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Hulkenberg ‘won about four seconds’

Nico Hulkenberg feels he “won about four seconds” on his final qualifying lap as he took fourth on the grid for the British Grand Prix. Despite the track still being damp in places, the final sector was much more dry than on the first runs at the start of Q3 and Hulkenberg took provisional pole before dropping down as other drivers completed their laps. However, Hulkenberg admitted he had almost returned to the pits himself having felt like he was losing time throughout the first half of the lap. “To begin with it was nowhere and I thought almost of aborting it because it felt really bad,” Hulkenberg said. “Obviously I was the first car out and with the track still being at its...
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