Mark Webber Go From Pole Position At Spa-Francorchamps!
Mark Webber won the 12th pole position of season for Red Bull and will go before him Hamilton and Robert Kubica in the Grand Prix of Belgium.
Domination of Red Bull in Formula 1 team continues on the circuit at Spa-Francorchamps, despite RB6 F1 car not fit very well its features.
In a rain affected qualifying session, the Austrian team showed that is still unbeatable in qualifying after Mark Webber set the reference time, 1:45.778, good enough to start from pole position.
It is the 12th pole position of Red Bull in the first 13 Grands Prixof the season and fifth of the Australian pilot, given that his teammate Sebastian Vettel took only fourth place on the starting grid.
This time, the shortfall was much smaller to the rival, Lewis Hamilton managed to occupy second place on the grid after being less than a tenth of a second slower than Webber. McLaren driver has “blown” in the last two second Robert Kubicaplace , who is has best weekend this year with the exception of Monaco, while JensonButton will start from the fifth position.
Although he left feeling that will fight for pole position, Ferrari was the great disappointment of the session. Felipe Massa won only six place, while Fernando Alonso was the slowest in Q3 and will start only 10th place. From Scuderia pilots were inserted two Williams drivers (Rubens Barrichello 7th and Nico Hulkenberg 9th ), and Adrian Sutil 8th.
Mercedes GP: disappointment in Q2 and penalties Line
Part two of qualifications held on a dry track, but this has not helped all the people at Mercedes GP.Michael Schumacher and Nico Rosbergwere the first in line, but both will suffer major penalty on the starting grid. Schumacherwill start from 21st from the penalty of 10 positions due to duel with Rubens Barrichello at the Hungaroring, while Rosberg received a penalty of five positions that replaced the gearbox before qualifying and will go on 17.
Toro Rossomanaged process in Q2 with both drivers, Sebastien Buemi Jaime Alguersuariand runners will go to 11:13 after matching penalties. But the big surprises were produced by the new Lotus and Virgin team, both sending one pilot in Q2 after the chaos created by rain in the first half. Heikki Kovalainen will start from 14th place at the Lotus F1 car steering wheel , while Timo Glock (Virgin) has set the 17th time, but will leave on 15 penalties after correlation.
BRING RAIN TO SHOW IN Q1 APS
In the context of the rain threatened to arrive within minutes, the pilots had hoped to make a faster time on land, so that came in corpore track immediately after the session started. However, their plans were upset by the accident data for Vitaly Petrov, after only two minutes.
The Renault team pilot lost control of his car after being tackled aggressively steering a curb and struck the front into the protection wall, was forced to abandon the qualifications. The session was adjourned for five minutes and immediately resume in some parts of the circuit started a downpour, which caused a collision of five F1 cars after Lucas di Grassi lost control in turn Stavelot. However, the session continued, and soon the rain stopped, allowing pilots to carry out the relative competitive.
the first pilot line the under was Jarno Trulli (Lotus), followed by Kamui Kobayashi (BMW Sauber), who left the track. The two are followed by Bruno Senna and Sakon Yamamoto who obtained a good result for Hispanic, while the last places were occupied by Pedro de la Rosa (WB-Sauber), Lucas di Grassi (Virgin) and Petrov.