That was a month’s break in the World Championship Formula 1 2013, in front of us waiting for the second half of the season, which opens the Belgian Grand Prix. On Saturday qualification, in the course of which the rain intervened, who managed to fool the forecasters, who promised a dry sunny weather. Rain forced the entire back of the field work during the first segment, and its termination under the curtain of the first dvadtsatiminutki allowed to shoot small teams. Turning to the intermediate tires to slicks, in the second segment, both pilots managed to break the team Marussia – Jules Bianchi and Max Chilton, and Guido van der Garde of Caterham and all showed the third result. The second segment, of course, put everything in its place. Outsiders were eliminated, and the top ten continued to fight for the top places in the final session. But almost as soon as it started to rain again loaded. And more interesting is the struggle, the riders change position to the last. At first the leaders were shrewd Paul di Resta, who immediately put the intermediate tires. All other pilots went on slicks, but after the installation circle hurried back to the pits. Rain intensified to the point and it seemed that transcend time, the Scot will hardly be possible. However, when the track was completely raw, rain tires started to work better, so at first time Paul has surpassed Nico Rosberg (4th place), and then both riders Red Bull – Mark Webber (3rd place) and Sebastian Vettel (2nd place). A last word appeared for Lewis Hamilton snatched the pole position in front of the competitors of tomorrow’s race. Thus, di Resta will start tomorrow only fifth, but he stayed behind and Jenson Button (6th place) and Romain Grosjean (7th place), and Kimi Raikkonen (8th place). And pilots Scuderia Ferrari and all ended up in the losers. Fernando Alonso will have to recoup from a distant ninth place and Felipe Massa closed the top ten, although at some point the Brazilian was second. But the Spa Francorchamps circuit is famous for not only the changeable weather but also the beautiful struggle that riders delight us year after year.