Here's how the field will roll off for Sunday's Australian GP.
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Lewis Hamilton - Mercedes
This is Lewis Hamilton's 62nd career pole position.
Sebastian Vettel - Ferrari
Sebastian Vettel was able to stop Mercedes from sweeping the front row.
Valtteri Bottas - Mercedes
Valtteri Bottas showed that he could run up close to his new teammate during qualifying, but finishes off of the front row.
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Kimi Raikkonen - Ferrari
Kimi Raikkonen will be hoping for more luck this year, after a fire stopped him from having a solid finish at the 2016 Australian GP.
Max Verstappen - Red Bull
Max Verstappen hasn't been that happy with his car this weekend, but put it fifth on the grid.
Romain Grosjean - Haas
Romain Grosjean put the Haas F1 Team sixth on the grid in just its second season. He starts 11 spots ahead of his teammate.
Felipe Massa - Williams
Felipe Massa showed that he could still get the job done after his retirement... of 0 races.
Carlos Sainz - Toro Rosso
The Red Bull Racing sister team had both of its cars go into Q3.
Daniil Kvyat - Toro Rosso
Daniil Kvyat has qualified but failed to make the start of the 2015 and 2016 Australian Grand Prix.
Sergio Perez - Force India
Neither Force India made it into Q3, but Perez gets to start 10th due to Daniel Ricciardo's gearbox penalty.
Nico Hulkenberg - Renault
Nico Hulkenberg will start eight places ahead of his teammate.
Fernando Alonso - McLaren
Fernando Alonso reported a loss of power in the closing turns during his qualifying run.
Esteban Ocon - Force India
This will be Esteban Ocon's first Australian GP.
Marcus Ericsson - Sauber
Marcus Ericsson will line up ahead of his teammate, despite appearing slower than him through most of Q1.
Daniel Ricciardo - Red Bull
Daniel Ricciardo failed to set a time in Q3 after spinning out into the wall. He drops from 10th to 15th on the grid with a gearbox penalty.
Antonio Giovinazzi - Sauber
Antonio Giovinazzi will make his F1 debut in place of Pascal Wehrlein, who doesn't feel fit enough to race. Giovinazzi had been faster than his teammate Marcus Ericsson throughout most of Q1, but made a mistake on his final lap.
Kevin Magnussen - Haas
Kevin Magnussen will start 11 spots behind his teammate after running off during his final qualifying lap.
Stoffel Vandoorne - McLaren
Stoffel Vandoorne failed to advance out of Q1 after a reported fuel flow issue.
Jolyon Palmer - Renault
Jolyon Palmer turned the slowest time in qualifying and didn't feel his car had been repaired correctly after his crash in Friday's practice.
Lance Stroll - Williams
Lance Stroll qualified 19th but has a five-place grid penalty for a gearbox change after a crash in Saturday's practice.