Sebastian Vettel broke the lap record at the Buddh International Circuit in qualifying on his way to his seventh pole position of the season.
The result means he remains the only driver to have ever started on pole position for the Indian Grand Prix.
However, the race is likely to feature numerous differing strategies after teams in the top ten were undecided on which was the best tyre for race day. Vettel set his fastest time on the softer tyre, and he will be joined on the front row by the Mercedes of Nico Rosberg. Lewis Hamilton will start third, with both Silver Arrows also electing to start on the softer, faster tyre.
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