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Hamilton seize pole position from Vettel for Hungarian GP

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d13hun1156_2978631Mercedes speedy Lewis Hamilton took his 30th career even as dominated driver Sebastian Vettel will join him on the front row for tomorrow Hungarian Grand Prix.

The Brit took pole position in a stunning final lap in qualifying Q3 and this is his fourth pole of the season at the Hungaroring Grand Prix.

Following the Q3, Lewis Hamilton was surprised to hear the result by team radio, and he responded: “Was that pole?!” and laughing, Hamilton’s engineer told: “Yes, we’re as surprised as you”.

Friday dominated speedy Sebastian Vettel early set provisional pole with brand new-set Pirelli, but he can’t improve his lap-time at the end of Q3.

Third practice pace-setter Romain Grosjean set third fastest ahead of the second Mercedes’ guy Nico Rosberg. Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso will start from fifth on the grid, Lotus’s Kimi Raikkonen made sixth fastest ahead of second Ferrari speedy Felipe Massa. Daniel Ricciardo secures to enter Q3 and it was his fourth consecutive race from top ten and the Australian will start from eighth place.

McLaren speedy Sergio Perez will start beside with Mark Webber, the second Red Bull speedy struggled during qualifying following the KERS failure.

Qualifying results – F1 2013 Hungarian Grand Prix

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