Lewis Hamilton took pole position for the German Grand Prix, while Sebastian Vettel's miserable form continued for Ferrari as he was unable to even set a time and will start from the back. Vettel's teammate Charles Leclerc was unable to start the last part of qualifying, Q3, and is set to begin from 10th place on the grid on Sunday. Ferrari are winless in 10 races this season, while Hamilton is aiming for a sixth win in seven. It was a record-extending 87th pole for the five-time world champion, who is 11 wins shy of Michael Schumacher's record of 91. Hamilton starts on the front row alongside Red Bull's Max Verstappen, who knocked Hamilton's Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas into third place. Red Bull's Pierre Gasly goes from fourth.