Ferrari lock out the front row leaving Mercedes to fill the second row.
Russian GP last week saw Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc jostle for places, disobey team orders.
The Monegasque racer claimed the team had agreed to hand him back the lead – suggesting Vettel had ignored team orders.
Mercedes remain unbeaten in Sochi since 2014.
Lewis Hamilton says Ferrari are on another level to Mercedes.
The Ferrari driver clocked a best lap of one minute and 31.628 seconds in the final seconds to grab pole and end Mercedes' five-year domination of the event since it began in 2014.
The four-time world champion reveals he talked to Charles Leclerc and believes their relationship won't turn nasty.
Ferrari’s pit strategy worked out in favour of Sebastian Vettel.
Vettel's last win in Singapore was in 2015, his first year with Ferrari.
Lewis Hamilton admits he would have not moved his car if the title was not at stake.
Charles Leclerc is looking more likely to be the heir apparent to Michael Schumacher at Ferrari.
Charles Leclerc lapped the 'Pista Magica' with a best time of 1:20.978 seconds.
Luca di Montezemolo says Charles Leclerc is a very intelligent driver and has great pace.
Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto wants his team to carry the momentum from Spa-Francorchamps to Monza.
Monza agreed on a deal in principle back in April, but the contract signing means all 22 Italian GP races next year now have firm contracts in place.
Charles Leclerc feels bittersweet about his first victory having lost good friend Anthoine Hubert.
This is Ferrari’s first front-row lockout since the Bahrain Grand Prix in March.
Charles Leclerc ended the day with a time of one minute, 44.123 seconds, putting him 0.630 seconds clear of teammate Sebastian Vettel.
Sebastian Vettel returns to the track where he last tasted victory.
Soaring sales of the Urus SUV, introduced in mid-2018, is helping Lamborghini draw level with Ferrari.
Ferrari chose to prioritise aerodynamic efficiency instead of maximising downforce when creating their 2019 car – a move that should favour them on challenging circuits.
Ferrari’s profit and shipments slowed from more buoyant demand at the start of the year.
Verstappen was handed a 5-second penalty for an unsafe release in May after he collided with Mercedes rival Valtteri Bottas in the Monaco pitlane.
Under threat from young teammate Charles Leclerc, it was Vettel who kept his footing this time while the Monegasque crashed out while in second place.