Mar 25 2018
The four-time world champion knocked out his rivals with a time of 1 minute 21.164 seconds to claim his 73rd career pole.
March 24 (ANI): Four-time world champion Lewis Hamilton reeled off a stunning lap during qualification to clinch pole position for the season-opening Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne on Saturday. But then Hamilton took over with a dominating lap of his own.
His pace underlines he will be the one to beat, and helped offset a spectacular crash of his Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas early in the final shootout.
"I'm so happy with that lap".
"I can assure you, we don't have a party mode", Hamilton said.
"I'm always driving for perfection and that was as close as I could get". "I use the same mode from Q2 to the end of Q3".
Runner-up past year, Hamilton also claimed pole in Melbourne for that race but Vettel had the last laugh when he won with a superior strategy.
"It was a pretty decent job".
"I think we generally learn from mistakes or scenarios like that so I'm hoping that we're better prepared for tomorrow and ultimately I guess, it's also how we manage the tyres at the start of the race", Hamilton said.
"It wasn't a straight-forward session with the rain this morning".
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"There's an very bad lot of work to be done to improve in all areas", Raikkonen said after assessing Ferrari's performance. "We'll have to see it in the next qualifying sessions".
"We were still very close to Ferrari, which is positive". It's not the easiest place to overtake but who knows. "Hopefully we'll get a good result out of it".
Bottas' crash brought out the red flag to halt Q1 after he ran wide on turn two and slammed into the wall, dislodging a wheel in the collision.
Meanwhile, the Red Bull pair of Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo was fourth and fifth quickest respectively in the intense qualifying round.
"I thought (the grid penalty) was unjust".
"It closed up a little bit in FP2 in terms of the gap between us all, but that's exciting". It certainly is not the ideal start for the Finn, whose contract with the Silver Arrows runs out at the end of the 21-race season.
In another big surprise, Romain Grosjean showed good pace in his Haas vehicle, setting a fastest time of 1:24.648, just ahead of Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo.
Bottas will start in 10th as he failed to set a time.
McLaren's Fernando Alonso was a major casualty in Q2, finishing 11th fastest and missing out to Renault's Nico Hulkenberg. Sergio Perez admitted Force India had a lot of work to do as he exited qualifying with team mate Esteban Ocon, as they ended up 13th and 15th respectively.
Sauber's Marcus Ericsson and Charles Leclerc, Williams' Sergey Sirotkin and Toro Rosso's Pierre Gasly were the other drivers to be eliminated.
Mar 24 2018
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Mar 20 2018
Federation Internationale de Football Association approves video assistant referees for World Cup 2018
The VAR system has been trialled worldwide, but its use in England during FA Cup games has been met with great cynicism. VAR has not been universally well greeted, with UEFA yet to be convinced. "Nobody knows exactly how VAR will work".
Mar 20 2018
Russians begin voting for presidential election
With 99.8% of the vote counted, the Central Election Commission said communist Pavel Grudinin came in a distant second with 11.9%. He recently announced that Russian Federation has developed advanced nuclear weapons capable of evading missile defences.
Mar 20 2018
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Mar 19 2018
North Korea's Kim congratulates China's Xi on re-election as president
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Mar 18 2018
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Mar 17 2018
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President Gerald Ford apologized in 1976, calling the incarceration program a " setback of American principles ". Some 120,000 Japanese-Americans were detained during World War II because they were perceived as a threat.
Mar 17 2018
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Mar 17 2018
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