Lewis Hamilton says that Spanish qualifying session was one of the best and fantastic, very very happy with it.
Lewis Hamilton done best time with a lap of 1:21.707 and its send McLaren 150th Formula 1 pole and he was challenge with Williams’s Pastor Maldonado to pole, was thrilled with the performance.
“It was a fantastic qualifying session for me, very very happy with it – one of the best I ever had,” said Hamilton.
“Amazing job by the guys in the garage and thanks to guys in factory who have brought upgrades. The car feels great. It is a great day for the team I think. I really feel fantastic. I feel very, very happy.
“You can normally be happy with a position but for some reason this feels better than other pole positions because you are looking for a perfect position. It is an incredible feeling you have.”
“I am very much aware that I have incredibly tough race tomorrow with these guys who are massively quick and how tricky it is in general,” he said. “It will mean a lot to me to win in Spain.
“It has always been a good place for me, beautiful weather and people are incredible and the support I have continues to grow year by year and it has become such a pleasure. To win where you have such a big fan base will be fantastic.”
Hamilton can’t come-back pit following his final Q3 lap a move that is likely to be investigated by the stewards as drivers are required to make their way back to the pit-lane.
“I stopped on track, I don’t have any idea why,” he said.
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