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Hamilton set McLaren 150th pole in Formula 1 at Hungarian GP



Lewis Hamilton locked McLaren 150th pole position in the Formula 1 with complete dominates performance at Hungarian GP weekend.

Hamilton yesterday set top fastest in both practice session, but today morning session Webber grabbed quickest lap from Brit. 2008 world champion entirely take over qualifying all session and secured pole for Hungarian GP and he listed his third pole position in this year.

Lotus speedy Romain Grosjean set second top fastest in Q3 final lap. Defending world Sebastian Vettel done third place in the grid, but his team-mate Mark Webber does not entered the Q3, tomorrow he will start from 11th on the grid.

Hamilton’s team-mate Jenson Button took fourth place on the grid ahead of Championship leader Fernando Alonso. Felipe Massa done a better performance and set seventh fastest, tomorrow he will start with alongside with Williams’ Pastor Maldonado on fourth row.

The Brazilian Bruno Senna appeared in the first time Q3 he managed ninth place on the grid. Force India Nico Hulkenberg starts the tenth place on the grid alongside with Senna.

Force India second guy Paul di Resta start alongside with Mark Webber on sixth row in the grid. Mercedes GP’s Nico Rosberg and Sauber’s Sergio Perez shares seventh row in the grid.

Kamui Kobayashi start from 15th on the grid alongside with Jean-Eric Vergne, Michael Schumacher took 17th place in the grid.

Daniel Ricciardo done 18th fastest he will start ahead of the Caterhams of Heikki Kovalainen and Vitaly Petrov, with the Finn almost six tenths clear of his team-mate.

Marussia’s Charles Pic meanwhile got the best of team-mate Timo Glock, the duo starting ahead of the HRTs of Pedro de la Rosa and Narain Karthikeyan.

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