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AMP .- .- Hungary Formula 1/GP Vettel (Red Bull) recovers the pole and Alonso (Ferrari) will start fifth

The German Red Bull, Sebastian Vettel, has achieved pole position in the Hungarian Grand Prix, which takes place this weekend at the Hungaroring circuit, ahead of the British McLaren, Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button , while the Spanish Fernando Alonso (Ferrari) will start fifth.
Hungaroring (Hungary), July 30, 2011 (EUROPA PRESS)
Vettel gets in this way, his eighth pole of the season and will go first in the race, something that could not get from the Grand Prix of Europe. Meanwhile, Alonso could only set the fifth fastest time, gaining his worst qualifying position in a season, repeating the results of the first four Grands Prix.
It appeared that the Spaniard would get a good result after setting the fastest time in Q1 and Q2, but Alonso came down on his final lap. The double world champion had to deal with Red Bull, but the McLarens of Hamilton and Button, who had made their appearance in the Q3.
After the first lap, Hamilton set the fastest time, ahead of Vettel, Alonso and Button. All the pilots decided to go into 'boxes' at the time to put the best tires possible to get the pole and did the best was finally Vettel.
Alonso was unable to overcome the time of Hamilton and the British improved their mark to be left in 1:19.978. Little joy would last to the leader of McLaren because overtake Vettel get only a few seconds later, leaving the pole in 1:19.815.
Behind, Button, Alonso timed and placed third, as the Brazilian Felipe Massa (Ferrari), due out first quarter and the season is ahead of his teammate.
Alguersuari (Toro Rosso) had to settle for the sixteenth position in qualifying, after spending the Q1 but not to do the same in Q2. Catalan spent the first cut of drivers after setting the fifteenth fastest time, considerably better than his teammate, Sebastian Buemi, who finished eighteenth and will be relegated to the penultimate position for a penalty.
In Q2, Alguersuari not get rolling too fast and missed the cut, so will start from sixteenth position, just behind Rubens Barrichello (Williams).