Mercedes secured their 21st consecutive pole position with Lewis Hamilton qualifying on P1 ahead of his teammate Nico Rosberg.
After a wobble at the British Grand Prix, Ferrari established themselves as the best of the rest behind the Silver Arrows team.
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Lewis Hamilton grabbed a comfortable pole position at the Hungarian Grand Prix, to complete a clean sweep of being fastest in all sessions thus far this weekend.
Nico Rosberg had a tough time matching his teammate's pace, but was quick enough to secure a place on the front row for tomorrow's race.
Sebastian Vettel secured Ferrari's place as the best of the rest but was only just over 3/10ths ahead of Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo, who underlined their pace from Friday to qualify on the second row.
Kimi Raikkonen will head the third row of the grid ahead of Williams' Valterri Bottas, who clearly does not have the pace they showcased at Silverstone.
The second Red Bull of Daniil Kvyat is in seventh place ahead of the second Williams of Felipe Massa, as Max Verstappen continues to impress in his debut campaign with ninth place for Toro Rosso with Romain Grosjean rounding out the top ten for Lotus.
The McLaren-Honda continue to struggle as Jenson Button was knocked out of Q1, while Fernando Alonso journey in Q2 was cut short as his car came to a halt on the final turn before he could set a competitive lap.
Despite Hamilton grabbing his 47th career pole position, all is not over as only once has a driver won from pole in the last 10 years at this circuit.
Top 10 results of qualifying session from the Hungaroring, Hungary:
- LC Hamilton (GBR) Mercedes 1:22.020
- N Rosberg (GER) Mercedes 1:22.595
- S Vettel (GER) Ferrari 1:22.739
- D Ricciardo (AUS) Red Bull 1:22.774
- K Raikkonen (FIN) Ferrari 1:23.020
- V Bottas (FIN) Williams 1:23.222
- D Kvyat (RUS) Red Bull 1:23.332
- F Massa (BRA) Williams 1:23.537
- M Verstappen (NED) Toro Rosso 1:23.679
- R Grosjean (FRA) Lotus 1:24.181