Brazilian GP qualifying: record-breaking Vettel does it again

Another week another record – 15 pole positions in a season makes Sebastian Vettel the most dominant qualifier in the history of Formula One. The double champion will line up for tomorrow’s Brazilian Grand Prix with teammate Mark Webber alongside him and the two McLarens of Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton just behind. It’s Fernando Alonso and Nico Rosberg on row three, with Felipe Massa seventh and Adrian Sutil eighth. Bruno Senna and Michael Schumacher also scraped into the top ten.

So, another walk in the park for Vettel tomorrow? It’d certainly be a fitting finish to what’s been an absolutely dominant season and, especially considering how quick he is off the line these days, it’s tough to see the race going any other way. Still, Lewis has also enjoyed some strong starts this year, and after the confidence boost of Abu Dhabi, will fancy his chances of a podium finish. Let’s just hope he can get there without clattering into anyone…

Here’s how they line up for tomorrow’s Brazilian Grand Prix:

1. Sebastian Vettel
2. Mark Webber
3. Jenson Button
4. Lewis Hamilton
5. Fernando Alonso
6. Nico Rosberg
7. Felipe Massa
8. Adrian Sutil
9. Bruno Senna
10. Michael Schumacher
11. Paul Di Resta
12. Rubens Barrichello
13. Jaime Alguersuari
14. Sebastien Buemi
15. Vitaly Petrov
16. Kamui Kobayashi
17. Segio Perez
18. Pastor Maldonado
19. Heikki Kovalainen
20. Jarno Trulli
21. Vitantonio Liuzzi
22. Daniel Ricciardo
23. Jerome d’Ambrosio
24. Timo Glock

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