Lewis feels it's “good to be up on the front row again but I am a little disappointed with my last lap. I was seven-tenths up going into the last corner which was really slippery and unfortunately I went straight on.
I would have lost time there anyway as it was so wet but there was a chance of pole if the lap had come together.
Tomorrow should be a good opportunity for us though. The car felt great yesterday in the dry so we'll keep our fingers crossed that the rain stays away for the race and hopefully we can give Seb a run for his money.
We've got a good car and I feel like I'm on it here so let's see what we can do tomorrow.”