Mercedes has locked out the front row once again.
Mercedes drivers never give up. Bottas in third.
Just seven thousandths separated the Mercedes duo.
Qualifying at Singapore was exciting for everyone.
It's another Mercedes front row lock-out a Spa.
Rosberg was unable to match his teammate in Q3 at Monza.
Lewis Hamilton will start the inaugural Russian Grand Prix from the front of the grid after claiming his seventh pole position of the season at the Sochi Autodrom.
Williams shocked us all and took both first and second for this weekend's Austrian Grand Prix.
One pit stop expected in a sprint race tomorrow with low wear and degradation.
Kimi Raikkonen had a much tougher time of it, ending up tenth out of ten in the final part of the session.
Cinturato wet and intermediate tyres seen in mixed conditions of qualifying at Spa
Fernando Alonso:** “Today’s result encapsulates the state of play this weekend and it’s more or less what we expected..."
Eric Boullier: "Okay, P4 and P6 amount to our best cumulative qualifying performance of the year."
Fernando Alonso managed to get his F14 T onto the seventh spot on the grid, while Kimi Raikkonen had to settle for eleventh.
Mercedes scored a fifth consecutive front-row lockout - and its ninth in all in 2014.
Valtteri Bottas qualified third and Felipe Massa fourth.
Esteban Gutiérrez: "We made the best out of what we currently have."
Kevin Magnussen: “The team has done a great job to deliver this Monza-specific package”
Jenson Button: "I’ll just take whatever the weather brings tomorrow.”
Nico Rosberg completes the front row for the team.
Sebastian Vettel: "I think the rain helped us..."
Phil Charles: "On the long runs JEV looked quite strong, while Daniil looked particularly good on the short runs..."
The first practice day for the Belgian Grand Prix in Spa-Francorchamps didn’t go exactly according to plan for the Sauber F1 Team.
Adrian Sutil: "I believe, based on the current weather forecast, we could have good opportunities tomorrow.”
Lewis Hamilton is second, to complete a front-row lockout for Mercedes