Sebastian Vettel admits pole position was beyond him at British GP
Red Bull driver jokes Hamilton must have found a short-cut
By William Esler
Last Updated: 29/06/13 4:16pm
As expected, the Silver Arrows locked out the front row of the grid, with the Red Bulls completing the second row.
The triple-World Champion conceded that pole was beyond him on Saturday, but is hoping for a better performance in the race.
"We'll obviously see what happens tomorrow, it's a long race, but very happy today," Vettel said.
"I don't know, either Lewis found a short-cut or he has something special around here, because it was a phenomenal lap!
"I think it wasn't in reach today [for Red Bull]. I was very happy with the lap I had at the end and it was very close with Mark as well. So I think what we could for the team and it's always nice to position well in qualifying, especially round here. Qualifying is good fun, I'm enjoying the high-speed corners, and am looking forward to the race.
"We will see how we are with tyres, looking after them, but as I said very happy for the team right now. So it's a good position to start from."