Sebastian Vettel could become the first driver in seven years to win five races in a row if he wins in China.
Mercedes relegated Ferrari to the fourth-fastest team in Shanghai.
Pirelli will supply its two softest tyre compounds at the Monaco Grand Prix.
Renault expect to get both cars in the points tomorrow despite qualifying tenth and 16th.
Fernando Alonso was disappointed to qualify behind three different cars in China.
Pictures from qualifying for the Chinese Grand Prix
Jenson Button admitted McLaren weren’t able to compete with Red Bull in qualifying in China.
Mark Webber said he “paid the ultimate price” for problems with his car in qualifying.
Sebastian Vettel set pole position for the fourth race in a row and continued his unbeaten run in 2011.
Sebastian Vettel takes his third consecutive pole position in China.
Follow the 2011 Chinese Grand Prix qualifying session on F1 Fanatic Live.
Sebastian Vettel remains the man to beat in Shanghai after final practice.
Follow the 2011 Chinese Grand Prix final practice session on F1 Fanatic Live.
In the round-up: Bernie Ecclestone warns again over F1’s planned engine rules change.