Force India in top 10 for European GP qualifying
Di Resta, who was third quickest in Q2 and was placed top five in the final session, was pushed back on the grid along with Hulkenberg. Both Force India’s recorded 1:38.752 and 1:38.992.
India’s Narain Karthikeyan will start today’s race in 22nd place ahead of the two Marussias. He managed to clock 1:42.527, slower than his teammate Pedro de la Rosa's 1:42.171.