RaceFans Stars of the Australian Grand Prix weekend while Valtteri Bottas and Max Verstappen struggled.
Last year Sebastian Vettel won the Australian Grand Prix because he had the fastest car. This year he won it despite not having that advantage.
McLaren got off to a good start to life with Renault by matching the best result they scored during their last three years with Honda.
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Sebastian Vettel beat Lewis Hamilton to victory in the Australian Grand Prix in a race which swung on a mid-race Virtual Safety Car period.
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The 2018 Australian Grand Prix in pictures.
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Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff is concerned Lewis Hamilton will be going into battle without a ‘tail gunner’ following Valtteri Bottas’s crash.
F1 cars are 10 seconds quicker at Albert Park than when they first visited the circuit in 1996. But one of the teams is slower than it was a year ago.
A stunning final lap by Lewis Hamilton left him six tenths of a second clear of the Ferrari drivers in qualifying. But team mate Valtteri Bottas crashed in Q3.
Lewis Hamilton leads the two Ferraris on the grid for the Australian Grand Prix.
Pictures from qualifying and final practice for the 2018 Australian Grand Prix.
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Ferrari headed the final practice session for the Australian Grand Prix by a huge margin after sending its drivers out on slicks for a late flying run on a damp track.
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Ferrari and Mercedes don’t seem to have shown their hand in Melbourne but one team has already improved on its 2017 performance.