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Lewis Hamilton will start the defence of his world title from pole position after dominating qualifying for the Australian GP. Noah Hanifin Jersey . But while the F1 world champion impressed, the new elimination-style qualifying fell flat with Sky F1s Martin Brundle calling for it to be abolished immediately and Hamiltons Mercedes boss Toto Wolff branding it rubbish.Hamiltons pole was the 50th of his F1 career with the Englishman eight tenths clear of the first non-Mercedes car. I enjoyed driving the car today, there were some sexy laps. They just flowed, no mistakes, Hamilton said.Nico Rosberg secured a Silver Arrows front row lock out with his final lap in Q3 to leap ahead of both Ferraris after Scuderia pair Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen sat out the final five minutes. Sky Sports F1s Martin Brundle and David Croft give their damning verdict on the new F1 qualifying format which resulted in no action for the last four min Conclusions from qualifying for the Australian GPThe new format saw only the two Mercedes drivers attempt a second run, with the 90-second elimination clock not giving some of the drivers enough time to pit for fresh tyres and complete a flying lap.And that produced a rather dull conclusion to qualifying with pole position secured with around four minutes of the session remaining and the final minutes ticking down with no cars on track. Weve made a step forward, tomorrow we should be quite a bit closer and we expected them to be strong in qualifying, said Vettel.I was happy with the run I had in the end so we called it there and saved a set of tyres for tomorrow.Kimi Raikkonen was fourth quickest ahead of an impressive Max Verstappen who was fifth for Toro Rosso. The young Dutchman edged out the Williams of Felipe Massa, with Carlos Sainz and Daniel Ricciardo completing the top eight.The final minutes of Q2 also saw no cars on track as the two Force India drivers returned to the pits rather than trying to improve on the ninth and 10th places for Sergio Perez and Nico Hulkenberg respectively. Qualifying has to change Sky Sports F1s Martin Brundle says qualifying has to change immediately Valtteri Bottas was a disappointing 11th for Williams, just ahead of the McLarens of Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button.We didnt have any tyres left. In the end it all works out with the quicker tyres towards the front as they have more tyres left from Q1 so nothing has really changed, Button told Sky Sports F1.P12 and P13 is slightly better than I expected coming here, it is not too bad a starting point. Behind the two McLarens came the two Renaults, with Jolyon Palmer out-qualifying Kevin Magnussen on the French marques return to F1.Daniil Kvyat was the biggest name to drop out qualifying early on with the Red Bull man only 18th.It felt like a bit wrong positioning, a bit wrong everything and it caught us out a bit, Kvyat told Sky Sports F1.We will have to really learn for today.Pascal Wehrlein was the first man to be eliminated under the new qualifying regulations. Manor only sent their drivers out for one flying lap and both were sat in the garage as the elimination clock hit zero.However, Wehrlein will still start ahead of team-mate Rio Haryanto after the Indonesian picked up a three-place grid penalty for a collision with Grosjean during final practice. Haas Romain Grosjean and Manors Rio Haryanto make contact with one another during the Australian Grand Prix. Q31. Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, 1:23.8372. Nico Rosberg, Mercedes, 1:24.1973. Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari, 1:24.6754. Kimi Raikkonen, Ferrari, 1:25.0335. Max Verstappen, Toro Rosso, 1:25.4346. Felipe Massa, Williams, 1:25.4587. Carlos Sainz, Toro Rosso, 1:25.5828. Daniel Ricciardo, Red Bull, 1:25.589Q29. Sergio Perez, Force India, 1:25.75310. Nico Hulkenberg, Force India, 1:25.86511. Valtteri Bottas, Williams, 1:25.96112. Fernando Alonso, McLaren, 1:26.12513. Jenson Button, McLaren, 1:26.30414. Jolyon Palmer, Renault, 1:27.60115. Kevin Magnussen, Renault, 1:27.742Q116. Marcus Ericsson, Sauber, 1:27.43517. Felipe Nasr, Sauber, 1:27.95818. Daniil Kvyat, Red Bull, 1:28.00619. Romain Grosjean, Haas, 1:28.32220. Esteban Gutierrez, Haas, 1:29.60621. Rio Haryanto, Manor, 1:29.62722. Pascal Wehrlein, Manor, 1:29.642The first race of the 2016 F1 season, the Australian GP, is exclusively live on Sky Sports F1. The race in Melbourne starts at 5am on Sunday. Every race live in 2016 Sky Sports F1 brings you every race live in 2016. Fast and easy online upgrade - click here. Also See: What time is the Australian GP? Brundle: Qualy has to change Jeff Skinner Hurricanes Jersey . Kyle Denbrook, a soccer player from Saint Marys University, took the CIS male athlete of the week honour. Stanley, a fourth-year business administration student from Charlottetown, scored both goals in a 2-0 win over Dalhousie on Friday and tallied again in a 1-0 win over Saint Marys on Sunday. Jay McClement Hurricanes Jersey . The club announced Friday that Mauro Biello will be kept on as an assistant to coach Jesse Marsch when the Impact join the MLS in 2012. . 