F1: Get Kevin Magnussen the first pole in the history of Haas | Video

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the dane Kevin Magnussenof Hasstook the 'pole' of Brazilian Grand Prix for this Saturday's sprint, which will define the grid for this Sunday's race. The Mexican Sergio Perez He finished in ninth position.

Magnussen clocked the fastest lap of the 'qualy' with a 1:11.674, the Dutchman Max Verstappenfrom Red Bull Racing, finished second with a time of 1:11.877, third, with a 1:12.059, finished the English George RussellMercedes AMG, the British lando norris finished fourth with a 1:12.263 and the 'Top 5' the spanish closed it Carlos Sainzfrom Ferrari, with a 1:12.357.

A red flag of George Russell With eight minutes remaining in Q3 and with little rain he gave victory to the Haas driver, at the resumption of the 'qualy' already with the circuit wet and with a lot of rain, nobody could beat the Dane's time.

The sprint race will be held this Saturday at 1:30 p.m. Central Mexico time to decide the grid for this Sunday's race, which will start at 12:00 p.m. in São Paulo.

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