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Japan Grand Prix

October 12, 2013 by  

Japan Grand Prix, Mark Webber finally out-qualified Red Bull team-mate Sebastian Vettel for the first time this season to grab pole position for the Japanese Grand Prix.

After claiming pole at the last three races this year, and the last four at Suzuka, Webber pulled off a major surprise in bringing an end to the German’s dominant run.

The 37-year-old Australian, in his final year in Formula One before heading off to drive Porsche sportscars, finished 0.174secs clear of Vettel with a lap of one minute 30.915secs.

Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton was the best of the rest and will start third, but was three tenths of a second adrift of Webber such is the apparent superiority of Red Bull at this track.

Final Positions after Qualifying:

Note: Charles Pic and Jules Bianchi have 10-place grid penalties following reprimands from the Korean Grand Prix and Adrian Sutil has a five-place grid penalty following an unscheduled gearbox change. Pic will start 20th, Bianchi 21st and Sutil 22nd

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