Mark Webber has secure his second pole position within the space of a week after shifting Kubica’s Renault in the dying moments of qualifying in Monaco GP, after beating Robert Kubica’s Renault to the top spot in qualifying.
Mark Webber time of 1:13.826 was the fastest of the weekend and happily secured him his second pole in a row by 0.3 seconds from Kubica. Nevertheless, it was a incredible attempt by the Renault driver, who totally outperformed his car and still managed to get ahead of Sebastian Vettel in the second Red Bull in third place.
Felipe Massa will join Vettel on the second row, with Lewis Hamilton in fifth, Nico Rosberg in sixth and Michael Schumacher in seventh. Jenson Button’s fight back with his McLaren sustained and he took a distant eighth place. Schumacher will start from 9th And Force India’s driver Luizzi start 10th position. Fernando Alonso will start from the pit lane after crashing his car during Saturday morning’s free practice.