2015 Formula One Australian GP; Not A Source Of Entertainment Anymore

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2015 Formula One season begun this Sunday in Melbourne, Australia. If you are wondering how the race went along, lets just say it was disappointing. Mercedes begun their year from where it ended last year with Lewis and Nico on the top step of the podium.

Scuderia Ferrari fans found something to rejoice about with new recruit Vettel finishing third. For a real race fan though there was nothing to be happy as the Spaniard was 30 seconds adrift.

Daniel Ricciardo, who was last years rising star from Red Bull Racing, ended the race in sixth place. He termed it was a boring outing for fans of the sport. The Australian was lapped although he was in 6th place, showcasing sheer prowess of Mercedes powered vehicles.

McLaren Honda had nothing great to take back this weekend. Jenson Button finished last in 11th place. It was a sad sight to witness the British driver being overtaken twice by race leaders. Team mate Magnussen failed to start the race with mechanical issues.

Red Bull Racing's, Christian Horner made his displeasure open and commented they could quit F1. He believes the current rules will kill the sport and fans themselves could lose interest. Some measure should be taken to equalise the grid.

Fernando Alonso, who sat out of the season opener is excited to go racing in Malaysian GP. It is scheduled for 28th March with qualifying and main race will be on 29th March. We like that Mercedes is dominating the rooster, however, we would like some fight from rival teams.

We personally think the race is boring if only two drivers are competing for top spots. It seems like all teams are only fighting for third place. We are okay if the drivers were superior, however, it is the engine that is dominating. Tell us what you think should be the solution?

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