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Mercedes remaining grounded despite stellar Sprint Qualifying performance

Valtteri Bottas leads Max Verstappen Mercedes is keeping its feet on the ground despite a strong showing during Sprint Qualifying for the Formula 1 Sao Paulo Grand Prix. Valtteri Bottas converted a front row start into the lead of the 24-lap encounter, holding on to secure pole position for Sunday’s race. Meanwhile, having been excluded from qualifying, Lewis Hamilton starred in a drive that saw him rise from last to fifth. “Honestly, I had no idea what was possible,' Hamilton told Sky Sports. 'I didn't set a limit or maximum. “I think when I was at the back of the grid just before the start, before we pulled away for the formation lap, I think I might have been able to see like...
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