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Jean-Eric Vergne was left to rue a lock-up at turn eight that cost him a potential place in the top 10 shootout.
Vergne will start the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix from 14th place on the grid.
'Everything went smoothly in Q1 and also in Q2, I managed to improve my time, even on old tyres and I was heading for a really good time at my last attempt, but I locked the wheels massively going into Turn 8 and that wiped out any advantage I had,' he said.
'It is a real shame because everyone had worked so hard yesterday and last night to give me a really good car, that I was very happy with right from the start of FP3.'
'I have to put my hand up and say I made the mistake. I wanted...
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