Sebastian Vettel maintained his 100 percent qualifying record in India in a session that saw mixed strategies.
With the soft Pirelli tyres not lasting very long around the Buddh International circuit, some drivers inside the top ten opted to qualifying and therefore start the race on the medium tyres.
And while one could say that left Vettel free to claim pole, it was in fact the German's sublime pace no matter than strategies that put him P1.
Vettel clocked a 1:24.119, the fastest lap ever at the Indian circuit, to beat Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton by 0.7 and 0.8s respectively.
Mark Webber qualified fourth, the best of the drivers on the medium tyres, and in doing so he edged Felipe...
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