Sebastian Vettel says it was a "great feeling" to secure pole position in Singapore after suffering a nervous few minutes at the end of qualifying.
Having clocked a 1:42.841 in his first run in Q3, the German and his team felt that was good enough to ensure pole and he remained in the pits while his rivals went out for a late second run.
News quickly filtered through that Mark Webber was up in the first sector before Nico Rosberg and Romain Grosjean went purple in the second one after the other.
However, Vettel, nervously watching the timesheets, held on to pole by 0.091s ahead of Rosberg having been quickest in the final sector.
"It was a weird feeling because you stand in...
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