Pressure. On occasion, the best know how to deliver it in spades, while sometimes the best can crack under it. The Canadian Grand Prix was no different.
Another Grand Prix, another pole for Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel and what better place to do it than Monaco.
Showing his expertise around the grounds of Monte Carlo once again, Fernando Alonso took the top spot in second free-practice yesterday.
Making an early statement on the streets of Monaco yesterday was Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel.
Sebastian Vettel took his fourth victory of the 2011 Formula 1 season in Barcelona today, yet it was far from clear cut.
One day, all things must come to an end and in Barcelona today, Mark Webber finally broke Sebastian Vettel's string of pole positions.
It has been twelve years since a driver last registered four consecutive pole positions at the start of a season.
Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel bounced back from a difficult Friday to claim the top spot in Saturday morning practice in Istanbul.
Sebastian Vettel recorded his third pole of the season and the 18th pole of his short career in Shanghai on Saturday.
Sebastian Vettel set the quickest time in Friday’s first practice session for the Chinese Grand Prix.
Mark Webber was quickest again in Sepang following the second free practice, although the apparent advantage was cut down from the opening session.
If Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel was dominant in qualifying, he was simply imperious in today's Australian Grand Prix.
To say that Sebastian Vettel easily took pole position in Melbourne today would be an understatement.
McLaren's Jenson Button topped the second practice session for this year's Australian Grand Prix.
Seven-time World Champion Michael Schumacher topped the fourth day of testing at Barcelona.
Sergio Perez topped the third day of testing at Circuit de Catalunya today.
Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel was once again the quickest driver around the Circuit de Catalunya yesterday.
Sebastian Vettel topped the first day of the third test at the Circuit de Catalunya in Barcelona yesterday.
The final day of testing at Jerez saw a Rubens Barrichello take the lead of the timesheets, at the wheel of his Cosworth-powered Williams.
Nick Heidfeld's chance of landing the Renault drive, in place of the injured Robert Kubica, received a bolster shot yesterday as he topped the best lap on the third day of testing at Jerez.