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Malaysian F1 Grand Prix 2016 Qualifying: Saturday’s Results, Times, Final Grid

Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton laid down the gauntlet to team-mate Nico Rosberg on Saturday, as he qualified in pole position for the Malaysian Grand Prix. Hamilton was in a class of his own on the day and was comfortably clear of his rival, who will start in second place; the reigning world champion's final time of one minute, 32.850 seconds was 0.414 seconds quicker than what the German could muster.  Rosberg arrived in Malaysia on the back of three successive wins and with an eight-point advantage in the Formula One world championship. Red Bull’s Max Verstappen will start behind him on the grid after snaffling third position. Earlier in the day, Hamilton topped final practice, with Verstappen splitting him and Rosberg. Here's ...

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