Lewis Hamilton doesn't feel he could have been any quicker in qualifying for the Korean GP despite losing out to Sebastian Vettel.
Having set the pace in Friday's practice sessions, many believed and hoped that Hamilton could take the fight to the Red Bull racer in qualifying.
The German, though, came to the fore in final practice and held onto the initiative throughout qualifying as he posted a 1:37.202 to take pole position.
Hamilton was his closest challenger in second place, 0.218s off the pace.
And the Mercedes driver isn't giving up on fighting Vettel come Sunday's grand prix where he hopes to put an end to the Champ's reign.
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