Red Bull driver claims second pole of the season; Button completes the front row
6 June 2009

Sebastian Vettel will start from pole position for tomorrow's Turkish Grand Prix.

The Red Bull driver pushed the Brawn GP cars of Jenson Button and Rubens Barrichello to second and third, and his team mate Mark Webber will start from fourth.

Jarno Trulli qualified fifth, just ahead of Kimi Raikkonen and three-time winner Felipe Massa in the two Ferraris.

World champion Lewis Hamilton will start his McLaren from 16th after he was knocked out in Q1 for the second consecutive race.


1. Vettel (Red Bull-Renault) 1:28.316

2. Button (Brawn-Mercedes) 1:28.421

3. Barrichello (Brawn-Mercedes) 1:28.579

4. Webber (Red Bull-Renault) 1:28.613

5. Trulli (Toyota) 1:28.666

6. Raikkonen (Ferrari) 1:28.815

7. Massa (Ferrari) 1:28.858

8. Alonso (Renault) 1:29.075

9. Rosberg (Williams-Toyota) 1:29.191

10. Kubica (BMW-Sauber) 1:29.357


11. Heidfeld (BMW-Sauber) 1:27.521

12. Nakajima (Williams-Toyota) 1:27.629

13. Glock (Toyota) 1:27.795

14. Kovalainen (McLaren-Mercedes) 1:28.307

15. Sutil (Force India-Mercedes) 1:28.391


16. Hamilton (McLaren-Mercedes) 1:28.318

17. Piquet (Renault) 1:28.582

18. Buemi (Toro Rosso-Ferrari) 1:28.708

19. Fisichella (Force India-Mercedes) 1:28.717

20. Bourdais (Toro Rosso-Ferrari) 1:28.918

All timing unofficial

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