WATCH: Ride onboard with Lewis Hamilton on his way to a stunning pole position in Budapest


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Lewis Hamilton left it late to take a dramatic pole position ahead of rival Max Verstappen at the Hungarian Grand Prix – sealing his first pole since 2021, as well as a record ninth P1 start at the Hungaroring.

On his final lap in Q3, Hamilton set a time of 1m 16.609s, pipping championship leader Verstappen by just 0.003s. Lando Norris will start from third after setting a time that was 0.085s off the pace of Hamilton, with his McLaren team mate Oscar Piastri in fourth.

READ MORE: Hamilton beats Verstappen and Norris to Hungarian GP pole in qualifying thriller

To ride onboard with Hamilton on his way to a 104th career pole position around the twisty Hungaroring circuit, click on the video player above.



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