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Mercedes break all-time F1 record with Hamilton's France pole

Mercedes broke an all-time Formula 1 record in qualifying for the French Grand Prix as Lewis Hamilton took pole position, leading Valtteri Bottas in the Silver Arrows' 63rd front-row lockout. Mercedes now have more qualifying one-twos than any constructor in F1 history.
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