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Rosberg takes pole as Hamilton fails to set a time

style="margin: 0px; font-family: Times;">   HUNGARORING, 26th July 2014 (F1Plus / Katie Grimmett) - It was Nico Rosberg who best negotiated the changing conditions and will start tomorrow’s race in pole position.   The German was the only driver to dip under the 1:23.00 for a single flying lap.    He will be joined on the front row by Sebastian Vettel. The four time world champion was five tenths-of-a-second behind for Red Bull.    Valtteri Bottas just missed out on matching his seconde place qualifying position from Germany and will start third for Williams whilst a consistent Daniel Ricciardo will start fourth in the second Red Bull. ...
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