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Rosberg on pole after Hamilton crashes out

Nico Rosberg scored pole position for the German Grand Prix in a qualifying session that proved a disaster for Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton. World championship leader Rosberg's first run in Q3 provided what would be an unbeatable time of 1:16.54s. Williams duo Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa will start second and third respectively after continuing the British squad's strong recent form. Bottas had been more than 0.5s away from Rosberg after the opening Q3 runs, but drew within 0.22s of the pole-sitter with an improvement on his second attempt. Kevin Magnussen was arguably the star of the session to put his McLaren fourth, some seven places ahead of his world champion team-mate...
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