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Hamilton takes pole for British F1 GP
17 July 2017, 04:24 | Todd Saunders
"Look at this crowd". The Australian climbed from 19th to fifth, eventually finishing behind fellow Red BulldriverMax Verstappen, who had earlier been locked in a fascinating battle with Vettel before falling victim to an undercut.
Nico Hulkenberg was sixth in the sole surviving Renault, just two seconds behind Ricciardo, followed by Vettel, Force India pair Esteban Ocon and Sergio Perez, and the Williams of Felipe Massa.
Bottas said: "I am really happy for this today". Consistency is really why they're in the lead, they've got a great vehicle and they're performing on the top level. I feel we've grown together in a really positive year, and Valtteri on board has brought a lot of positivity to the team and dispelled a lot of negativity we had before.
Raikkonen said he was disappointed with his misfortunes, but Vettel said he did not blame the team. "It's just one of those things", said the German. Ferrari'sKimi Raikkonen took the final podium place, despite a late scare which forced him to pit for a set of new tires.
The only other non-finisher was Carlos Sainz, who was taken out in an opening lap incident with Toro Rosso teammate Daniil Kvyat at Becketts, the Russian running off the road and tagging Sainz as he joined. The Spaniard also made contact with Kevin Magnussen'sHaas.
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The Frenchman, no stranger to penalties himself, believes the no-call by race stewards stemmed from the fact Hamilton was second in the driver standings.
Unfortunately for Bottas, who won last weekend's Austrian Grand Prix, a five-place grid penalty for a gearbox change will push him down the order to ninth place on the grid. After a strong run on the back straight, Vettel came close to taking third away from Verstappen with a bold dive on the inside.
Both Kimi Raikkonen and Sebastian Vettel had great starts to the British Grand Prix;Raikkonen started out in second on the Grid with Vettel right behind in third. Raikkonen spoke at the post race press conference.
He finally came in at the end of lap 32 and rejoined fourth behind the Ferraris on fresh super-soft tyres.
Alonso later retired from the race with a loss of fuel pressure and then a loss of power as a result. In an effort to keep his position, Vettel locked up his brakes, a move that would cost him in the penultimate lap.
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