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Rosberg takes Hungarian pole in thrilling qualifying

Nico Rosberg took pole position for the Hungarian Grand Prix in what became a thrilling session. After Hamilton's car caught fire early on, rain still made things difficult for the German Mercedes driver. Sebastian Vettel will start from second while Qualifying for the Hungarian Grand Prix kicked off in similar conditions as during yesterday's FP2, slightly cloudy but with high ambient temperatures and the track heated to 44°C. Nobody was in a rush to come out, and it was eventually Jules Bianchi who went to take the track first. He soon returned to the pits, allowing Caterham drivers Ericsson and Kobayashi to set the first times. Romain Grosjean in the Lotus soon topped those two while at...
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