June.11 – The Pole man Sebastian Vettel effectively yet one more pole position this season after finishing on top in qualifying for the Canadian GP on Saturday. It was his sixth pole in seven races and it’s 21st of his career.
The Champion’s time on 1m13.014s put him in first place in front of Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa, Ferrari take pleasure in its strongest outing of the year so far.
The Red Bull’s Mark Webber had to clear up for a place on the second row of the grid after securing fourth.
Even with being tipped as one of the favourites to fight for pole and victory, the McLaren team endured a rather low-key day, as last year’s winner Lewis Hamilton could only secure fifth position. Team-mate Jenson Button was seventh, behind Mercedes’ Nico Rosberg.
The seven times champion Michael Schumacher was done by eighth on the grid.
Both Renaults made it into the top-ten shootout this time, with Nick Heidfeld qualifying in ninth position and Vitaly Petrov down in 10th.
Force India’s Paul di Resta qualified in 11th on the grid; he is take pleasure in another strong qualifying after finishing ahead of team-mate Adrian Sutil, 14th today.
And the Venezuelan F1 rookie, Pastor Maldonado, also out qualified his more experienced team-mate Rubens Barrichello, the Venezuelan four places ahead of the Brazilian in 12th position. Kamui Kobayashi will start from 13th place, in front of Sutil and Toro Rosso’s Sebastien Buemi… More Follow…
2011 Canadian GP Qualifying Results
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