Bottas denies Hamilton home pole position by six thousandths of a second | 2019 British Grand Prix qualifying

Valtteri Bottas took pole position for the British Grand Prix in a thrilling qualifying session.
The Mercedes driver beat his team mate and Charles Leclerc’s Ferrari by less than a tenth of a second.
Hamilton shaded the Ferrari by just two-hundredths of a second, but used a set of soft tyres to do so while Leclerc only ran a set of mediums.
His final run wasn’t clean, and behind him Hamilton was improving.
Hamilton fell short of beating his team mate by a mere six thousandths of a second.
He fell short by less than a tenth of a second, ending up third.

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