Vettel celebrates his win on the podium with Hamilton in Melbourne.
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Mercedes' joy at their searing "party mode" pace during qualifying disappeared quickly Sunday as a virtual safety car and an apparent software glitch cost Lewis Hamilton an Australian Grand Prix victory.Pole-sitting champion Hamilton appeared set to coast to an emphatic win in the season-opener at Albert Park but by the end of the race, Ferrari rival Sebastian Vettel was the man beaming from the top of the podium in front of a sea of fans.The German, who started third and inherited the lead when Hamilton pitted earlier in the race, re-entered just in front of the Mercedes and held off the fuming Briton at one of the hardest overtaking tracks in the series.
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