Lewis Hamilton gets the second consecutive pole position in 2014 and becomes the British driver with the most number of pole positions equalizing Jim Clark who’s record was standing since 1964.

Sebastian Vettel confirms Red Bull improvements and puts his RB10 on second place just ahead of Nico Rosberg who managed to beat Fernando Alonso to 3rd in the last seconds of Q3.

Pos. Drivers Teams Time Laps
01. 44 – United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton Mercedes AMG Petronas 1:59.431 22
02. 01Deutschland Sebastian Vettel Red Bull Racing 1:59.486 20
03. 06Deutschland Nico Rosberg Mercedes AMG Petronas 2:00.050 23
04. 14 - Spain Fernando Alonso Scuderia Ferrari 2:00.175 22
05. 03Australia Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull Racing 2:00.541 20
06. 07Finland Kimi Raikkonen Scuderia Ferrari 2:01.218 21
07. 27 – Deutschland Nico Hulkenberg Sahara Force India 2:01.712 23
08. 20 – Denmark Kevin Magnussen McLaren F1 2:02.213 20
09. 25 - France Jean-Eric Vergne Scuderia Toro Rosso 2:03.078 23
10. 22 – United Kingdom Jenson Button McLaren F1 2:04.053 22
11. 26 – Russia Daniil Kvyat Scuderia Toro Rosso 2:02.351 16
12. 21 – Mexico Esteban Gutierrez Sauber F1 Team 2:02.369 16
13. 19 – Brazil Felipe Massa Williams Martini Racing 2:02.460 16
14. 11 – Mexico Sergio Perez Sahara Force India 2:02.511 15
15. 77 – Finland Valtteri Bottas Williams Martini Racing 2:02.756 17
16. 08 – France Romain Grosjean Lotus F1 Team 2:02.885 17
17. 13 – Venezuela Pastor Maldonado Lotus F1 Team 2:02.074 8
18. 99 – Deutschland Adrian Sutil Sauber F1 Team 2:02.131 7
19. 17 – France Jules Bianchi Marussia F1 Team 2:02.702 8
20. 10 – Japan Kamui Kobayashi Caterham F1 Team 2:03.595 8
21. 04 – United Kingdom Max Chilton Marussia F1 Team 2:04.388 8
22. 09 – Sweden Marcus Ericsson Caterham F1 Team 2:04.407 7