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Wolff fearful: "If Max gets to P1 at the start, he could win the race"

Lewis Hamilton can start from the front in Qatar on Sunday afternoon thanks to a strong qualifying session. Toto Wolff was more than satisfied with the pole position afterwards. Speaking to ServusTV he expressed his admiration for the Brit. With a gap of fourteen points to Max Verstappen, Hamilton cannot afford any setbacks in the final phase of the season. During qualifying he pulled out all the stops to set a good time. A time of 1:20:827 proved to be enough to keep Verstappen and Valtteri Bottas in front. Read more Mercedes: 'Gap between Hamilton and Verstappen above our expectations'. According to Wolff, the two Mercedes drivers provided an ideal scenario. "If I wanted to choose...
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