Max gear Max Verstappen puts gearbox disaster behind him to take pole for Dutch Grand Prix with Lewis Hamilton starting fourth

MAX VERSTAPPEN delivered the goods in front of 105,000 orange-clad fans by putting his Red Bull on pole position for the Dutch Grand Prix. But the championship leader made a fine return to form on Saturday as he planted his car on pole for the second race in a row and for the 11th time this season. His qualifying time of 1:10.342 was enough to pip Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc to pole by 0.021 seconds. The reigning world champion sits 93 points clear of second place Perez, while Leclerc sits 98 points adrift. Sebastian Vettel, who announced his retirement earlier in the season, ran off the track and into the gravel in Q1, and will line up in 19th place.

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