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.DriversTeamsTimeLaps
01.44 – United Kingdom Lewis HamiltonMercedes AMG Petronas1:59.43122
02.01Deutschland Sebastian VettelRed Bull Racing1:59.48620
03.06Deutschland Nico RosbergMercedes AMG Petronas2:00.05023
04.14 Spain Fernando AlonsoScuderia Ferrari2:00.17522
05.03Australia Daniel RicciardoRed Bull Racing2:00.54120
06.07Finland Kimi RaikkonenScuderia Ferrari2:01.21821
07.27 – Deutschland Nico HulkenbergSahara Force India2:01.71223
08.20 – Denmark Kevin MagnussenMcLaren F12:02.21320
09.25 – France Jean-Eric VergneScuderia Toro Rosso2:03.07823
10.22 – United Kingdom Jenson ButtonMcLaren F12:04.05322
11.26 – Russia Daniil KvyatScuderia Toro Rosso2:02.35116
12.21 – Mexico Esteban GutierrezSauber F1 Team2:02.36916
13.19 – Brazil Felipe MassaWilliams Martini Racing2:02.46016
14.11 – Mexico Sergio PerezSahara Force India2:02.51115
15.77 – Finland Valtteri BottasWilliams Martini Racing2:02.75617
16.08 – France Romain GrosjeanLotus F1 Team2:02.88517
17.13 – Venezuela Pastor MaldonadoLotus F1 Team2:02.0748
18.99 – Deutschland Adrian SutilSauber F1 Team2:02.1317
19.17 – France Jules BianchiMarussia F1 Team2:02.7028
20.10 – Japan Kamui KobayashiCaterham F1 Team2:03.5958
21.04 – United Kingdom Max ChiltonMarussia F1 Team2:04.3888
22.09 – Sweden Marcus EricssonCaterham F1 Team2:04.4077