We were hoping that there would be no need for the F1 stewards to determine the final results of today's race. Well we got our wish, the stewards didn't interfere, but mother nature did.
Jenson Button has managed to claim pole position again for the second race of the 2009 Formula 1 season. It seemed like we were going to witness another 1-2 pole position for the Brawn GP drivers, but Toyota's Jarno Trulli managed get in the way of that, snatching second place on the starting grid. Sebastien Vettel will start at third place, while Button's team mate, Rubens Barrichello, will start fourth on the grid.
What a turn of events. We all knew that the changes made to the F1 cars would rearrange the starting grid and and indeed who would end up winning. But it still comes as a surprise to see Jenson Button on pole position for tommorrow's race at Melbourne. Considering the past few seasons haven't exactly been favourable for the British driver, and the fact that he and his team mate Rubens Barrichello are racing for the all new racing team Brawn GP, it comes as a fantastic start to both Button and the new team.