1 Pete Sampras. Speaking ahead of an exhibition match against Andre Agassi in London on March 3, Sampras said on a conference call Wednesday that he is impressed by Federers longevity. NEW ORLEANS -- Tyreke Evans hit the final shot. Jrue Holiday made every big play before that to put the New Orleans Pelicans in position to win. Evans sank a mid-range, pull-up jumper with 1.2 seconds left, and Holiday scored 15 of his season-high 31 points in the fourth quarter as the Pelicans beat the Portland Trail Blazers 110-108 on Monday night. Holiday, acquired in a draft-night trade with Philadelphia last June, connected on seven shots in the fourth when the score was tied or New Orleans led by two or fewer points. He also tied his season high for assists with 13. "I was just being aggressive," he said. "They were backing off on the screen-and-roll where I had the guard behind him, and I had a lot of confidence in my shot. I just felt good and it came at a good time." Evans big basket came right after Portlands Damian Lillard, who has hit several game-winners this season, made a contested 3-pointer to tie the score at 108. New Orleans, which won its fourth in a row at home, never trailed in the second half but never led by more than five in the final 10 minutes. Anthony Davis added 27 points, 12 rebounds and five blocks. Evans had 20 points, getting his first eight baskets in the lane before making his first jump shot at the end. The opportunity came after Holiday pushed the ball up the court instead of calling a timeout when Lillards 3-pointer rolled in with 10.9 seconds left. "It really kind of gets them off guard," Holiday said. "Sometimes when they celebrate like that, well go right back down in 2 or 3 seconds. Thats definitely big for us." Davis then forced LaMarcus Aldridge into a tough shot from the baseline that bounced off the top of the backboard and came after the buzzer anyway. "I thought they were going to try to give him the ball and hit a jump shot," Davis said. "I just tried to play good defence on him and put my hands up and make him shoot real high." Lillard scored 29 points and Aldridge had 28 for Portland (24-7), which lost its second straight. "Its a lot of stuff," Lillard said. "This was just a game that we couldnt pull out our best abilities. We just need to learn from this game and use it in a way to win our next one." Holiday answered every Portland challenge down the stretch. When thhe Blazers scored the first seven points of the fourth to tie the score at 89, he sank a 3-pointer. Eddie Lack Hurricanes Jersey. Holiday then hit an outside shot and a buzzer-beating driving bank to keep the Pelicans ahead 98-95. After Nicolas Batum missed a free throw that would have given Portland its first lead since 33-32 in the second quarter, Holiday sank a floater to make the score 100-98. After Aldridge missed an outside shot with the score tied at 100, Holiday sank one from just beyond the free throw line. "He was excellent in the fourth quarter," Evans said. "He was in control. Thats what hes here for." The Blazers, who have struggled defensively lately, allowed the Pelicans to hit 53.9 per cent of their shots. Portland entered having allowed an average of 111.8 points in its last four games. "There are a lot of causes," Blazers coach Terry Stotts said. "Its penetration, its not helping out one another, its transition." The Pelicans limited the Blazers to 44.3 per cent shooting, and Davis was a major factor. He blocked two fallaway attempts from Aldridge before stifling him on the final shot. The Pelicans dominated the first half statistically -- shooting 52.2 per cent to the Blazers 38.3 per cent and outrebounding them 28-19 -- so New Orleans 56-49 lead at the break felt as though it should have been larger. New Orleans outrebounded the Blazers 18-8 in the first quarter, had a 10-0 advantage in second-chance points and held Lillard to one basket. The Pelicans also committed only one turnover, yet were up only 26-21. That advantage disappeared quickly when Dorell Wright and Lillard sank consecutive 3-pointers to put Portland ahead 33-32 early in the second, but Evans scored six in a row to start a 12-0 New Orleans run. NOTES: Pelicans guard Eric Gordon missed his third consecutive game with a bruised right hip. ... Pelicans centre Jason Smith sat out with a left shoulder injury. He had missed three games with a bruised right knee before returning against Houston on Saturday. ... New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton sat courtside a day after his team clinched its fourth NFL playoff berth in the last five years. ... The Pelicans Ryan Anderson had made at least one 3-pointer in all 20 games he played in this season and 26 in a row dating to last season. NFL Jerseys China ' ' '
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