MARK WEBBER secured Red Bull’s fifth consecutive pole position of the season in a qualifying session which was dominated by the Austrian team.
The Australian’s Q3 pole time was 1:19.995 (130.148 mph). He will start tomorrows Spanish Grand Prix ahead of his team-mate Sebastian Vettel who posted a Q3 time of 1:20.101. McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton is third on the grid with a time of 1:20.829.
Yes the Red Bull’s really are that far ahead.
The rest of the top 10 are from fourth to tenth: Alonso (Ferrari), Button (McLaren), Schumacher (Mercedes), Kubica (Renault), Rosberg (Mercedes), Massa (Ferrari) and Kobayashi (Sauber).
Not really much else to say at the moment.
Oh wait…Alonso and Ferrari have been fined $20,000 for an unsafe pit release in Q3. Alonso drove out of his garage and almost forced Rosberg into the pit wall, much to the Germans annoyance. Also, five place grid drops have been given to: Petrov (Renault), Chandhok (HRT) and both Virgin cars.
If we don’t have rain during the race tomorrow, I can only see a Red Bull win. Who the winning driver will be in that team, I can’t say.