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

Mercedes' Nico Rosberg will begin the Russian Grand Prix in pole position on Sunday, with team-mate Lewis Hamilton once again running into trouble in qualifying. Hamilton was unable to make it out for the final qualifying stint, meaning he'll begin in 10th. Trailing Rosberg was Ferrari man Sebastian Vettel, although he will be hit with a five-place grid penalty, meaning third-quickest Valtteri Bottas will start on the front row in his Williams, with Kimi Raikkonen in third. Earlier in the day, Hamilton, who was also summoned to see the stewards after qualifying, set the pace in the final practice session. Here's a reminder of how things panned out on another dramatic Saturday, including all the times from the day and the positions...

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