Vandoorne secures pole position in Austria
19 June 2015 – Championship leader Stoffel Vandoorne extended his advantage further by claiming the four points for pole position in Austria.
Vandoorne moved clear of the pack with a time of 1:14.174 and his lap was not beaten as rivals failed to improve on the Belgian's benchmark.
Vandoorne's nearest rival was ART team-mate Nobuharu Matsushita, who was 0.089s behind, while DAMS' Pierre Gasly was third quickest.
Sergey Sirotkin had matched Vandoorne's initial time at the mid-point of the session but slipped to fourth as his rivals improved.
Rio Haryanto was fifth, while Raffaele Marciello recovered from being baulked early on to register sixth place.
Nick Yelloly beat compatriot Jordan King to seventh place as Arthur Pic and Alex Lynn rounded out the top 10.
Vandoorne's nearest rival in the title race, Alexander Rossi, qualified in 12th position.
The GP2 Feature Race at the Red Bull Ring begins on Saturday at 15:40 local time (GMT +2)