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Like nobody's business // Sebastian Vettel picks up his 35th pole position in India

Published by Christine

Sebastian Vettel picks up his 35th pole position in India
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The Red Bull team have found their stride over the last few races, and now 2012 is looking suspiciously like 2011 - Sebastian Vettel dominating everything he attempts. With pole position at the Indian Grand Prix, Vettel has the best possible start for the race, with teammate Mark Webber helping Red Bull lock out the front row.

With great speed comes great responsibility, but Vettel is aware that he can only concentrate on the job in hand, and there is little point worrying about what others are doing: "Fernando could have been a second quicker today than anyone and there is nothing we could have done other than mind our business and get the fastest lap we can. It is a long race tomorrow, there are a lot of things that can happen. If we are ahead it is better than being behind."