After 15 qualifying sessions Mark Webber finally got one over Sebastian Vettel, beating his team-mate to pole position in Japan.
Webber has been outpaced by his team-mate on Saturday afternoons throughout this campaign, however, on Saturday he finally clawed one back.
Clocking a 1:30.915, the Australian driver pipped by Vettel by 0.174s. The German, though, was suffering with KERS which also makes a change.
Lewis Hamilton was the best of the race in third place and will line up alongside the ever-improving Romain Grosjean.
Felipe Massa was the fastest of the Ferraris in fifth place while Fernando Alonso could only manage the eight best time, 0.750s off the pace.
The duo were separated by...
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