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Rosberg beats Hamilton to pole

Formula One leader Nico Rosberg swept to pole position at the Belgian Grand Prix on Saturday with Mercedes teammate and title rival Lewis Hamilton alongside on the front row after a wet qualifying session. Red Bull's four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel, last year's winner at the circuit in the Ardennes forests, qualified in third place and was joined on the second row by Ferrari's Fernando Alonso. Rosberg leads 2008 world champion Hamilton by 11 points after 11 of 19 races. The pole was Rosberg's seventh of the season, with dominant Mercedes taking 11 of the 12 so far, fourth in a row and 11th of his Formula One career. It was also his first at Spa in typically tricky conditions and...
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