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Charles Leclerc claims pole position for Spanish Grand Prix

Charles Leclerc has claimed pole position ahead of Sunday's Spanish Grand Prix, beating out Max Verstappen in second by 0.323 and Carlos Sainz in third. The Ferrari driver claimed his fourth pole position of the season with a lap time of 1:18.750 and his first ever pole in Spain. George Russell followed in fourth and Lewis Hamilton claimed sixth, with Sergio Perez splitting the Mercedes duo. Valterri Bottas finished seventh, followed by Kevin Magnussen, Daniel Ricciardo and Mick Schumacher. Aston Martin and Alonso miss out on Q2 appearance Red Bull sent out both Perez and Verstappen early in the session, which surprised many. The Mexican beat Guanyu Zhou's first lap time by 0.618 seconds...
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