There were contrasting fortunes for the two Red Bull drivers during qualifying for the Monaco Grand Prix: Mark Webber was second fastest but inherits pole position from Michael Schumacher, who serves a five-place grid penalty; Sebastian Vettel, on the other hand, chose not to set a time during Q3, and qualified only tenth. - F1 - http://www.thecheckeredflag.co.uk/2012/05/red-bull-have-mixed-qualifying-session-in-monaco/
Monaco Grand Prix 2012: Mark Webber celebrates his second street success with Red Bull in Monte Carlo
Six races and six different winners, three of them being former world champions while two of them, first time winners. This year's Formula One Championships have been the most unpredictable in a long time. Today's Monaco Grand Prix too did not have an expected winner, but as Mark Webber was awarded pole position by Schumacher, he had the best chance of winning.