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Lewis Hamilton’s 2015 Belgian GP Pole Shows Improvement in Qualifying Approach

Fresh tyres, low fuel and the licence to push the car as hard as you dare. For all the accusations that Formula One—in the current era of mumbling V6 turbo power units, fuel saving and fast-degrading rubber—has somehow lost its way and forgotten its roots, qualifying is the one aspect of a race weekend that presents a reminder of a simpler time. It offers the chance for racing drivers to feel like racing drivers again and qualifying—especially qualifying at Spa-Francorchamps, the racing drivers' racing circuit—is the closest a current F1 driver can get to competing in the era that first encouraged them to pursue a life in motor racing. That makes it all the more surprising that Lewis Hamilton, the reigning world cha...

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