There were plenty of surprises during qualifying for tomorrow’s Italian Grand Prix, if you ignored the front row of the grid, that is.
In many ways, it shouldn’t be a surprise that Red Bull locked out the front row given their imperious form, but on a track that hasn’t always suited them in the past, it is an ominous sign for their rivals.
Mark Webber looks like the man most likely to challenge team mate Sebastian Vettel tomorrow, should the weather remain dry, and most importantly for the Australian, if he can get a good start. On a weekend where he is celebrating his final European Grand Prix, it’d be a great story should Webber succeed tomorrow.
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