Canadian F1 Grand Prix 2018 Qualifying: Saturday's Results, Times, Final Grid

'If I get a few more I'll head-butt someone' - F1 driver snaps over line of questioning

'If I get a few more I'll head-butt someone' - F1 driver snaps over line of questioning

"I quickly saw that it was going to be hard to take pole position but you always do your best and try to get the best out of the vehicle".

Vettel was delighted with his lap, which was Ferrari's first pole in Canada since 2001.

"When I heard whispers about a potential penalty here, I was like, 'I'll take it in Paul Ricard, but not here, '" Ricciardo said.

Bottas added: "It's always annoying when it's so close and we're not ahead but starting on the front row is good for this race".

The Red Bull driver said at a news conference Thursday before the Canadian Grand Prix that he's exhausted of questions about the crash in Azerbaijan that also knocked out teammate Daniel Ricciardo, or the one in Monaco that sent him to the back of the grid. Yesterday we had a couple of small lock-ups but not a lot and as you continue to push the set-up there are areas that can be affected.

Vettel, meanwhile, was forced to miss the start of FP2 after lengthy set-up changes were made to his auto, and he conceded that Ferrari have work to do ahead of qualifying.

Late in making his qualifying sims, the Australian was hampered by traffic but eventually managed to post a best time just 0.405s off his teammate's pace and good enough for third. The Dutchman had topped all three practice sessions leading into qualifying. We knew in Q3 it would be a bit harder for us but to be still so close was good.

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"I think we have the pace to take the fight to Ferrari and Mercedes".

Vettel is winless from the last four races but he is now in a strong position to ensure that does not extend to five rounds after edging out Bottas by just eight hundredths of a second.

Hamilton was third in first qualifying, fifth in second qualifying and fourth after the first runs in the top 10 shoot-out.

The Red Bull has looked quick all weekend and Verstappen believes his auto will be better in the race especially as they are starting on the soft tyre.

"I'm getting really exhausted of all the questions", said the 20-year-old, who has fewer than half the points of Red Bull team-mate Daniel Ricciardo ahead of Sunday's Canadian Grand Prix.

The Ferrari driver went on to claim pole position at Montreal on Saturday, and he progressed from Q2 with the ultrasoft tyre, meaning he avoids having to start the race on the more fragile hypersoft.

And then a quick new track record for Vettel, knocking spots off the Mercedes with 1:10.776.

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