Dutch driver Max Verstappen (Red Bull) has conquered the "pole" track record for the Hungarian Grand Prix race, the twelfth round of the Formula 1 World Cup, after finishing ahead of both Mercedes from Finland Valtteri Bottas and Briton Lewis Hamilton, who will score second and third respectively, while Spanish Carlos Sainz (McLaren) will start eighth.
After seven wins in Formula 1, 'Mad Max' gets the first pole of his life. "I needed a pole and I did it. It's incredible," he said after the qualifying session, in which he became the 100th rider to get a "pole" in the 'Grand Circus.' Its time of 1.14.572, in addition, supposes the new record of the track.
After some free thirds in which Hamilton returned the dominion to the 'silver arrows', Verstappen was precisely what, covered with a soft tire, was at the forefront of the time table with a new record of the Hungarian track .
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