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Sebastian Vettel set the fastest ever lap at the Buddh International Circuit to claim pole position for the Indian Grand Prix.
Vettel, who can wrap up a fourth world title on Sunday, set a time of 1:24.119 to beat Mercedes's Nico Rosberg by 0.752s.
Lewis Hamilton set the third fastest time, with Mark Webber opting to use the prime tyre and still managing the fourth fastest time.
Felipe Massa was fifth, ahead of Kimi Raikkonen and Nico Hulkenberg.
Fernando Alonso chose to use the prime tyres in Q3 and will start from eighth.
Both McLaren drivers made it through to Q3 where they qualified on the prime tyres, with Sergio Perez ahead of Jenson Button.
Daniel Ricciardo was...
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