The 2014 Formula 1 Spanish Grand Prix is Sunday, May 11, at 7:30 am EDT. For race fans out there that will not have access to NBC Sports when the lights go out, be sure to catch the live stream online by signing up for NBC Sports LiveExtra here.

Unsurprisingly, the fastest team remains the fastest team as Mercedes duo Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg lock out the first row on the grid. Lewis had a relatively difficult start to the weekend as his teammate was consistently faster than him during Friday's free practice sessions and through qualifying. Remarkably, Hamilton's last lap set the fastest time of 1:25.232s, just 0.168 ahead of Nico.

“Once you're in qualifying, there is nothing you can do, so we made a few changes [after FP3]," explained Hamilton. "That's why, in Q1, you saw I was half a second off Nico as I was just trying to put a lap together. At the end, I managed to do it by the skin of my teeth…” 

For Nico, the productive weekend made it seem as if pole position was his to lose. Remarkably, Rosberg watched helplessly as Hamilton managed to find another a faster way around Catalunya by 2 tenths of a second. That said, Nico is prepared to answer Hamilton immediately:

"it's still all to play for tomorrow," said Rosberg. "Second place is only a little bit away from optimum and all it takes is a good start tomorrow and I'm in the lead again.

The 2014 Formula 1 Spanish Grand Prix is Sunday, May 11, at 7:30 am EDT. For race fans out there that will not have access to NBC Sports when the lights go out, be sure to catch the live stream online by signing up for NBC Sports LiveExtra here.