George Russell hoping Max Verstappen can give him a big boost during Dutch Grand Prix

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However, he failed to blame the Mexican for the incident, admitting it “wasn’t his fault”. Wolff added: “It’s very frustrating. We were tenth up on Verstappen and on Leclerc so Lewis played for the podium.”

When questioned whether Hamilton really was a head, Wolff said: “Yeah, Yeah we were were ahead. Obviously it’s not the case at the end.” Max Verstappen took pole position by the barest of margins as he beat Charles Leclerc by just two-hundredths of a second. 

Leclerc looked on course to pip the Dutchman before making tint errors in his final run to cost him pole. It allowed reigning champion Verstappen to secure his fourth pole of the season in front of his home crowd. 



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