Renault-powered cars dominated the top ten in qualifying for tomorrow’s German Grand Prix, with Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber second and third for Infiniti Red Bull Racing ahead of Lotus F1 Team’s Kimi Raikkonen and Romain Grosjean, who will start fourth and fifth respectively.
Vettel had held provisional pole until the very last seconds of qualifying but was edged out by Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton by just one tenth of a second.
Williams F1 Team had a more difficult time, qualifying in 17th with Valtteri Bottas and 18th for Pastor Maldonado. The pair were less than 0.1secs from Q2. Caterham F1 Team will line up for what is scheduled to be a very warm German Grand Prix with Charles Pic in 19th and Giedo van der Garde 21st.