The French rider Andretti Autosport team, Jean-Eric Vergne, will this afternoon from pole in the E-Prix in Moscow. After leading the championship will Nelson Piquet Jr. and Lucas Di Grassi.

The first qualifying group was formed by Piquet, Buemi, Algersuari, Wilson and Heidfeld.

Buemi went all out in their second and set the fastest lap of the weekend, after, half a second, Piquet Jr. remained But the Brazilian was not going to put anything easy Swiss and after a fantastic lap, He managed to reduce the time by 0.4 seconds to register first.

Group 1 finally ended Piquet Jr at the head followed by Buemi, Heidfeld, Wilson and Alguersuari.

In the second group, were Da Costa, Prost, Bird, D’Ambrosio and Abt.

After a first round of installation and heating of tires, 5 pilots of the group they were trying to lose time Piquet.

But no driver could overtake Piquet and Buemi, still, D’Ambrosio, Prost and Abt were placed in third, fourth and fifth provisional position. Sam Bird finished seventh and ninth Da Costa.

Group 3 consisted of Vergne, Garcia, Duval, Di Grassi and Trulli.

Di Grassi made a fantastic second qualifying lap and climbed to the second position, between Piquet and Buemi. But then came Vergne, with a return to the boundary walls of the circuit near Moscow, he managed to overtake Piquet and got the provisional pole.

With two minutes to go, the car Duval stood at the exit of the hairpin when he came to improve, bad luck for French rider who took the last interim period. Other drivers of the Group 3 ended as follows: first Vergne, Di Grassi third, Trulli ninth and twelfth Antonio Garcia.

The last qualifying group was made up of Liuzzi, Chandhok, Sarrazin, Senna and Duran.

A classification rather modest pilots of this group who did not pass the tenth.

Results: Vergne, Piquet Jr, Di Grassi, Buemi, D’Ambrosio, Abt, Prost, Heidfeld, Trulli, Sarrazin, Duran, Bird, Wilson, Grace, Da Costa, Senna, Chandhock, Algersuari, Duval and Liuzzi.