Lewis Hamilton suffered further disappointment as a engine fire caused him to stop in Q1. He will start 21st but could opt to start from the pit-lane.
Rosberg will not be complacent tomorrow as he had to work hard to beat Vettel and 3rd placed Valtteri Bottas. In the changing track conditions, Rosberg kept his cool to set a blistering time to beat Vettel by half a second.
Daniel Ricciardo will start a steady 4th, ahead of Fernando Alonso, Felipe Massa and Jenson Button. Kevin Magnussen will start 10th after a crash at the beginning of Q3 which brought out a safety car.
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