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Lewis Hamilton: 'It was a Tough Session, but I Really Enjoyed It'

The Mercedes-AMG team had a mixed qualifying session with Lewis Hamilton grabbing his third consecutive pole position but Nico Rosberg fell behind the Red Bull Racing drivers of Daniel Ricciardo and Sebastian Vettel to qualify fourth. In the third wet qualifying session out of four, Hamilton broke the British record for the number of career poles by taking his 34th and moving ahead of the legend that is Jim Clark in the list, and now is in the top four behind only Michael Schumacher, Ayrton Senna and Sebastian Vettel. But the Brit admitted the session was not easy as conditions meant tyre choice bordered on intermediate and full-wets throughout. “It was a tough session today, but I...
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