British GP Sprint Qualifying: Max Verstappen Clinches Fourth Consecutive Pole After Beating Homeboy Lewis Hamilton

Get to know all the results from the historic British GP Sprint Qualifying session as Max Verstappen clinches fourth consecutive pole for the first time in his career.

British GP Sprint Qualifying
Max Verstappen Won the Sprint Race Qualifying at Silverstone

For the fourth consecutive time, Red Bull ace Max Verstappen has managed to clinch pole in the historic British GP Sprint Qualifying by outracing the rival, Lewis Hamilton. After having a much-better start the 17-lap sprint race, Verstappen ensured that he fetched 3 crucial points after finishing at the numero uno spot once again. Lewis Hamilton was left behind by more than a second, yet his morale seems to be high. 

After Hamilton, it was his teammate Valtteri Bottas who managed to finish at the third position and was behind Verstappen by more than five seconds. As per the tradition and guidelines, all three spoken about drivers went onto the victory parade where Verstappen addressed his good start against Hamilton and emphasized that the team has been pushing each other internally to perform at the very best of their potentials. 

British GP Sprint Qualifying Results 

Max Verstappen
Max Verstappen

However, the other talking point was Sergio Perez who managed to endure a major spin and as a result to which Checo ended up in the 18th position on the grid. However apart from the Mercedes and Red Bull drivers, Charles Leclerc will be behind Valtteri Bottas, followed by McLaren’s ace Lando Norris.

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Lewis Hamilton

Talking on the victory parade Lewis Hamilton revealed his disappointment for losing yet another point to Max Verstappen. And hopes to make his home fans happy by fighting against his rival and hopefully getting the much-required result on the race day tomorrow.  

Having said that, talking about other results, Daniel Ricciardo continued to write upon his upwards trajectory as he finished 6th best, followed by Fernando Alonso and Sebastian Vettel.

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