Red Bull has carried over its momentum from the Brazilian GP with Sebastian Vettel’s pole in Abu Dhabi under the starry Arabian sky. The German who is also a strong title contender will start tomorrow’s race ahead of Lewis Hamilton from McLaren. Mathematically, Hamilton is still able to become champion this year but it looks quite unlikely for the Brit. Championship leader Fernando Alonso of Ferrari managed to secure the ever-so-important third spot in the dying minutes of the qualifying session.

McLaren’s Jenson Button who is officially out the title hunt is fourth ahead of Mark Webber, who currently lies second second in the table with 238 points, just eight points behind Alonso. The other Ferrari of Felipe Massa’s will start the race from sixth. Williams’ Nico Rosberg, Renault’s Robert Kubica, Mercedes’ Michael Schumacher and Force India’s Adrian Sutil complete the rest of the top ten.

The Lotus drivers managed to finish the session ahead of both the Virgin drivers in the final qualifying of the season. Jarno Trulli and Heikki Kovalainen are in 19th and 20th positions respectively. Timo Glock and Lucas di Grassi are in 21st and 22nd while the two Hispania drivers complete the last row. It’s a must-watch race tomorrow so make you sure you tune in!

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