Lee McKenzie brings you all the reaction from qualifying for the Belgian Grand Prix with BBC F1 chief analyst Eddie Jordan.
Lewis Hamilton dominated the session, finishing 0.458 ahead of Mercedes team-mate Rosberg, a result that Hamilton admitted he was "buzzing" about.
Elsewhere, Lotus' Romain Grosjean was very happy finishing fourth quickest, although he will incur a five-place grid penalty for a replacement gearbox.
Hamilton will be looking to improve on his 21-point lead in the drivers' championship during the race tomorrow, but despite being on pole new start procedures could mix up the pack into the first corner.
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