Red Bull and Ferrari were closely-matched over longer runs in first practice.
Mark Webber set the fastest time in the dying moments of the first practice session in Melbourne.
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The final day of the off-season saw the usual pre-race activities in Melbourne.
With Red Bull likely to have the fastest car, the first race is an opportunity for Mark Webber.
There is a little rain around in Melbourne ahead of the first race weekend of the year.
Live TV times for the 2011 Australian Grand Prix.
Sheep shearing and Australian football among the drivers’ activities in Melbourne.
Felipe Massa says he is very comfortable with the Drag Reduction System.
Pastor Maldonado says he feels “more than ready” to start his first F1 race this weekend.
Virgin team principal John Booth admits his team face a difficult start to 2011.
HRT team principal Colin Kolles hopes their untested F111 will not give them “too many surprises”.
HRT will display a Japanese flag on their car during the Australian Grand Prix weekend.
Jenson Button “wouldn’t rule out” a third win in a row in Melbourne, but admits it doesn’t look likely.
Lewis Hamilton admits McLaren face a tough start to the season in Melbourne.
Ross Brawn says Mercedes’ preparations for 2011 have “gone as well as we could have wanted”.
“I feel I have to do something, I want to help.”
The 2011 Australian Grand Prix is at risk as the event’s promoters and the race organisers have failed to resolve a dispute.