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Lewis Hamilton snatches his 100th pole position at the Spanish Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton took pole position for the Spanish Grand Prix – the 100th of his career.

The Briton, who leads the standings by eight points, reached the landmark on the track where he has won for the last four years – the Circuit de Catalunya.

He could not improve on his final flying lap but nor could Red Bull’s Max Verstappen, who was second best, three-hundredths back.

The champ had done enough already. Valtteri Bottas, in the second Mercedes, was third best a tenth behind his team-mate.

Charles Leclerc of Ferrari was fourth, while Brit Lando Norris was ninth quickest.

George Russell qualified 15th for Williams, again putting his team-mate Nicholas Latifi in the shade.

But the glory belonged to Hamilton, with his record-extending 100th pole – another slice of history.



1 Hamilton (Gbr) Mercedes 1:16.741

2 Verstappen (Hol) Red Bull 1:16.777

3 Bottas (Fin) Mercedes 1:16.873

4 Leclerc (Mon) Ferrari 1:17.510

5 Ocon (Fra) Alpine 1:17.580

6 Sainz (Spa) Ferrari. 1:17.620

7 Ricciardo (Aus) McLaren 1:17.622

8 Perez (Mex) Red Bull 1:17.701

9 Norris (Gbr) McLaren 1:18.010

10 Alonso (Spa) Alpine 1:18.147


11 Stroll (Can) Aston Martin 1:17.974

12 Gasly (Fra) AlphaTauri 1:17.982

13 Vettel (Ger) Aston Martin 1:18.079

14 Giovinazzi (Ita) Alfa Romeo 1:18.356

15 Russell (Gbr) Williams 1:19.154


16 Tsunoda (Jpn) AlphaTauri 1:18.556

17 Raikkonen (Fin) Alfa Romeo 1:18.917

18 Schumacher (Ger) Haas 1:19.117

19 Latifi (Can) Williams 1:19.219

20 Mazepin (Raf) Haas 1:19.807

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