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Lewis Hamilton took another step towards a fourth World title as he survived a brief challenge from Sebastian Vettel to win the United States GP.
Lewis Hamilton’s weekend of dominance continued at his beloved Circuit of The Americas as he stormed to an 11th pole position of the season.
Lewis Hamilton made it three from three in practice for the United States Grand Prix, although in FP3 his advantage was less that a tenth over Sebastian Vettel.
Lewis Hamilton once again proved unstoppable in Austin, Texas as he topped the practice timesheets for a second time at the Circuit of The Americas.
Lewis Hamilton was comfortably quickest on a drying Circuit of the Americas in Friday’s first practice, half a second up on Sebastian Vettel.
Lewis Hamilton’s love affair with America continued on Sunday as he won his fourth grand prix at the Circuit of the Americas while Nico Rosberg claimed the P2 he needed towards his title challenge.
Lewis Hamilton posted a qualifying lap record of 1:34.999 around the Circuit of the Americas to claim his first pole position at Austin ahead of Nico Rosberg.
Max Verstappen topped the timesheets in final practice for the United States GP as Nico Rosberg pitted on his hot lap and Lewis Hamilton left it extremely late and caught traffic.
Nico Rosberg topped Friday’s final practice session of the United States Grand Prix on the Circuit of the Americas with a swift time of 1:37.358, while Daniel Ricciardo pipped Lewis Hamilton for P2.
Lewis Hamilton was quickest in Friday’s opening practice for the United States GP but Nico Rosberg achieved the P2 he needs on Sunday to continue his title run.