Lewis Hamilton admits he is surprised he managed to qualify as high as third for the Indian Grand Prix. Mercedes were the best of the rest behind Sebastian Vettel, with team-mate Nico Rosberg just ahead of the Brit in second after Mark Webber opted to qualify on the slower medium-compound tyre.
Despite securing a second-row start, Hamilton was still eight tenths of a second slower than Vettel's pole time, but he feels Mercedes have done well to make the most out of a difficult weekend.
"It has been a tough weekend for us," he said in the post qualifying press conference.
"Congratulations to Sebastian, that is some serious pace that they have, especially with Webber just...
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