Just as last time out at the Japanese Grand Prix, tomorrow’s race looks likely to be contested between the two Red Bulls. But unlike Suzuka, they don’t share the front row.
Such is the difference in tyre compounds Pirelli has brought to the Indian Grand Prix, tomorrow’s race will see numerous differing strategies throughout the race. Sebastian Vettel may have taken pole position quite comfortably today, but things might not be so straight forward for him tomorrow.
Mark Webber was pleased with his day’s work after qualifying in fourth place. Unlike Vettel, and the two Mercedes cars of Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton ahead of him, the Australian starts on the more durable prime tyre....
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