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Verstappen settles for front row: 'Mercedes hard to beat here'

After a stunning performance in the second round of qualifying for the Spanish Grand Prix on Saturday, Max Verstappen was a quarter of a second ahead of the rest of the field and hot favourite for pole position. But the Red Bull driver couldn't match Lewis Hamilton's ensuing pace in Q3 and ended up having to settle for second place. That puts him on the front row alongside Hamilton and ahead of Valtteri Bottas for the start of tomorrow's race. Far from being disappointed at missing out on pole, Verstappen felt that it was a job well done today. Read also: QUALIFYING REPORT Hamilton hits historic 100th pole ahead of Verstappen "We know that they're hard to beat around here but to be...
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