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Qualifying - Rosberg on pole as Hamilton's hopes go up in flames

Mercedes’ Nico Rosberg snatched pole position back from Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel on the final lap of a dramatic, rain-hit qualifying session in Hungary on Saturday afternoon. But there was yet more heartache for Rosberg’s team mate Lewis Hamilton, who, after dominating all three practice sessions, saw his Mercedes go up in flames at the start of Q1 because of a fuel leak. After his brake disc failure in qualifying in Germany, Hamilton’s latest round of unbelievable bad luck unravelled within moments of Q1 beginning, as his Mercedes rolled to a halt aflame in pit lane. His body language said it all when he trudged back to the pits as marshals dowsed his car with...
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