Vettel back on pole at Hungarian Grand Prix
Formula One leader Sebastian Vettel held off McLaren's Lewis Hamilton on Saturday to return to pole position for Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix.
Hamilton looked on course to break the Red Bull domination of poles -- either Vettel or teammate Mark Webber has led from the start of every race during the 2011 season -- until the German world champion produced a superb lap of one minute and 19.815 seconds in the closing stages to steal the top spot.
Hamilton ended up just over one-and-a-half tenths of a second back with his McLaren teammate Jenson Button, who will start his 200th grand prix Sunday, qualifying in third.
Felipe Massa grabbed fourth ahead of his Ferrari teammate Fernando Alonso, before Webber came in sixth.
Mercedes drivers Nico Rosberg and Michael Schumacher claimed seventh and ninth, respectively, separated by Adrian Sutil in the Force India. Sauber's Sergio Perez completed the top 10.
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