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Singapore Qualifying: Leclerc on pole, Red Bull mess up

Charles Leclerc took his second pole position at the Marina Bay Circuit in Singapore, after mastering the tricky conditions after Red Bull denied Max Verstappen a chance for pole. The final part of qualifying was quite tricky to master, as the track was primed for Soft slick tyres with some few tricky wet patches here and there, but it was Charles Leclerc who managed to reign supreme after the chequered flag was waved. As Q3 started, Lewis Hamilton hit first and went fastest raising hopes for his team and fans that pole maybe a possibility, but as the track dried out, lap times started to fall and the Briton had to settle for third in the end. Max Verstappen messed up his initial effort...
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