Christian Horner: “Locking out the second row of the grid is a very positive result."
McLaren will start the Monaco Grand Prix in eighth (Kevin Magnussen) and 12th (Jenson Button).
The team is now concentrating on getting the best out of this situation tomorrow.
Mercedes went 1-2 in Monaco GP qualifying with Rosberg on pole but something that Nico did at the end of the session left his teammate Hamilton very irritated.
Track temperature increases significantly in the afternoon but wear and degradation is in line with expectations or less than expected.
The new comprehensive package showed a positive improvement during the first two days, but it needs fine tuning.
Jean-Eric Vergne: "It was part of the strategy not to run in Q2, save new tyres and prepare for an aggressive race tomorrow."
Pastor Maldonado went off the track and damaged his car at the start of his first Q1 flying lap.
Valtteri Bottas: "It's going to be a close race behind the Mercedes and so I am really looking forward to tomorrow."
Daniel Ricciardo: "Looking to tomorrow, then I think third is the best we can do."
Kevin had a disappointing session and will start from 15th place.
Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg achieved a front-row lockout during qualifying at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya today.
Mercedes is looking for a perfect weekend in Spain. After leading all three practice sessions, they snagged the top two spots on the grid in qualifying.
Top speed of 316 Khp on the straight on the intermediate tyres.
Wet weather was the story of the day in Shanghai as Nico Hulkenberg and Sergio Perez qualified in eighth and sixteenth places respectively for tomorrow’s Chinese Grand Prix
Daniel Riccardo 2nd with Sebastian Vettel behind and Lewis Hamilton in front.
Alonso clinched P5 in Q3, Raikkonen failed to make the cut to Q3 by just 13 thousandths of a second, got P11.
P6 for Massa and P7 for Bottas after a rain affected session in China.
Lewis Hamilton took pole position in qualifying for the Chinese Grand Prix this afternoon, with Nico Rosberg fourth after a challenging, wet qualifying session.
Sutil ended in 14th place, Gutierrez just 17th.
Jean-Eric Vergne went through all 3 segments while Daniil Kvyat couldn't get out of Q2.
Recharging of new power units means tyres have to deliver over just one flying lap.
Kimi Raikkonen and Fernando Alonso set the sixth and tenth fastest times in the final part of the first ever night-time qualifying session held in Bahrain.
Esteban Gutiérrez was able to make it into Q2, finishing 15th, while Adrian Sutil had to abort his final quick lap due to traffic and ended up 18th.
Vijay Mallya: "...the best starting position for a Force India since the 2012 German Grand Prix [Hulkenberg started fourth]."
Valtteri will start third with Felipe seventh in tomorrow's race.
Sebastian Vettel: " It will be hard to overtake some cars tomorrow, but we will try our best.”
Nico Rosberg’s result at the end of Q3 means that he has achieved his first pole position of the season at the spectacle of the Bahrain International circuit.