Hamitlon will share the first row on Sunday with Finnish teammate Valtteri Bottas, who clocked one minute, 16.213 seconds. reports Efe.
This was the second pole position of the season for Hamilton, a four-time world champion, following the Australian Grand Prix.
Hamilton, who earned his 74th pole position of his career, leads the drivers' standings with 70 points after four races, four ahead of Vettel, also a four-time world champion.
Ferrari's two drivers are to start Sunday from the second row, as Vettel was third Saturday with a time of one minute, 16.305 seconds, only 0.307 seconds ahead of Finnish teammate Kimi Raikkonen.
Spaniard Fernando Alonso (McLaren) made it to the final qualifying round for the first time this year, and is set to kick off the race from the eighth spot.
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