Red Bull’s Mark Webber will start tomorrow’s Monaco Grand Prix in Monte Carlo from first position following his second consecutive pole which is also his third of the season. The Australian who just got back from his first victory of the year a week ago in Spain is positioned in front of Robert Kubica from Renault while third place went to teammate Sebastian Vettel in the other Red Bull.

Felipe Massa who showed good performance through out the session is in fourth place for Ferrari however his teammate will have to start the race from 24th place. The former World Champion suffered from a crash during the previous practice session and his car couldn’t be repaired in time. Its shame though as he was fastest in the first two practice sessions.

Lewis Hamilton will start from fifth place ahead of both the Mercedes drivers Nico Rosberg and Michael Schumacher who was just 0.046 slower than his teammate. Championship leader Jenson Button of McLaren only managed eight while ninth went to Williams’ Rubens Barrichello. The final top ten position was taken up by Force India’s Vitantonio Liuzzi.

Further down the grid both the Lotus’ will lead the new comers. Heikki Kovalainen who spun twice during the first session but escaped with an undamaged car out-shined his teammate yet again with his 18th position. Trulli was 19th. Both the Virgin drivers settled for 20th and 21st positions followed by the Hispania drivers. Dry weather is predicted tomorrow and hopefully it will be an interesting race considering overtaking is anything but easy in the principality.

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