American pop group Black Eyed Peas and singer Nicole Scherzinger both perform here on Saturday night.
"Yesterday we were at a bit of a loss and we had to make a lot of changes overnight", said Hamilton, who was 10th in P2. Indeed he reacted in a prickly fashion when a German journalist asked if he planned to see her this weekend.
Be sure not to miss this race, because the war between Vettel and Hamilton is just heating up, and with the title at stake, neither driver will back out from it. "I am focused on winning the race". "The insane thing is the hunger for another pole", Hamilton said.
"My pole lap in Montreal was pretty special, but I think this one here tops that", he remarked.
Sainz qualified in 12th place but will start from 15th due to a three-place grid penalty for causing a collision at the start of the Canadian Grand Prix, promoting Kevin Magnussen, Nico Hulkenberg and Pascal Wehrlein to 12th, 13th and 14th respectively on the grid tomorrow.
Hamilton dominated Q1 with a superb showing, as he set the fastest lap ever at the Baku City Circuit before improving on it shortly after.
Empty NYC transit bus rolls down street, hits church, cars
The bus, Ortega said, "hit the [BMW] with so much force" that it wrecked the front end of the burgundy vehicle. The MTA bus crashed into at least ten parked cars before it finally came to a stop after it hit a church.
The Australian sustained damage to the left rear of his auto and was forced to stop on track. The run before was good and, before the red flag, everything was going ok. The Finn had claimed provisional pole after Hamilton locked a wheel on his first run.
Vettel will probably not have too many problems in passing his teammate, but will have to be at the top of his game if he is hoping to challenge for victory.
"The most important thing is we made it out in time, we had no issues in qualifying so it was the right thing to do".
Jolyon Palmer is a man under pressure following his pointless start to the new season.
Palmer's Renault engine momentarily caught alight before the track marshals put the blaze out. He will start from the back of the field.
"I thought the hunger might drop off after I matched him (Senna)", Hamilton said. "But, no, this is our speed".
Alonso, 35, is out of contract with McLaren at the end of the season, and Briatore's very public dates will only heighten the British team's concern that their star man will leave. Out-qualified at every event thus far by teammate Nico Hulkenberg, yet to score a point in a vehicle that's more than capable of doing so - as shown by Hulkenberg and at the back of the grid this weekend - albeit due to a fiery exit in Practice 3.