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Vettel claims closely fought US pole position

Sebastian Vettel will start the United States Grand Prix from pole position after a tense battle between himself and team-mate Mark Webber. The latter looked set to take two in a row after beating Vettel to pole in Abu Dhabi last time out, but he was narrowly beaten despite holding a four-tenths advantage over Vettel. The German however managed to find enough time in the final sector alone to beat Webber by just a tenth. The battle for the second row was also closely fought between Romain Grosjean and Nico Hulkenberg, but the Red Bulls were untouchable in front. In fifth was Lewis Hamilton, with Fernando Alonso, Sergio Perez and Lotus stand-in Heikki Kovalainen in eighth. Valtteri Bottas...
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