Lewis Hamilton claim pole position ahead of his teammate Nico Rosberg for Canadian Grand Prix race.
The defending world champion made his fifth Pole in Montreal was just six hundredths of a second faster than Rosberg as he secured the 53rd pole of his career.
“Honestly, it wasn’t great lap – but I’m not sure l should admit that!” Hamilton tells Sky F1 “I didn’t have the same pace that l had yesterday, I’m not sure if it was a set-up change. It was enough but as much as l would have liked. I think he gained some and l lost some.
“The second lap should have been better but it wasn’t…”
“Ferrari have obviously picked up their pace with their upgrades. This is a good track for them. We’re excited to race them tomorrow. Their long runs look strong,” adds Hamilton.
Rosberg, who holds a 24-point lead over Hamilton courtesy of winning the opening four rounds, patted his team-mate on the back and offered him a congratulatory handshake which the Briton duly accepted.