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Hungary Qualifying: Blow-by-blow report

Nico Rosberg after Rosberg on pole as engine fire sidelines Hamilton Briton will start at the back of the field after fuel leak ends qualifying hopes. Vettel on front row ahead of Bottas. Nico Rosberg grabbed his sixth pole position of the season at the Hungaroring as an engine fire ended Lewis Hamilton’s qualifying hopes on his first out lap at the start of the session. Hamilton will start the race from the back of the grid. Red Bull Racing’s Sebastian Vettel will line up alongside Hamilton on the front row, with Williams’ Valtteri Bottas this ahead of Daniel Ricciardo. Just five minutes in Q1 Hamilton, who was nearing the end of his first out lap, contacted his pit wall to inform...
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