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Lewis Hamilton had a remarkable day on the home turf of the Ferrari, Formula One team. The pressure of racing at one of the most popular circuits in F1 did not prevent him from making pole position. Hamilton was fast, smart, and steady on the track, during the qualifying session at Monza. The Mercedes AMG driver and 2008 World Champion beat his teammate Nico Rosberg by half a second. While some who seem to focus on Hamilton not making pole position since May, they seem to forget that Hamilton won the British Grand Prix in June from sixth position. Winning pole position is a great and preferable accomplishment and should not be discounted. However, it is far more compelling and exciting to fans and viewers, when a brilliant driver like Hamilton can win from sixth position, or, as he did in Hungary, go from pit lane to a 3rd place podium finish. Not many drivers can accomplish such a task up against a field of so many champions, as Lewis Hamilton did. So the fact that he has not been a pole sitter since May does not diminish his brilliance, on the track.
The top six cars during qualifying were powered by Mercedes engines with the Mercedes team of Hamilton and Rosberg, locking up the front row. Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa with Williams-Martini locked out the second, while Button and Magnussen with McLaren, will be on third.
Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso has never been one to give up, even when starting in seventh position, at a home race, with the big bosses in attendance. Although teammate Kimi Raikkonen did not qualify in the top ten, both drivers are hoping to give the fans something to cheer about on race-day.
Don’t forget to pick up your tickets for the U.S. Grand Prix in Austin, Texas at Circuit of the Americas on Oct 29-31.
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An almost predictable line-up will be on track for race-day on Sunday, at the Grand Prix in Belgium. The track was wet, dry, then wet, and the cars were slipping, skidding, sliding, and in Pastor Maldonado’s case, crashing. But all in all, the teams and drivers already on top continued to dominate. Pole sitter for Sunday’s race will be Mercedes AMG driver Nico Rosberg. Right behind Rosberg will be fellow teammate, Lewis Hamilton. The 2013 champion Sebastian Vettel qualified third, while his Red Bull teammate Daniel Ricciardo, was comfortable in fifth.
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On this episode of Talking in Circles, we'll discuss qualifying for the Coke Zero 400 and discuss David Gilliland's first pole since 2007. Also, we'll talk about the qualifying format, and what improvements we think need to happen at these plate tracks to make it more interesting, and less dangerous.
Joe Gibbs Racing??? Why so slow? Is it a problem?
We'll also give you our predictions for tonight's events.
Talking about the Nationwide Series race last evening, Kasey Kahne winning his first Nationwide Race since... well, 2007.
NASCAR handed out bump drafting penalties to Landon Cassill and Josh Wise... Were they fair?
Elliott Sadler missed an opportunity to gain points, we'll talk about whether or not we think he can do it.
The field is set for the 97th running of the Indianapolis 500, and Matt Embury is here to review all the action of another pole day battle that will not be forgotten. Relive all the highlights from hometown hero Ed Carpenter's popular pole position win, Carlos Munoz and AJ Allmendinger impressive debuts, and Katherine Legge's amazing one hour surge to the final qualifying spot.
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It was a good day and, a bad day, for the Mercedes AMG team, in Hockenheim, Germany. Fans gasp with fear as Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton spun off the track and hit a wall at 250mph, taking the Brit out of qualifying. Hamilton was clearly shaken from the incident that was attributable to faulty brakes.
German teammate Nico Rosberg took pole position and is expected to win, but Lewis Hamilton is a master at conquering adversity. Rosberg is currently four championship points ahead of Hamilton, but stands to increase his lead to 29, after Sunday’s race. Sunday’s starting grid will be Nico Rosberg, Valtteri Bottas with Williams-Martini racing, and his teammate, Felipe Massa.
Currently, there are four German drivers in Formula One, so the stands are expected to be full. Over the last four-years, the German superstar has been Red Bull driver, Sebastian Vettel. Now, Nico Rosberg, who was actually raised in Monaco, will have to battle fellow German and four times World Champion, Sebastian Vettel, for the hearts of the Germany fans.
Stay tuned to Xiro Xone F1 News and Sports for more details.
A recap of todays Qualifying
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