In what is becoming a boring too predictable thing Sebastian Vettel has yet again taken pole position in the build up to the European Grand Prix at Valencia. There has been only one occasion so far when Vettel did not qualify on pole but that time too it was his team mate Mark Webber who grabbed pole. In today’s qualifying Red Bull locked out the front row with Mark Webber taking P2 for tomorrow’s race. McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton took the third place on the grid while fourth and fifth places went to Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa respectively. Jenson Button in the second McLaren qualified sixth and Mercedes GP drivers Nico Rosberg and Michael Schumacher will occupy seventh and eighth places on the starting grid. Ninth went to Nick Heidfeld driving for the Lotus Renault team and Force India’s Adrian Sutil made it to Q3 and took tenth place on the grid while his team mate Paul Di Resta qualified in 12th place behind the Renault of Vitaly Petrov. India’s Narain Karthikeyan qualified last in 24th position in his Hispania Racing Team car but well inside the 107% rule.