F1 called ‘dull as dishwater’

The AAP's Steve Larkin wrote after one lap of Sunday's Australian Grand Prix, "there were just 13 cars left in the race." After the last lap, "there were just 13 spectators awake." Ricciardo was among the drivers fearing for F1's future after labeling as "boring"; Mercedes'; one-two procession at Albert Park. Ricciardo said, "I feel a bit for the fans. It was a boring race. It was frustrating." Vettel said, "For sure it's not great for the people" AAP.

In Sydney, Will Swanton wrote "it would be ludicrous to sugarcoat the tension-sapping inevitability" of Hamilton's "humdrum triumph at the Australian Grand Prix." To use the vernacular, "this was as boring as batshit." Dull "as dishwater." F1 has a "serious problem on its hands … predictability is the pits." Vettel said that "he wanted to gatecrash the Mercedes garage to discover why they had such a superior automobile." He said, "Joking." Hamilton and Rosberg "seem the only contenders for this year's world title." What "a yawn for everyone other than Hamilton and Rosberg." Fans "are being lost in droves." THE AUSTRALIAN

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