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Lewis Hamilton grabs the pole position from practice dominated Sebastian Vettel for Singapore Grand Prix. Spanish GP winner Pastor Maldonado took second place on the grid ahead of defending world champion Sebastian Vettel.

Lewis Hamilton took his 24th Formula 1 career Pole with McLaren F1 team. Still Lewis Hamilton’s future rumors surrounded in F1 paddock, but the speedy has locked Formula 1 night race pole for tomorrow race at Marina bay circuit.

Spanish GP winner Pastor Maldonado showed a dramatic performance in Qualifying Q3 final session and he took second place on the grid.

The Singapore Grand Prix Practice controller Sebastian Vettel will start third on the grid alongside with McLaren’s Jenson Button.

Championship leader Fernando Alonso will start from fifth on the grid. Force India speedy Paul di Resta consecutively performed well in qualifying and tomorrow he will start beside with Fernando Alonso.

The Australian speedy Mark Webber will start from fourth row in the race grid; Lotus Romain Grosjean took eighth place fastest ahead of the two Mercedes of Michael Schumacher and Nico Rosberg.

Force India second guy Nico Hulkenberg done 11th fastest ahead of Lotus’s Kimi Raikkonen and Ferrari’s Felipe Massa.

Both Sauber drivers struggled in entire qualifying session, Perez will start from 14th on the grid ahead of Toro Rosso’s Daniel Ricciardo and the Mexican’s team-mate Kamui Kobayashi can’t enter the Q2, tomorrow he will start from 18th on the grid.

Qualifying Results – 2012 F1 Singapore GP


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