Published On: Sat, Aug 15th, 2020

Lewis Hamilton insists ‘job is not done’ as fears revealed ahead of Spanish Grand Prix | F1 | Sport

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“It’s such a long way down to Turn One here, so the job is not done, that’s for sure,” said Hamilton. “It’s very hard to follow [up strong qualifying] here.

“Positioning is good, but it will be hard to hold position. That’s what I’ve got to work on and try and get the best start I can.”

Hamilton’s pole position is the 92nd of his storied career and it means he’s the first driver to start on the front row at 150 Grands Prix.

His and Bottas’ efforts also extended Mercedes’ record of front-row lock outs to 68 – with five of those coming this season following Hamilton’s three-place grid penalty at the Austrian Grand Prix.

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