Vettel dominates Canada qualifying
Sebastian Vettel will start the Canadian Grand Prix on pole as he dominated qualifying, with Lewis Hamilton in second.
The Red Bull driver was fastest in Q1 and Q2 and he ended the final session three-tenths of a second ahead of Hamilton's McLaren, with the Englishman set to start alongside him on the front row. Fernando Alonso will start in third, with Ferrari posting their strongest qualifying session of the season so far, and Mark Webber in fourth in the second Red Bull. Speaking after qualifying, Vettel said: "I was happy throughout qualifying really. I was able to get a little bit quicker each time. "It looked tight in the beginning but in the end we could make a bit more of a difference. I'm looking forward to the race. I think we have a good car." Hamilton stated that McLaren really "struggled" throughout the day, with team-mate Jenson Button starting Sunday's race in tenth, and a lot of work went in to get on the front row. "We were working with the tyres in P3, and in qualifying we were having to push extremely hard to get the tyres to switch on," he said. "We're very happy with our performance, and very surprised to see us on the front row, but happy to be there."