Sep 2, 11 months ago

Twitter overjoys as Lewis Hamilton sets new F1 pole record

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Lewis Hamilton has become the most successful qualifier in F1 history after breaking Michael Schumacher’s pole position record in a frenetic rain-hit Italian GP qualifying session.

Hamilton was 1.148 seconds quicker than Red Bull’s Max Verstappen in second place as title rival Sebastian Vettel of Ferrari could manage only eighth.

But championship leader Sebastian Vettel will start only sixth for Ferrari’s home race after a thrillingly unpredictable conclusion to qualifying at a rain-lashed Monza resulted in Williams teenager Lance Stroll claiming the second front-row berth.

The Williams driver finished ahead of another notable performer as Frenchman Esteban Ocon took fifth in the Force India.

This is how twitter reacted to Hamilton’s new record :





Red Bull drivers Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo put up the most stringent challenge to Hamilton, taking P2 and P3, but both will drop back due to grid penalties for engine changes.

As a result, Williams’ Lance Stroll will start alongside Hamilton on the front row, having finished fourth overall with a stunning effort in Q3.

Ferrari had a miserable session on home soil, finishing seventh and eighth with Kimi Raikkonen and Sebastian Vettel respectively, while Felipe Massa and Stoffel Vandoorne completed the top 10.Lewis Hamilton became the all-time record holder for Formula 1 pole positions after topping a crazy qualifying Italian Grand Prix qualifying session at Monza that took over three hours to complete.

Romain Grosjean was an early victim of the downpour in FP1, crashing out just moments after complaining he could not see where he was going, leaving the Frenchman fuming that the session ever started.

Race control duly red flagged the session and delayed its resumption until conditions improved, with track eventually being deemed dry enough to get back underway after two-and-a-half hours on hold.

The final session became a battle for track position, with Hamilton timing his final run perfectly to turn in a best lap of 1:34.660 to finish 1.1 seconds clear of the field, securing the all-time pole record in style.

Red Bull drivers Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo put up the most stringent challenge to Hamilton, taking P2 and P3, but both will drop back due to grid penalties for engine changes.

As a result, Williams’ Lance Stroll will start alongside Hamilton on the front row, having finished fourth overall with a stunning effort in Q3.

Ferrari had a miserable session on home soil, finishing seventh and eighth with Kimi Raikkonen and Sebastian Vettel respectively, while Felipe Massa and Stoffel Vandoorne completed the top 10.


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