I didn't think you could have another qualifying session of chaos like we saw in Japan, but Brazil certainly delivered. If you count lots of red flags and delayed starts delivering, I suppose.
After 45 minutes of waiting for the weather to clear, we had just over ten minutes of action before Liuzzi brought out another red flag and the session came to an abrupt end.
With the weather getting even worse, we had plenty of sitting around and waiting to do, but were rewarded with Barrichello getting pole at his home track.
Most of the teams had a mixed day with one driver in the top ten and one outside of Q1. All but McLaren who fell at the first hurdle. Vettel is also bitterly disappointed.
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