Hamilton on pole
Lewis Hamilton will start on pole in Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix after a strong performance in Saturday's qualifying.
The McLaren driver clocked the fastest time of 1:20.953 at the Hungaroring and will be joined on the front row of the grid by Romain Grosjean, who qualified 0.810s behind the Brit. Defending champion Sebastian Vettel was third fastest with Hamilton's team-mate Jenson Button in fourth, while Kimi Raikkonen will start in fifth place and championship leader Fernando Alonso is down in sixth. Hamilton performed well in practice and took that form into qualifying and the 2008 champion was pleased to see the adjustments made to his car finally bearing fruit. "It is great to finally see the the upgrades working and I have been able to put the car where I want to this weekend," he said. "We are not saying we are relaxed. We know we have a lot of work to do, starting this weekend." Felipe Massa will start in seventh position, followed by Pastor Maldonado, Bruno Senna and Nico Hulkenberg but Mark Webber struggled in qualifying and will start in 11th, after failing to make Q3.