Formula 1: Hamilton’s track record has won the pole in Brazil

Формула-1: Хэмилтон с рекордом трассы завоевал поул в Бразилии

The pilot “Mercedes” Lewis Hamilton was the fastest during qualifying heats at the Grand Prix of Brazil.

The first segment with a score of 1:08,205 won the pilot of Red bull Max Verstappen. Out of the fight prematurely retired Carlos Sainz (Renault), Brand Hartley (“Toro Rosso), lance Stroll (“Williams”), Fernando Alonso and Stoffel Vandorn (both McLaren).

The Protocol of the second segment with a score of 1:08,492 headed Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes). The top 10 was no place for Kevin Magnussen (“Haas”), Nico Hulkenberg (“Reno”), Sergey Sirotkin (“Williams”), Sergio Perez and Esteban aukon (both “Force India”).

In the final qualification Hamilton won the first wave of fast laps, and the second attempt drove round for a record in the history of the route 1:07,281 than took all the questions about the owner of the pole.

Victory Lewis Hamilton in qualifying at the Grand Prix of Brazil became the 100th in the history of Mercedes. The Briton in this season already in 10-th time will start from pole position.

Grand Prix of Brazil. Qualifying results:

1. Lewis Hamilton (“Mercedes”) – 1:07,2812. Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari) – 0,0933. Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes) – 0,1604. Kimi Raikkonen (Ferrari) – 0,1755. Max Verstappen (Red Bull) – 0,4976. Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull) – 0,4997. Marcus Ericsson (“Zauber”) – 1,0158. Charles Leclere (“Zauber”) – 1,2119. Romain Grosjean (“Haas”) – 1,23610. Pierre Went Out (Toro Rosso) – 1,748

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