Lewis Hamilton storms to pole position ahead of Max Verstappen for the sprint race in Brazil… but the Brit is under investigation for a rear wing infringement and could now start the event at Interlagos from LAST PLACE

Lewis Hamilton faces a stewards’ investigation and possible demotion to the back of the field on Friday after qualifying fastest for the sprint race that will decide the Sao Paulo Grand Prix starting grid. Hamilton was booed at the last race in Mexico and on other occasions by Verstappen’s giant travelling army. ‘Firstly, I am so happy to be back here in Brazil,’ he said Hamilton. Hamilton doesn’t even need to improve, although he does by a tenth, as Verstappen doesn’t even improve on his first lap. Lewis Hamilton sets a 1:08.107, over two tenths quicker than Max Verstappen who will perhaps right now be glad he is still a tenth quicker than Valtteri Bottas. Away we go again with Lewis, meanwhile Verstappen goes fastest with a 1:08.567 – which was a tenth quicker than Hamilton’s time. Lewis Hamilton will be going all out for pole position in qualifying ahead of the sprint race to determine the grid for Sunday’s Brazilian Grand Prix.

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