HIGHLIGHTS: Catch up on all the action from qualifying for the Dutch GP at Zandvoort


So far, so good for Red Bull's Max Verstappen at his home race after he grabbed pole position in front of an ecstatic crowd at Zandvoort on Saturday afternoon.

The Dutchman had topped final practice by a full half second ahead of Mercedes' Valtteri Bottas and although his margin was a lot tighter than that in qualifying – he was just 0.038 ahead of Lewis Hamilton – what mattered for the thousands of orange clad fans in the grandstands was that their man was on pole.

REPORT: Verstappen delights home fans after edging out Hamilton to take thrilling Dutch GP pole

Elsewhere in the session there were crashes from both Williams drivers, with George Russell going off and causing a red flag stoppage, before Nicholas Latifi did likewise just moments after the session restarted.

Hit play on the video above to see all the action from the first qualifying session at Zandvoort since 1985...


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