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No shocks in Q2 in Montreal

Felipe Massa led the way in Q2 as all the expected front runners made it through to the final phase of qualifying for the Canadian GP.

All the top runners made it through to the pole position shootout today for the F1 2011 Canadian Grand Prix.

In the end Force India's Paul di Resta finished just on the wrong side of the cut-off, 0.285 seconds off Nick Heidfeld in tenth. Pastor Maldonado was next up and will start 12th in his Williams, ahead of Kamui Kobayashi's Sauber and the other Force India of Adrian Sutil.

Sebastien Buemi and Rubens Barrichello took 15th and 16th, while Pedro de la Rosa could manage only the 17th best time – although encouragingly he was only two tenths off the sister Sauber.

At the top of the times, Felipe Massa led the way for Ferrari, fractionally ahead of Sebastian Vettel followed by Mark Webber and Fernando Alonso. Lewis Hamilton was fifth with Nico Rosberg, Jenson Button, Michael Schumacher and the two Renault's of Vitaly Petrov and Heidfeld in positions 6 through to 10.

More to follow after Q3...




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10.06.2011- Friday Practice 1, Paul di Resta (GBR) Force India VJM04
10.06.2011- Friday Practice 2, Paul di Resta (GBR) Force India VJM04
10.06.2011- Friday Practice 2, Paul di Resta (GBR) Force India VJM04

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