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Hamilton leads Bottas to claim Mercedes front row – Qualifying Report

French Grand Prix – Lewis Hamilton has taken pole position for Sunday's race at Paul Ricard, leading his teammate Valtteri Bottas. Charles Leclerc claimed P3 for Ferrari. Lewis Hamilton has claimed another pole position after setting a 1:28.319 on his second run in Q3. Setting that time on the Soft tyre, he had actually been quite a bit faster on that run through the first and second sector but lost quite a bit of time in the third sector as the wind picked up. Valtteri Bottas finished P2 to round out the Mercedes front row, with his second lap in Q3 a scruffy one. Failing to improve throughout all three sectors, it meant that Hamilton's first run would also have been good enough to...
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