A delighted Mark Webber says is confident he will be able to make the most of his pole position in the Monaco Grand Prix tomorrow.
The Australian grabbed his second consecutive pole after a superb lap saw him finish nearly three tenths of a second ahead of Renault's Robert Kubica. The result also meant Red Bull has secured all six pole positions so far this year. Now, Webber is aiming to score his second win in a row.
"It's fantastic to be on pole and the team has done a very, very good job," said the Australian. "Pole at every race...it's very good for us and the team and Renault. We know someone had misfortune today, we saw Fernando [Alonso, who missed qualifying due to a practice crash], and we have to capitalize tomorrow."
The Australian, a dominant winner of the Spanish Grand Prix last weekend, admitted his car was great during today's sessions.
"The car was a pleasure. The guys have worked incredibly hard – it is a great team effort," said Webber. "Three Renault engines is a big credit as well. The heart rate is up. You have to be very precise and I am very happy to be here.
He added: "I will wake up happy in the morning. It is a long race, I know that. It is a very, very narrow track, we will come across backmarkers, the track here changes during the GP.
"I am optimistic I can have a nice clean race and do the best job possible. The team has given us good momentum and we can give it a good crack from there. We have some reasonable opposition around us, as is normal in F1."