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Sport Lewis Hamilton after 97th Pole: Bluffing is not my thing ...

10:15  25 october  2020
10:15  25 october  2020 Source:   motorsport-total.com

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Lewis Hamilton continued to dominate in his quest to be crowned Formula One's most victorious driver as he will start from pole position after he edged out But when the action eventually started, it looked as though it would be Bottas who would carry over his fine practice form to secure his second pole in

Hamilton took the 97 th pole of his career. Now attention turns to converting pole into a victory at Portimao, which would hand Hamilton Swearing, personal abuse, racism, sexism, homophobia and other discriminatory or inciteful language is not acceptable. Do not impersonate other users or reveal

Valtteri Bottas musste Lewis Hamilton wieder einmal den Vortritt lassen © Motorsport Images Valtteri Bottas had to let Lewis Hamilton go first again

Won all three training sessions, drove the fastest lap of the qualification in Q2, after the first and in the lead after the second run of Q3 - and in the end lost the pole position to Lewis Hamilton because he turned one extra lap . Yesterday in Portimao, Valtteri Bottas saw once again that his team-mate is always there when it matters.

The Briton has done this several times this year. In Mugello, too, he let Bottas decide all training sessions and also Q1 for himself, only to snap up at the last second in Q3 ( Formula 1 2020 live in the ticker ). The question arises: Is bluffing Hamilton and is he deliberately holding back before the decisive run?

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Lewis Hamilton continued to dominate in his quest to be crowned Formula One’s most victorious driver as he will start from pole position after he edged out And the world champion will now start as the favourite to make history here in the Algarve on Sunday after seeing off Mercedes team-mate Bottas’

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"That's a good question," replies the Mercedes driver. "I have nothing to hide and I hold nothing back. I've never thought that this would work."


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He remembers that some competitors tried it when he was on the road in junior series. "I tried it in Formula 3 or something, but it never turned out that well, so it was never part of my philosophy."

Hamilton compares it to building a wall. First you put one stone, then the next and again the next. "You just keep improving. There is so much work going on in the background to fine-tune the whole thing and find the right settings for brake distribution and differential and how you approach each corner. That is no coincidence, so I'll be accelerating all weekend . "

He is quite happy with his performance in Portugal this weekend. But because Bottas was always in front of him, he had to get everything out again and believe that he can do it. "And then to cross the line and get pole was a great feeling because I had to work really hard for it."

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