Rosberg, fastest in Singapore

Nico Rosberg does not give up. The issues that had the team Mercedes in their two vehicles during the free practice sessions, disappeared as if by magic in the classification, and that allowed the German pilot to win a new pole position, seventh of the year and the 29th of his career, and beat it back to his team-mate, Lewis Hamilton, will start from the third position, in the second line. The british lost your choices when you made a slight error in your last attempt and was overtaken by the Red Bull of Daniel Ricciardo, who will be second.

The battle for the world title is absolute. Rosberg recovering the moral day-to-day and is moving closer to Hamilton in the standings. Now is just two points and when to take the out in the Singapore Grand Prix will be a solid option arrebatárselos. The output will be crucial. Hamilton broke badly at Monza and that cost him the victory. In Marina Bay, the british will try to sneak between the cars that preceded it and the show seems assured. Behind, will be Verstappen and Raikkonen, who will come fourth and fifth respectively.

The disappointment was great for Sebastian Vettel who had to watch from the workshop as his team-mate is ranked second in the first round of the classification. Vettel suffered a mechanical problem in the rear suspension of his Ferrari, and in some corners was rolling on only three wheels, the other floated. As a result, Vettel will leave the last of the grill and you will see very committed to his career in a plot as complicated as that of Singapore. “We don't know exactly what has failed,” said Vettel. “We did not have time to repair it, it looks like a problem with one of the bars in the rear. I rolled with three wheels and it is evident that it is not the best way. We have pace and speed, but for me it will be difficult.”

Both Carlos Sainz as Fernando Alonso managed this time to qualify for the third round and will depart from the sixth and ninth positions, respectively. Did so very solvent, aided also by a yellow flag that appeared when many cars were in the middle of his fast lap in the second session. The caused the accident suffered by Romain Grosjean, who all weekend had been complaining of a crashing problem with your brakes. In the end, he struggled to see built your car against the retaining wall and condemned to start from the 15th position. Alonso was completing his turn and Sainz also. But both had already surpassed the curve of the accident and, therefore, they were able to finish with peace of mind your back. In contrast, Jenson Button was affected and will start from the 13th position, like the two Williams.

“We have managed to move on to the Q2 with the superblandos and this allowed me to save the tyres to give a good lap with the ultrablandos in the last batch,” said a Carlos Sainz, who will depart in front of Fernando Alonso. “We have a good race pace and we will see if we can't get among the first. No one we have told you in the last race, when we were within three seconds of the best. Now I'm very happy.” Sainz called the sixth position in Hungary and Monaco. And again beat his team mate, Daniil Kvyat, seventh.

“It has been a good Saturday, with the entrance in Q3. And there we knew that we would be between the eighth and the tenth. So all good,” said Alonso. “Here it is better to go ninth to eleventh. And I think this time we will be able to get points. We will try to focus on making a good strategy that allows us to gain positions in the stops in the workshop and we will be at the point for if it happens any incident”.
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