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GREATER NOIDA---Sebastian Vettel
will start from pole position at the
Indian Grand Prix, shoring up the Red
Bull driver s bid for an almost
inevitable fourth straight Formula One
Vettel only needs to finish fifth or
better today to wrap up the champi-
onship with three races remaining, and
bettered his own lap record to claim
his third straight pole at Buddh Inter-
national Circuit. The German has won
both previous Indian GP races, leading
He clocked one minute, 24.119 sec-
onds to beat his nearest rival by 0.7
Nico Rosberg will share the front of
the grid after finishing second, with
fellow Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton
third and Red Bull s Mark Webber
"It s a very good result for the team
with Mark sitting in fourth behind those
guys," Vettel said.
Red Bull can also make it the fourth
straight double of drivers and con-
structors titles if Ferrari fails to outscore
it by more than 19 points.
Felipe Massa starts from fifth, while
Ferrari teammate Fernando Alonso
could only manage eighth.
"I m starting 8th so I have to recover
this position somewhere in the race,"
Alonso said of his chance of a podium
finish. "The soft tires may last with
good conditions...but if the soft are a
disaster tomorrow, people in front will
Romain Grosjean, who was expected
to challenge for the podium, was elim-
inated in the first round of qualifying
after Lotus gamble on sticking with
medium tires backfired. The Frenchman
will start from 17th on the grid.
Vettel and Webber chose differing
tire strategies for qualifying, with Vettel
electing to use the quicker but fragile
soft compound for the third round and
race start, and Webber preferring the
"Which works out to be the right
strategy, we ll find out tomorrow. But
the race is long and we ll have plenty
of time to make up," Vettel said. "In
the end I think the strategy shouldn t
determine the result that much."
Vettel has dominated since arriving
in India, leading all three practice ses-
Rosberg said Mercedes had pushed
his car to its limits to make him as
competitive as possible.
"Up to now it s been successful," he
said. "On a knife s edge all the time,
but for now it s worked and it seems
we re a step forward from where we
were in recent races."
Hamilton, while happy with quali-
fying, was pessimistic of his chances
of challenging the Red Bulls.
"I m really happy with the result and
the lap time I was able to get. ... We ll
try and push these guys as hard as pos-
sible in the race obviously," he said.
"They re in another world, but we ll
try and stay ahead of the rest."
Force India failed to qualify in the
top 10 for its home race, with Paul Di
Resta and Adrian Sutil eliminated in
the second round in 12 and 13th respec-
Vettel claims third
straight Indian GP pole
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