Nico Rosberg has finally out qualified his teammate Lewis Hamilton to grab his first pole of the season.
The top teams were all saving the medium compound tyres for the race, as they have described it as a 'beautiful race tyre'.
Can Rosberg convert his first pole into his first win of the season?
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Nico Rosberg has finally managed to beat teammate Lewis Hamilton and grab his first pole of the season.
The German beat his teammate in both Q1 and Q2, and will hope that he can continue his dominance and grab his first win of the season.
The Ferrari of Sebastian Vettel is third on the grid, maintaining his place as the best of the rest, he has Valtteri Bottas for company on the second row.
The surprises of the day, however, were the Toro Rosso cars with Carlos Sainz and Max Verstappen qualifying fifth and sixth ahead of Ferrari's Kimi Räikkönen.
The two rookies continue to impress with some eye-catching performances for the Red Bull junior team.
McLaren continued their progress up the field and are currently ahead of Sauber and Force India, but are still a way off from making it into Q3.
Top 10 results of qualifying session from the Circuit de Catalunya, Barcelona:
- N Rosberg (GER) Mercedes 1:24.681
- L Hamilton (GBR) Mercedes 1:24.948
- S Vettel (GER) Ferrari 1:25.458
- V Bottas (FIN) Williams 1:25.694
- C Sainz (SPA) Toro Rosso 1:26.136
- M Verstappen (NED) Toro Rosso 1:26.249
- K Raikkonen (FIN) Ferrari 1:26.414
- D Kvyat (RUS) Red Bull 1:26.629
- F Massa (SPA) Williams 1:26.757
- D Ricciardo (AUS) Red Bull 1:26.770