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The Red Bull driver clinched his 11th pole of the season _ becoming the sixth man in F1 history to achieve that feat _ by setting a time more than three-tenths of a second faster than his teammate Mark Webber.
Michael Schumacher and Nico Rosberg of Mercedes qualified seventh and eight, respectively, for Sunday’s street circuit race. Force India’s Adrian Sutil and Paul di Resta will start ninth and 10th.
“We are not doing a bad job this year but it would be wrong to start thinking about these things (records). We don’t score points in qualifying so we are thinking about the race tomorrow.”
“Overall I am satisfied,” Webber said. “Both cars up front is a great result for us.”
Button was slightly surprised to qualify in third, after the difficulties he had Friday when his practice session ended early after failing to negotiate a turn.
“We made quite a lot of changes overnight and some improvements,” Button said. “I am happy to be in third, its a good position.”
While Button did two flying laps in the final period of qualifying, teammate Hamilton did only one because of fuel delivery problems that prevented him getting out of the garage in time to do another lap.
“We were trying to fill the car up and there was no fuel going in,” Hamilton said. “Time was running out and we just couldn’t get going. This is racing, there have been lots of mistakes from me and lots of mistakes from the team, this kind of thing happens. But I feel positive because my lap was pretty good.”
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