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For the fourth consecutive race, Sebastian Vettel will start with the field in his rear view mirror. Ahead of the Hungarian Grand Prix, Vettel has taken his fourth straight pole as he and Red Bull team-mate Mark Webber were too quick for the rest in qualifying.
Defending world champion Jenson Button failed to get out of Q2 for the second weekend in a row he will start 11th.
Michael Schumacher also missed out on Q3 as his dismal season gets worse.
The seven-times world champion could only manage 14th.
2008 world champion Lewis Hamilton and championship leader Lewis Hamilton was able to secure fifth place on the grid.
Felipe Massa to had to play second fiddle again to Fernando Alonso, as Alonso takes third place on an all-Ferrari second row.
The front row all Red Bull as Sebastian Vettel beat his team-mate Mark Webber by four-tenths of a second to take the pole.
|Formula One driver Sebastian Vettel steers his way to the pole position during|
the qualifying for Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix in Budapest, Hungary.(By Armando
Franca, AP )
Sebastian Vettel, On Pole at Hungarian GP, said, "I'm happy again to be on pole. You know, in the end, I think every Saturday and Sunday is special, so being on pole also means a lot for us, for the team, for myself and, yeah, hopefully we have a good start tomorrow and then we should have a great race."