Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel again led the way in final practice this morning with a best time of 1m 48.327s, but he was only a tenth up on the Ferrari of Fernando Alonso and the bulk of the field was covered by just a second, with seven teams in the top ten.

Lewis_Hamilton-Belgian_GP-S02Amazing stuff – Hamilton has done it again for Mercedes. He takes his fourth successive pole.

Vettel will join him on the front row, ahead of Webber and Rosberg. Di Resta has to settle for P5, with Button sixth.

Lotus will be disappointed with seventh and eighth for Grosjean and Raikkonen, but not as disappointed as Ferrari – Alonso ninth, Massa tenth.

Pos.DriversTeamsTimeLaps
01.United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton Mercedes AMG Petronas2:01.01222
02.Deutschland Sebastian VettelRed Bull Racing2:01.20019
03.Australia Mark WebberRed Bull Racing2:01.32520
04.Deutschland Nico Rosberg Mercedes AMG Petronas2:02.25120
05.United Kingdom Paul di RestaSahara Force India2:02.33222
06.United Kingdom Jenson ButtonVodafone McLaren Mercedes2:03.07521
07.France Romain GrosjeanLotus F12:03.08122
08.Finland Kimi RaikkonenLotus F12:03.39022
09.Spain Fernando AlonsoScuderia Ferrari2:03.48221
10.Brazil Felipe MassaScuderia Ferrari2:04.05921
11.Deutschland Nico HulkenbergSauber F11:49.08817
12.Deutschland Adrian SutilSahara Force India1:49.10317
13.Mexico Sergio PerezVodafone McLaren Mercedes1:49.30416
14.Holland Giedo van der GardeCaterham F1 Team1:52.03615
15. France Jules BianchiMarussia F11:52.56316
16. United Kingdom Max ChiltonMarussia F11:52.76217
17.Venezuela Pastor MaldonadoWilliams F12:03.07210
18.France Jean-Eric VergneScuderia Toro Rosso2:03.30010
19.Australia Daniel RicciardoScuderia Toro Rosso2:03.31710
20.Finland Valtteri BottasWilliams F12:03.43210
21.Mexico Esteban GutiƩrrezSauber F12:04.32410
22.France Charles PicCaterham F1 Team2:07.3848
 Q1 107% Time:2:10.393