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Mercedes qualifying pace a gamechanger — Sebastian Vettel
18 Julio 2017, 08:17 | Cornelio Vivanco
Raikkonen hung onto third, with Vettel falling back to seventh.
In the short span of a lap, Hamilton did his best to pull away from the pack but it would all come undone on a few moments later.
Hulkenburg is followed by the Force Indias of Perez and Ocon, a surprising ninth for Vandoorne in the McLaren, and Grosjean in the Haas makes up the top ten. Ricciardo made an incredible recovery, after starting from the 19th position due to a grid penalty for engine components and gearbox changes. Valtteri Bottas is trying to get into the mix with his 154 points.
As mentioned, Vettel still leads the Drivers' Championship, with 177 points.
Sebastian Vettel insists nobody is to blame for Ferrari's late puncture nightmare at the British Grand Prix and says the result is far from a disaster for his title ambitions. With just three laps remaining, Kimi Raikkonen's third-place came under threat when he was forced to pit after his tire gave way.
Mercedes boss Wolff was quick to dampen down rumours that Hamilton could be heading to Ferrari at the end of the season and that having a German in a German car as his replacement was an ideal scenario.
Afterwards, back from the crowd's embrace, he spoke eloquently about just what the day had meant to him. Ferrari's Kimi Räikkönen claimed the third podium spot after crossing the finish line 36.570 seconds behind the winner.
The first lap drama was between the two Toro Rosso's of Carlos Sainz and Daniil Kyvat which we have seen a several times this season. Nico Hulkenberg secured sixth for Renault ahead of the Ferrari of Sebastian Vettel.
A fourth straight pole for Hamilton at his home event comes as a big boost as he trails Vettel by 20 points in the driver standings. The record-breaking Formula One driver was put into a medically induced coma and underwent two life-saving operations at Grenoble Hospital. If you don't know my preparations are on point by now you never will.
Hamilton, 32 and now in his 11th campaign, was pushed on whether his remarks meant he might not be on the grid next year.
"It's going to be a close race, I think", said Hamilton.
Roger Federer had wild night celebrating Wimbledon title
Federer skipped the clay-court circuit, missing the French Open again, to be in top shape for the grass courts he loves so dearly. In a post-match press conference, when asked who she would prefer to dance with at the dinner, Muguruza said: "Roger".
Where will Kirk Cousins play in 2018?
If they do not, the two parties will not be able to reopen negotiations until after the completion of the 2017 season. After Monday, if no long-term contract is reached, Bell will have no choice but to sign his $12.12 million tender.
Wildfires displace more than 37000 evacuees
By the start of the weekend, the one highway running south was jammed with people fleeing the flames. There are evacuation centres set up in Kamloops, Prince George, Surrey and Chilliwack.
Lakers overcome Ball's injury to beat Mavs
It appears that the Los Angeles Lakers are really considering bringing in a veteran to help mentor rookie point guard Lonzo Ball . With Dwight Howard and Paul Millsap now former members of the Hawks, Collins could be an immediate impact player as a rookie.
Tour de France 2017: stage 15
The thrillingly tight grouping at the top promises vigorous battles between them in the last week of racing. They couldn't catch the Trek-Segafredo rider, who was determined to secure his first-ever win at the Tour.
Lewis Hamilton: Mercedes and Ferrari now level
Hamilton had been asked about his future in the immediate televised press conference after Sunday's race. Meanwhile, Daniel Ricciardo drove from P19 on the grid to a fifth-place finish in an inspiring run.