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Qualifying Analysis: Hamilton with it all to do at home, Button's back and wet weather sinks Ferrari

Artificial sparks, megaphone exhausts, standing restarts, who needs them? If you want  to add spectacle to Formula One, simply add water, as Saturday’s manic wet/dry qualifying session at Silverstone showed. Once upon a time a wet race track was once the forte of Lewis Hamilton, but it appears his Mercedes team-mate has learnt a thing or two, as Nico Rosberg struck hard and fast to claim pole number four of 2014. Dan Paddock runs you through the talking points from qualifying for the British Grand Prix. Hamilton flounders as Rosberg claims last grasp pole It had all been shaping up nicely for another faultless Mercedes qualifying performance, with Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg...
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