Championship leader Nico Rosberg took full advantage of his Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton’s continuing ill-fortune on Saturday when he secured a comfortable pole position for the Russian GP.
The 30-year-old German, who leads this year’s title race by 36 points after winning the opening three races in succession, clocked a fastest lap in one minute and 35.417 seconds to take the prime spot on the grid.
This left him over seven-tenths of a second clear of Sebastian Vettel of Ferrari after defending three-time world champion Hamilton had been hit by another engine failure during the Q2 part of the qualifying session.
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