After 4 months out F1 is back and at one of the most exciting racetracks on the calender, Melbourne, Australia. The only thing we can gather from testing is that Red Bull and McLaren are meeting expectations, and Ferrari aren't, as for the other teams, no one knows. Will McLaren step up to the challenge for 2012? What about Fernando Alonso or Mark Webber after disappointing seasons last year? Or will Sebastian Vettel finger the competition for another year? It's time for the.... Qantas Australian Grand Prix From Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit, Albert Park, Melbourne, Australia DRS Zones: There will be two activation points, one along the main straight like last year, the second will most likely be between turns 2 and 3 or turns 12 and 13. Tyres: Tyres used will be Soft and Medium, the tyres this season should be slightly more durable than last season, in an effort to make a two-stop strategy equal to a three-stop. Standings: Errrm, not yet Weather: Highly detailed forecast here Rain likely Friday, small chances on Saturday and Sunday.