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F1 Hungarian GP: Hamilton claims pole position


Lewis Hamilton has set a new track record to take the Hungarian GP pole position ahead of Valtteri Bottas while racing point locked out second row.

The Briton roared to his 90th career F1 pole with one minute 13.443 seconds, to beat Bottas by a mere tenth of a second.

That's while racing point raised some eyebrows in the qualifying as Lance Stroll became the third fastest driver, 0.764 seconds down on pole, with his teammate Sergio Perez finishing 4th, a fraction of a second behind.

Sebastian Vettel pipped Charles Leclerc, by 4 tenth of a second to lockout the third row of the grid for Ferrari and Red Bull's Max Verstappen could only qualify seventh.

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