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Hamilton and Bottas lock out front row on Abu Dhabi starting grid

Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas secured a perfect qualifying result for Mercedes as the Silver Arrows will start from the front of the grid at tomorrow's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. Ferrari and Red Bull will follow on the next two rows on the grid. As the sun was edging ever closer to the horizon, and track temperatures started dropping, qualifying kicked off with both Sauber and McLaren cars venturing out on track as soon as possible. Williams and Toro Rosso soon told their drivers to join the party, making use of a reasonably quiet track. None of those surprised on their first laps, though it was Leclerc who was the fastest of these early runners. The top teams then only came out on track...
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