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pole position

(in motor racing) the starting position on the inside of the front row, generally considered the best one
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Augusto Farfus (BRA), in the #42 BMW M6 GT3, secured pole position with a time of 2:00.455 minutes.
Qualifying BT Sport 2, 1.10pm By Adam Scriven FABIO QUARTARARO has taken two consecutive pole positions and the superb rookie looks value to extend that sequence.
Team Abu Dhabi again deprived Marit StrE[sup.1]mE[sup.1]y of the Emirates Racing Team of pole position in a dramatic finale to the BRM Qualifying session for the Grand Prix of Abu Dhabi at the Abu Dhabi Breakwater on Friday afternoon.
It's an amazing rise for the Dumfries and County golfer on just his first season on the ChallengeTour, during which he sealed a big win at the Kazakhstan Open in September to put him in pole position for the card.
He was hoping to become the youngest Formula One driver and the first ever Dutchman to clinch pole position.
24 ( ANI ): Four-time world champion Lewis Hamilton reeled off a stunning lap during qualification to clinch pole position for the season-opening Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne on Saturday.
The post Hamilton beats Rosberg to Bahrain pole position appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
It marked Hamilton's 10th pole from 11 races this season, and with it, an unassailable lead in the race for the pole position trophy, a title which Rosberg won last year.
JORGE LORENZO smashed his own Brno lap record as he beat world champion Marc Marquez to pole position for the Czech MotoGP.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Manchester United are in pole position to complete the signing of Dani Alves this summer, according to reports.
MANAMA: Defending champion Lewis Hamilton will start the Gulf Air Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix from pole position for the first time after clinching his fourth straight pole of the season yesterday, finishing well ahead of Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel.