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Hamilton to start from P1 in Saturday Sao Paulo sprint

Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton was firmly on top in Friday evening's qualifying session in Sao Paulo, which sets the starting grid for tomorrow's sprint race. Hamilton will start at the front with Red Bull's Max Verstappen alongside him on the front row, with their respective team mates lining up immediately behind them. Pierre Gasly was also looking strong with the AlphaTauri fifth fastest ahead of the two Ferraris of Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc. A small piece of F1 history was made with Nicholas Latifi legitimately out-qualifying his team mate George Russell for the first time in their time together at Williams (not counting the Italian GP sprint at Monza). 2021 Sao Paulo Grand Prix...
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