Mark Webber labeled his qualifying session ahead of the Spanish Grand Prix as sensational after Red Bull blitzed its rivals.
"This pole is for the team," said Webber, who beat teammate Sebastian Vettel for his second pole position of the year, the fifth in five races for Red Bull. "Both sides of the garage have had a few hours sleep in the last two nights. They have worked really hard and it shows the effort they are putting into the car is translating into lap time.
"It was a sensational qualifying. Christian [Horner, team boss] said before qualifying that you probably won't get to drive a car like that around here very often, so enjoy it. I did."
Webber finished nearly a whole second ahead of the first non-Red Bull car, that of Lewis Hamilton. The Australian admitted it felt good to beat Vettel, but is aware that there are not points scored on Saturday.
"It is a good battle between both of us quite often," he said. "Seb has a great record, it is nice to get one the other way. It shows how well the team is working collectively as a group.
"It is nice if you get it all together and get the result. We have a good long race tomorrow. I am happy with car in race situation. There are no points today, so I am looking forward to tomorrow..