Sebastien Buemi was happy to be back in Q2 in Singapore after having missed the first cut in the last two races. The Toro Rosso driver, who hasn't scored any points since the third round of the championship, will start from 14th position tomorrow.
"I am quite happy, as the session went smoothly without any mistakes," said Buemi. "I got the most I could out of the car and am pleased to have got ahead of Trulli. I'm glad to finally be back in Q2, as it's been a long time. Now we need to work on a race strategy, make a good start and run the pit stops well."
Team-mate Jaime Alguersuari was also pleased with his performance after setting the 17th-fastest time, equalling his best starting position in F1.
"We did quite well and we're getting faster," the Spaniard said. "It was quite difficult [to do] better than that, but am feeling more comfortable with the track every time I get the car.
"This has been the hardest track have driven apart from Macau. With it being street circuit, anything could happen tomorrow, so hopefully can have a good race."