Sebastian has Bahrain power; FORMULA ONE.World champ World Champ is a boxing game created by Visco for the Nintendo Entertainment System.
It was first released in Japan under the name Great Boxing: Rush Up, and was later published in the US by Romstar. The gameplay is very similar to Ring King, another NES boxing game. Sebastian Vettel claimed a first pole of the season for Red Bull in the controversial Bahrain Grand Prix.
The German - whose best finish was second at the season-opening Australian Grand Prix - roared home in 1min 32.422sec to finish 00.98sec faster than championship leader Lewis Hamilton in his McLaren.
Vettel's Red Bull team-mate Mark Webber was third followed by the other McLaren of Jenson Button.
Mercedes' Nico Rosberg, who won his first grand prix in China last week, took fifth place while Toro Toro may refer to:
- Denominación de Origen Toro, the Spanish wine region
- Toró, the nickname of Rafael Ferreira Francisco, Brazilian football (soccer) player
Vettel said: "It's not been an easy start to the season but it feels great to get pole and I owe it to the team."
Hamilton, who overtook Webber on his final qualifying lap, is also looking for his first win of the season, having finished third in the three races to date.
The Englishman insisted he was relishing the chance to take on the two Red Bull drivers.
He said: "I've put the car on the front row at every race this year and I feel this was one of my best qualifying displays."
Rosberg had clocked the fastest time in final practice but a lock-up appeared to cost him several places on the grid.
His team-mate Michael Schumacher failed to get past the first qualifying session and will start back in 18th after suffering problems with his DRS DRS Drives (street suffix)
DRS Dispute Resolution Service
DRS Department of Rehabilitative Services
DRS Direct Registration System (securities)
DRS Department of Rehabilitation Services rear wing flap.
Ferrari, meanwhile, continued to struggle with pace with Fernando Alonso their top performer in ninth, one place ahead of Scotland's Paul di Resta Paul di Resta is a race car driver born in West Lothian, Scotland on April 16 1986. He started his career in karting, racing in various competitive series of karts from 1994 until 2001. in his Force India.
One and only.. Vettel celebrates
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|Publication:||Sunday Mail (Glasgow, Scotland)|
|Date:||Apr 22, 2012|
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