Continuing the pattern of slightly less Mercedes domination in Formula One this year, the front row of the Russian Grand Prix starting grid will be Ferrari red on Sunday. Sebastian Vettel is on pole, with teammate Kimi Raikkonen in second. Mercedes locked up the third and fourth spots, and the full lineup is here.
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Kimi missed the pole, because of mistakes in the last two corners.
First Ferrari 1-2 start since France 2008.
The Ferrari hype train has no brakes, choo, choo motherfuckers!
Ricardo once again pulling a fast one in the last possible moment, but Red Bull like last year are just not competitive enough.
For a retired driver, Massa, is fast.
And the absolute highlight of the day - Alsono said something good about the car.
We are in for an interesting race tomorrow.