Pre-race analysis: Australian GP

Pre-race analysis: Australian GP

In the first of a series of new features for 2010, Adam Cooper analyses the state of play after Melbourne qualifying, and investigates how the race might unfold

After the disappointment that was Bahrain, Formula 1 is in desperate need of an exciting Australian GP on Sunday. Will we get one? Well quite possibly, especially if we have the sort of safety car carnage that we have grown used to over the years. The threat of rain adds another intriguing element. But without either or both of those factors, the chances are we'll see a demonstration run from Red Bull Racing.

"I think the weather and the safety cars will be the spectacle tomorrow, to be honest," says Ross Brawn. "And I think the start will be very important..."

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