Sebastian Vettel had already posted a lap time of 1:24.437, good enough for P1, and even improved to a final 1:24.178 to clinch another pole position.

Despite finishing in second, Lewis Hamilton will line-up in fifth place on the grid due to a penalty. This leaves Mark Webber lining up on front row alongside his RBR Team-mate for Sunday’s Indian Grand Prix. Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa, who crashed out in his final qualifying lap, will line up on second row as Jenson Button – as fifth fastest – also faces a penalty and grid drop.

The finally starting order for tommorow’S will need to be defined in the coming hour as there are doubts over the validity of Button’s final lap, which might have been recorded despite yellow flags for Massa’s off.


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