The Danish driver will hold on to P7, but the team were fined €5,000 after their man blocked Racing Point’s Sergio Perez.
— Vincent Bruins (@VincentJBruins) March 16, 2019
Fortunately, despite Magnussen swooping out of his garage in front of the Mexican, both drivers avoided contact.
— Albert Fabrega (@AlbertFabrega) March 16, 2019
The American outfit will once again start the Australian GP in promising positions, with Romain Grosjean just ahead of his team-mate in P6.
Mercedes were the talk of the day however, with both drivers shattering the one-lap record around Albert Park.
Lewis Hamilton would ultimately snatch pole, six tenths clear of Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel in P3.
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