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Vettel breaks Mansell’s most pole positions record with Brazil pole

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World champion Sebastian Vettel breaks new record with his 15th pole position of the season, German putting him to the lead of Nigel Mansell for the most pole positions in a one season, and it was a new outstanding lap that eventually listed a new record.

Fifth time Red Bull duo on front-row in this season, Sebastian Vettel set fastest time with 1:11:918, and his team-mate Mark Webber set second on the grid with 1:12:099.

McLaren pair on the second row, 2009 world champion Jenson Button set third fastest and his team-mate Lewis Hamilton done fourth on the grid. Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso made fifth fastest time-lap with 1:12:591. Nico Rosberg share row with Alonso, ahead of Massa, Sutil, Senna and Schumacher, this guys done next two rows respectively…More Follow

Qualifying results 2011 Brazilian GP – Interlagos

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