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BUDAPEST - Britain’s Lewis Hamilton powered his McLaren to the fastest time in qualifying on Saturday to secure pole position for the Hungarian Grand Prix, the 11th race of the 20-leg Formula One world championship.
The 27-year-old will start Sunday’s race ahead of France’s Lotus-Renault river Romain Grosjean, with two-time defending world champion Sebastian Vettel of Germany third in a Red Bull.
It is the third pole this season for Hamilton, the 2008 world champion, after Australia and Malaysia.
The Briton clocked a fastest lap of 1min 20.953sec with Grosjean timing 1:21.366 and Vettel 1:21.416. - AFP