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Qualifying Analysis: Rosberg falters, Hamilton reigns supreme, and Grosjean hauls Lotus into Q3

Wet qualifying sessions have become something of a norm for Formula One fans recently, as a shower of rain in Shanghai made it three wet sessions out of four in 2014. Wet weather meant one thing, a chance for Lewis Hamilton to shine, and that he did, the 2008 champion collecting his third pole of the campaign, making history in the process. Dan Paddock runs you through the talking points from qualifying for the Chinese Grand Prix. Is Nico Rosberg feeling the pressure? The intra-team battle between the two Mercedes drivers in Bahrain was a delight to behold, and was the centre piece to what many have called the best F1 race in years. But one must wonder, looking at the evidence of today’s...
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