Hamilton: "It's amazing how fast this car can go"

The Briton dedicated his pole to the late actor Chadwick Boseman. "No mistakes," he said afterward. Bottas confirmed that they used 'party mode'.


Lewis Hamilton dedicated his pole position to the late actor Chadwick Boseman with a 'Wakanda' salute. The British driver acted as a black panther at Spa-Francorchamps with an impeccable scorecard: from Q1 to Q3 without errors and half a second ahead of his teammate, Valtteri Bottas. There are 93 poles for him, more than anyone in all of history. "All the laps were good, it is one of the most complete qualifications I have ever done. No mistakes, no problems. In Q3 the first lap was good, but I tried looking more in a couple of places, where I could explore and take more risks. It's incredible how fast this car is, "explained the world champion

On the second Leclerc pole position cut in 2019: "It's the evolution of cars and technology, the work of our engineers to be smarter and more efficient in all areas. It's not easy, the credit goes to the people of the fabric". Bottas confirmed that both he and Lewis used full-power 'party mode', "while it's available it will have to be used." From Monza it will be forbidden to distinguish the engine maps between qualifying and the race.

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