Sunday, November 27, 2011

Vettel achieved the 15th pole and beat the record for Mansell

Sebastian Vettel slipped into the history books of Formula 1. The German won the pole in Brazil which means that for the fifteenth time will start first in a race for a while. This broke the record of Nigel Mansell in 1992 that had 14 with Williams.

The Teutonic accumulates and 30 pole positions throughout his career and showed the great superiority that has shown this year. Only Webber was close to beat him, but Vettel down the barrier of 1:12 which prevented the Australian gave the surprise. 'Seb' celebrated it in style as he received the congratulations of his team radio.

McLaren could not a surprise. Hamilton was even outdone by his teammate Button.

Fernando Alonso, again, will start fifth, ahead of Massa whom neither the 'twisted' help. Alguersuari did not leave the Q3 and 13 º, yes, team-mate Buemi.

The question for the entire score was the possibility of rain. In the end it appeared, though the race itself is expected to happen. Some, like Alonso or Schumacher, desan so.


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