For the sixth time in seven races this season, Sebastian Vettel has taken pole position at the Formula1 GP of Canada. The only time that he was not on pole, it was his team mate Mark Webber who was on pole and that means that Red Bull Racing have monopolized pole position in the 2011 season so far. But Canada seems to have been kind to Ferrari who finally pulled their act together and so Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa have qualified second and third. Fourth position went to the other Red Bull of Mark Webber while Lewis Hamilton in the McLaren qualified in fifth ahead of Nico Rosberg in sixth place. Hamilton’s team mate Jenson Button in the second McLaren qualified in seventh place ahead of Michael Schumacher in the other Mercedes in eighth. Ninth and tenth places went to the Lotus Renaults of Nick Heidfeld and Vitaly Petrov. Paul Di Resta of Force India qualified in eleventh while his team mate Adrian Sutil could manage only fourteenth on the grid. Narain Karthikeyan scraped into the race by just about making the 107% time of Alonso who was in first position in Q1. Jerome D’Ambrosio in the Marussia Virgin car could not make the cut, so technically only 23 cars will start the race. Marussia Virgin could appeal for amnesty for D’Ambrosio and if he gets it then the whole field will be in the race.