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British Grand Prix qualifying thrilled as Lewis Hamilton secured a third pole position of the 2020 F1 season. The reigning champion started at the very front of the grid at the Styrian and Hungarian races and will once again at Silverstone having fought off Valtteri Bottas.

Q1 Results

16) Kevin Magnussen 17) Antonio Giovinazzi 18) Kimi Raikkonen 19) Romain Grosjean 20) Nicholas Latifi

George Russell maintains his 100 per cent record of outqualifying his team-mate as Nicholas Latifi ends up at the back of the grid for Sunday’s race.

The Williams driver, though, will soon be under investigation for potentially failing to slow down under yellow flags following Latifi’s spin.

Haas duo Kevin Magnussen and Romain Grosjean, as well as Alfa Romeo’s Antonio Giovinazzi and Kimi Raikkonen, join Latifi in being eliminated.

Mercedes’ Valtteri Bottas tops the time sheets in Q1, ahead of Lewis Hamilton and Red Bull’s Max Verstappen.

Q2 Results

11) Pierre Gasly 12) Alex Albon 13) Nico Hulkenberg 14) Daniil Kvyat* 15) George Russell

Lewis Hamilton’s Q2 spin threatens to plunge him into a qualifying nightmare – just as Valtteri Bottas sets a new lap record.

The incident sees the session red-flagged with the F1 champion yet to set a lap time and facing an unexpected elimination.

Hamilton recovers, though, to secure a place in Q2 as Bottas leads the field with a stunning 1:25.015 lap – three tenths quicker than his team-mate.

Alex Albon suffers more Q2 disappointment for Red Bull, while stand-in Racing Point driver Nico Hulkenberg is forced to settle for 13th place.

Q3 Results

1) Lewis Hamilton 2) Valtteri Bottas 3) Max Verstappen 4) Charles Leclerc 5) Lando Norris 6) Lance Stroll 7) Carlos Sainz 8) Daniel Ricciardo 9) Esteban Ocon 10) Sebastian Vettel

Lewis Hamilton pulls a rabbit out of the hat to shave the best seven tenths of a second off Valtteri Bottas’ lap record and show why he’s the king of Silverstone.

The six-time British Grand Prix winner will start on pole for the seventh time in Northamptonshire on Sunday, with his team-mate joining him on the front row.

Max Verstappen qualifies in third, squeezing out Charles Leclerc who outperforms Ferrari co-star Sebastian Vettel.

Disappointment for Lance Stroll as he puts his Racing Point sixth, joining Lando Norris on the third row.

* Daniil Kvyat will drop five grid places due to a penalty.

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