Red Bull Racing will be looking to kick start its 2014 season after a disappointing Australian Grand Prix ended with neither driver officially finishing the race.
Reigning champion Sebastien Vettel struggled all weekend, failing to make it into Q3 and only lasting three laps before his power unit forced him out of the Grand Prix. It was an entirely different story for team-mate Daniel Ricciardo, however.
Making his debut for the Red Bull Racing team, Ricciardo qualified on the front row of the grid for his home race, a position he would hold until the chequered flag, taking a popular second placed result in front of his home fans. He would later be disqualified for a fuel flow discrepancy....
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