Lewis Hamilton claiming a comfortable pole position for Chinese Grand Prix despite failing to progress on his final attempt; team-mate Nico Rosberg just a tenth of a second behind Hamilton following late attempt; Malaysian GP winner Sebastian Vettel claims third on the grid for Ferrari ahead Williams duo Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas.
Following the session Lewis Hamilton says that, he is very pleased with dominant pole, even as he expecting that last race challenger Ferrari should be close in tomorrow race
“I am very happy with it, but you can’t really get too excited because there is a long, long race ahead of us tomorrow,” Lewis Hamilton tells Sky Sports.
“I had a good lap, my last one wasn’t very good, but the first one was good enough.”
Ferrari beat you in Malaysia, can they challenge again here?
“There are very quick here and have been quick here in the past. They have been very, very fast in the past here on their runs and they should be close.”
Will it be a two-stop for you or might you be forced to pit three times?
“There is about two seconds between the two so it is unlikely that I am going to be pushing for a three-stop.”