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Brawn GP take one-two victory in Melbourne - Kimi DNF
Sunday, 29 March 2009

Jenson Button and Rubens Barrichello gave Brawn GP a stunning debut one-two in the dramatic season-opening Australian Grand Prix, which finished behind the safety car after Sebastian Vettel and Robert Kubica tangled while fighting for second.

Ferrari's race fell apart in the closing stages. Massa slowed and retired, while Raikkonen spun into the wall and broke his front wing, before also parking in the garage with three laps to go...

Yarno Trulli started from the pit lane after Toyota’s rear wing infringement yesterday, but hauled through to take the final podium finish, while a very determined drive brought a hugely valuable fourth place for McLaren's Lewis Hamilton. The world champion was briefly third in the dying stages after Trulli ran off track behind the safety car, before the Italian subsequently retook the place - an infringement which prompted stewards to subsequently add 25s to his race time, later dropping him to 12th.

In the second Toyota Timo Glock came home fifth. The German survived a spin while battling from his own pit lane start, when he and Fernando Alonso tangled.

The Spaniard brought his Renault home sixth, while seventh place came as a bitter disappointment to Rosberg. The German was running fourth with six laps to go and had set fastest lap, but had used up his Bridgestone option tyres and was simply in no position to defend the place. By the finish he had rookie Sebastien Buemi thirsting after him as Toro Rosso’s Swiss driver scored a point for eighth place on his debut.

Classified:







Pos Driver Team Time




1. Button Brawn GP (B) 1h34:15.784



2. Barrichello Brawn GP (B) + 0.807



3. Trulli Toyota (B) + 1.604



4. Hamilton McLaren-Mercedes (B) + 2.914



5. Glock Toyota (B) + 4.435



6. Alonso Renault (B) + 4.879



7. Rosberg Williams-Toyota (B) + 5.722



8. Buemi Toro Rosso-Ferrari (B) + 6.004



9. Bourdais Toro Rosso-Ferrari (B) + 6.298



10. Sutil Force India-Ferrari (B) + 6.335



11. Heidfeld BMW Sauber (B) + 7.085



12. Fisichella Force India-Ferrari (B) + 7.374



13. Webber Red Bull-Renault (B) + 1 lap



14. Vettel Red Bull-Renault (B) + 2 laps



15. Kubica BMW Sauber (B) + 3 laps



16. Raikkonen Ferrari (B) + 3 laps




 
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