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.
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