Lewis Hamilton took pole position for tomorrow’s Belgian Grand Prix in a chaotic qualifying session that was dominated by changeable weather.
Sebastian Vettel took second ahead of teammate Mark Webber, while the second Mercedes of Nico Rosberg qualified fourth.
Paul di Resta almost qualified on pole, but the weather gods were cruel, and a drying track in the dying moments of the session meant that he dropped from first to fifth in just a minute.
Jenson Button had his best Saturday for a while, qualifying sixth. The two Lotus drivers, led by Romain Grosjean, will start on the fourth row, while the two Ferrari drivers, led by Fernando Alonso, will be on the row behind.
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