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Red Bull driver Sergio Perez fastest at Sao Paulo Grand Prix in Brazil ahead of Friday qualifying

Summary by Ground News
Kevin Magnussen takes his and his team's first pole position of the season. The Dane nailed the only dry lap before a red flag, during which rain started to fall. Red Bull's Max Verstappen will start Saturday's sprint race ahead of Mercedes' George Russell. Ferrari's Charles Leclerc will start 10th, with Lewis Hamilton in eighth.
Published 3 months ago · São Paulo, Brazil

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