Mark Webber ended Sebastian Vettel’s run of five consecutive pole positions to snatch pole for tomorrow’s Spanish GP at Barcelona. Vettel finished second on the grid while third place on the grid will be filled up by Lewis Hamilton. Red Bull Racing is having a dream run and even though Vettel’s pole run has been broken Red Bull Racing’s run continues for Webber also drives for the same team. Fernando Alonso finished fourth in qualifying today and will line up alongside old nemesis Lewis Hamilton. Incredibly enough Vettel has finished on the front row of the grid for ten successive races so far. Mark Webber’s comeback continues and it should be interesting to see how he fares in the race tomorrow. Normally Barcelona does not aid overtaking but with this year’s artificial aids such as the rapidly degrading Pirelli tyres, the DRS system and KERS that bit about the circuit is most likely to change. All these factors have more or less rendered qualifying slightly meaningless.