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Provisional grid for the French GP

Lewis Hamilton will start Sunday's French GP from pole position, headlining a Mercedes 1-2, while Brendon Hartley has fallen to the back of the grid. Hamilton set the pace in qualifying, clocking 1:30.029 to edge his team-mate Valtteri Bottas by 0.118s. The duo topped Saturday's timesheet ahead of Sebastian Vettel and Max Verstappen as they put Mercedes' updated engine to good use. Meanwhile at the very back of the grid is Toro Rosso's Hartley. Engine troubles for the New Zealander in Friday's second practice meant Honda changed all six elements of the power unit. As such he racked up a penalty in excess of 30 grid places and falls from P17 to P20. The provisional grid 1 Lewis Hamilton...
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