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Verstappen on front row but 'not fast enough for pole'

Max Verstappen admitted that he was relieved to be starting tomorrow's Turkish Grand prix from the front row of the grid after struggling with the Red Bull's handling during Friday's practice session. "At the beginning it was quite tricky with the conditions," he told Paul di Resta in parc ferme after the end of qualifying. "But I think compared to yesterday we actually managed to turn it around quite well." Verstappen was third fastest at the end of Saturday afternoon's session, but will gain a place when Lewis Hamilton serves his ten place grid drop for taking a new engine. Read also: Bottas to start on pole in Turkey after Hamilton tops qualifying Hamilton's Mercedes...
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