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Overwhelmed, almost tearful, Lewis Hamilton said on Saturday night that he was “shaken and speechless” at receiving a race helmet worn by his idol Ayrton Senna in tribute to his emulation of the Brazilian’s 65 pole positions. The gift, bestowed by Senna’s family moments after he had delivered the fastest lap ever seen here at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, moved him so profoundly that he claimed it meant more than any of his vast collection of trophies.
The end result would see Hamilton ease his way to a 65th pole position with a comfortable margin of 0.330 seconds, while Ferrari was left to figure out where their pace had disappeared to having dominated FP3. A big, big thank you to the Senna family and to everyone here.
Hamilton laid down the gauntlet with a super-quick opener in the final phase of qualifying before Vettel bit back to move to within just four thousandths of the Briton’s time. Hamilton’s best lap in a blazing, course-record one minute 11.459 seconds on Saturday earned the 65th pole position of his 11-year career, tying him with Senna for second place all-time, three behind Ferrari legend Michael Schumacher.