Mark Webber Grabs Monaco Grand Prix Pole

Dustin H.Correspondent IMay 15, 2010

MONTE CARLO, MONACO - MAY 15:  Mark Webber of Australia and Red Bull Racing drives on his way to finishing first during qualifying for the Monaco Formula One Grand Prix at the Monte Carlo Circuit on May 15, 2010 in Monte Carlo, Monaco.  (Photo by Paul Gilham/Getty Images)
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Mark Webber grabbed the pole for the Monaco Grand Prix in his Red Bull Racing Renault from Monaco on Saturday. The Red Bull Team has won all the poles in 2010 with Webber and Vettel and continued dominance in a exciting qualifying session from the streets of Monaco. Webber bumped Robert Kubica off the pole and Sebastian Vettel will start in third. Robert Kubica was fastest in the third and final practice and Fernando Alonso in the Ferrari crashed and never got a chance to qualify. The Monaco Grand Prix is the biggest grand prix of all and qualifying is key to victory on the tight streets in Monaco.

Monaco Grand Prix Starting Grid

1.Mark Webber 1:13.826

2.Robert Kubica

3.Sebastian Vettel

4.Felipe Massa

5.Lewis Hamilton

6.Nico Rosberg

7.Michael Schumacher

8.Jenson Button

9.Rubens Barrichello

10.Vitantonio Luizzi

The Monaco Grand Prix can be seen on Speed Sunday at 7:30am ET.

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