Lewis Hamilton takes dramatic pole for the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix as Max Verstappen hits the WALL at the FINAL corner while on course to go fastest – leaving the Red Bull driver in third, with Valtteri Bottas second alongside his Mercedes team-mate

The bald fact is that Lewis Hamilton claimed the 103rd pole of his glittering career. But that doesn’t tell the half of it as his title rival Max Verstappen ended up in the wall. Hamilton indeed does go faster on his final lap to take pole, and it’s disaster for Verstappen!. Albeit on tyres eight laps old and ones he used for four more laps than Verstappen – don’t forget they will start the race on these tomorrow. Although as I ype that, Verstappen has just gone fastest again by less than a tenth of a second. Proof of that is Perez dropping to 12th, Verstappen down to seventh, and Carlos Sainz going even quicker than Hamilton!.

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