Through The Lens: The F1 Australian Grand Prix

Our favorite livery won with our favorite driver behind the wheel in Melbourne. Also, Hamilton did well with his new ride, Red Bull was not faster than the others, while McLaren has a lot to improve in the next two weeks. Wasn't bad for a season starter, was it?

Sutil could hope until his tires gave up the game, but Alonso and especially Felipe Massa made and impressive enterance with their Ferraris. Happy times for Luca di Montezemo!

On the other hand, the two Force Indias finished in front of Jenson Button even with their overcooked tyres, while Sergio Perez couldn't score points like Hamilton did for this first race with Mercedes. Looks like quite a bit of headache for McLaren...

Kimi Räikkönen called it an easy win, which translates to great tactics and a flawless car. Lotus, this is how the Iceman says thanks!

Through The Lens: The F1 Australian Grand Prix

The drivers of the 2013 season pose for a start of season photo.

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Through The Lens: The F1 Australian Grand Prix

Strange activities of the weekend No.1: Sir Jack Brabham & Alan Jones fromer F1 World Champions unveiling busts cast in their honour.

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Through The Lens: The F1 Australian Grand Prix

Marshalls clearing water from the track during qualifying.

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Through The Lens: The F1 Australian Grand Prix

How to make an official portrait! Original & natural above all.

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Through The Lens: The F1 Australian Grand Prix

Vettel qualified for pole, Webber second, Hamilton third.

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Through The Lens: The F1 Australian Grand Prix

Silverstone=rabbits, Melbourne=seagulls

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Through The Lens: The F1 Australian Grand Prix

Strange activities of the weekend No.2: two Ferraris co-operating at the start.

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Through The Lens: The F1 Australian Grand Prix

Vettel was quick, Raikkonen was quicker.

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Through The Lens: The F1 Australian Grand Prix

Nico Rosberg, Mercedes retires early.

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Through The Lens: The F1 Australian Grand Prix

Sutil, still on ok tyres, before the strategy collapsed.

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Through The Lens: The F1 Australian Grand Prix

This is the way to make Kimi smile!

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Through The Lens: The F1 Australian Grand Prix

Strange activities of the weekend No.3: Shining smiles from the drivers, the third Vettel, the first Mr.Iceman & the second Mr. We.

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Words and selection by Natalie Polgar.