Felipe Massa's first pole in more than five years was no surprise to Fernando Alonso.
It was the thrilling finale in Brazil, 2008 - where for an instant the Ferrari camp thought its Brazilian driver had pipped Lewis Hamilton for the title - that Massa last started a grand prix from the very front.
"It's the first time since 2008," he confirmed on Saturday, after surprising the world of F1 by leading a Williams one-two at the Red Bull Ring.
"Being the quickest on the track against everybody, it's always the best feeling a driver can have," the emotional Massa, who was ousted by Ferrari at the end of last year, added.
But even before qualifying, when it was clear...
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