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Sainz takes first pole in wet qualifying at Silverstone

F1 Grand Prix, GP United Kingdom, Silverstone Circuit Ferrari's Carlos Sainz took pole position at Silverstone, setting him up for the best starting position in tomorrow's British Grand Prix. A tense and exciting session saw Verstappen end up second with the second Ferrari of Leclerc in third place. A properly soaking wet track awaited the drivers for qualifying, making for a completely different situation compared to FP3 where everybody enjoyed sunny conditions and a dry track. With fuel weight and hence load less important, but opportunities to discover the track all the more, cars were queuing at the end of the pitlane to get going. Albon was the first to get on track. The Williams...
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