Red Bull One Two Pole For British F1 Grand Prix at Silverstone - Difficulties for Jenson Button
|Author: James Rudd||Published: 10th July 2010 14:22|
Jenson Button failed to get to Q3, here in the garage at Silverstone today World Copyright image Kalisz/Sutton
Vettel takes pole, Webber is second on the grid. Followed by Ferrari's Alonso, with Lewis Hamilton fourth and Jenson Button 14th on the grid.
Vettel overcomes his wing issues to take pole, but disappointment for reigning world champion Jenson Button who did not make Q3 and will therefore not start in the top ten.
Button told the BBC, "This morning the car felt really good. I personally think there's something wrong, the car was undriveable. That's it really. I don't know if I've lost rear downforce since this morning, but it's pretty undriveable. This weekend has been tricky, but that wasn't normal."
Hamilton delighted with fourth on the gird, and the fantastic support of the fans. Hamilton claims Red Bull are flat out on the first corner and he is not.
The British Grand Prix takes place tomorrow at Silverstone, the first of a 17 year deal and even Bernie Ecclestone is impressed with the home of motorsport.
110,000 visitors are expected at Silverstone for the Grand Prix.
The F1 Grand Prix takes places at 1 pm on Sunday 11th July following a display by the Red Arrows between noon and 12.24 so all of Towcester and South Northants will get a free show