ALBERT PARK-Three agile racer, Lewis Hamilton (McLaren), and the duo fantastic Mercedes Grand Prix, Michael Schumacher and Nico Rosberg, fortunately escaped the penalty grid. In fact, they are guilty of blocking other cars during qualifying Australian Grand Prix at Albert Park Circuit, Australia, on wonderful Saturday (26/3/11).
In the FIA stewards, including three times grand prix winner, Johnny Herbert, choosing only to warn the three riders, although they have the power to impose penalties to decrease the grid during the race on Sunday (27/3/11). The decision was made after seeing the video evidence and hearing what it set out three riders.
Hamilton and Rosberg violations occurred in Q2, when they block the Renault driver, Vitaly Petrov, and Sauber driver, Sergio Perez. Meanwhile, Schumacher Schumacher-greeting-Petrov hamper the pace of his teammate, Nick Heidfeld, during Q1.
From the results of qualifying, Hamilton recorded the second fastest time in the tightly competitive race tomorrow so that he start from the first row. Meanwhile, Rosberg start of the sequence from stable position of seven and Schumacher 11. Petrov achieved better results which will definitely start from the order of six, compared with Perez from position of 13 and Heidfeld of the order of 18.