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Leclerc snatches pole in Singapore sizzler as Verstappen twice abandons laps

Ian Parkes Saturday 1 October 2022 15:08 Charles Leclerc snatched a dramatic pole position as the Singapore Grand Prix threw up a dramatic qualifying session under the Marina Bay Street Circuit lights. Just 0.054s separated the top three, with Leclerc ahead of Red Bull's Sergio Perez and Lewis Hamilton in his Mercedes, while reigning champion Max Verstappen could only manage eighth. In extraordinary circumstances, as the top-10 shoot-out saw the circuit ramp up considerably on soft tyres after the first two sessions had been run on intermediates, Verstappen was twice forced to abandon his final two runs. On the first occasion he had purpled the first two sectors but got out of shape at one...
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