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Rosberg takes pole after dramatic qualifying in Hungary

Nico Rosberg has taken pole position for the Hungarian Grand Prix after an action-packed qualifying hour, with his team-mate Lewis Hamilton making a fiery exit from the second session. In warm conditions and under cloudy skies, the first segment of qualifying at the Hungaroring kicked off. It was a relatively slow start to the session, with Jules Bianchi, Kamui Kobayashi, Marcus Ericsson and Pastor Maldonado being the first to take to the track. Maldonado's session didn't last long, as he pulled over and climbed out of the car just prior to the final corner on his opening lap with a reliability issues. Kobayashi was the first to set a time, with his 1:28.755 swiftly being beaten by the...
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