Zeenews Sports Bureau
Greater Noida: The Grand Finale of the Indian Grand Prix Formula One will be held on Sunday in Greater Noida.
Earlier on Saturday, Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel claimed pole position for the inaugural Formula One Indian Grand Prix.
Vettel`s time of 1 minute, 24.178 seconds around Buddh International Circuit was three tenths of a second faster than McLaren`s Lewis Hamilton, who will drop down to fifth as a result of a rules infringement in Friday practice.
Red Bull`s Mark Webber was third fastest, ahead of Ferrari`s Fernando Alonso and McLaren`s Jenson Button.
Ferrari`s Felipe Massa qualified seventh despite a heavy crash on the final lap when his right-front suspension broke going over a curb, sending him skidding into a barrier.
Mercedes` Nico Rosberg, Force India`s Adrian Sutil and Toro Rosso pair Sebastien Buemi and Jaime Alguersuari completed the top 10.