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Vettel beats Leclerc to take Suzuka Pole

Sebastian Vettel bested Charles Leclerc to take Pole Position for the Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, to make it five poles in-a-row for the Prancing Horse. In the opening runs Vettel produced a monstrous times, as the German was fastest in all three sectors, to lead team-mate Leclerc after the opening runs. Valtteri Bottas also led Lewis Hamilton as the pair turned the tables on their respective team-mates. Max Verstappen ran fifth, seven tenths adrift and only one tenth clear of the ever-improving Alex Albon. On the second runs, Leclerc narrowly missed out on taking provisional pole, only for Vettel to go even quicker to take a brilliant Pole – continuing the streak of German...
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