Vettel P1 Red Bull 1-2 in Singapore GP Qualifying

Sebastian Vettel on P1 at Marian Bay circuit in Singapore GP, The German grabs his successive 11th Pole of this season, The Champions Red Bull is stay in front row 100% pole record for this season.

The Championship leader Sebastian Vettel did not pick up on his ultimate run, but his team-mate Mark Webber improve 0.4sec, and he set second fastest lap.

McLaren’s Jenson Button set third 0.005s ahead of team-mate Lewis Hamilton, and he can’t run in last session of Q3. We think it was team error.

Ferrari duo manage was fifth and sixth respectively, And Mercedes GP Nico Rosberg and Michael Schumacher set seventh and eighth correspondingly.

Adrian Sutil and Paul di Resta did not contribute Q3, Force India plan to save tyre in tomorrow race.

Renault GP forecast of a very hard weekend came true as its drivers ended up fighting to run off from Q1. The Brazilian Bruno Senna was in the drop-zone before a mighty last lap got him up to 15th , but knocked his team-mate Vitaly Petrov down to an eliminated 18th, the Russian’s time nearly a second slower than Senna’s.

Barrichello and Maldonado will start 12th and 13th, while the Toro Rossos pair qualified either side of Bruno Senna in 14th and 16th.

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Qualifying results 2011 Singapore GP

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