Monaco: Australian Mark Webber made sure of Red Bull`s sixth successive pole position after qualifying quickest for the showcase Monaco Grand Prix on Saturday.
Poland`s Robert Kubica split the two Red Bulls by putting his Renault alongside Webber on the front row and ahead of Germany`s Sebastian Vettel.
Ferrari`s Brazilian Felipe Massa completed the second row in fourth place.
His team mate Fernando Alonso, a two times Monaco winner, watched qualifying from the garage after wrecking his car in final practice. The Spaniard, second in the championship behind McLaren`s Jenson Button, will start from the pit lane.
World champion Button, last year`s winner on the metal-fenced streets of the principality with Brawn GP, just sneaked through to the third and final phase of qualifying and secured eighth slot on the grid.