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Germany 2011 - Qualifying results // Red Bull secure yet another pole position as they dominate Saturdays

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Mark Webber managed to secure his third pole position of the season, with Red Bull taking the top spot at every Grand Prix this year so far. Vettel though, he fell off the front row for the first time in 2011. Further back, Michael Schumacher would have hoped for more at his home race, whilst Kamui Kobayashi was the big name dropping out in Q3, and quite a surprise it was too.

PositionDriverTeamTimeLaps
1Mark WebberRed Bull1:30.07918
2Lewis HamiltonMcLaren1:30.13415
3Sebastian VettelRed Bull1:30.21616
4Fernando AlonsoFerrari1:30.44216
5Felipe MassaFerrari1:30.91019
6Nico RosbergMercedes1:31.26322
7Jenson ButtonMcLaren1:31.28814
8Adrian SutilForce India1:32.01018
9Vitaly PetrovRenault1:32.18716
10Michael SchumacherMercedes1:32.48218
11Nick HeidfeldRenault1:32.21516
12Paul di RestaForce India1:32.56015
13Pastor MaldonadoWilliams1:32.63513
14Rubens BarrichelloWilliams1:33.04318
15Sergio PérezSauber1:33.17614
16Jaime AlguersuariToro Rosso1:33.69811
17Kamui KobayashiSauber1:33.7865
18Heikki KovalainenLotus1:35.5999
19Timo GlockVirgin1:36.40012
20Karun ChandhokLotus1:36.42211
21Jérôme D'AmbrosioVirgin1:36.64112
22Tonio LiuzziHRT1:37.01111
23Daniel RicciardoHRT1:37.03611
DQSébastien Buemi *Toro Rosso1:33.54611

* Buemi was excluded from qualifying for fuel irregularities.

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