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MetiNews.Com - Lewis Hamilton will continue his bid for record-equalling seventh world title at Silverstone this afternoon. After back-to-back victories propelled the Brit to the top of the drivers' standings in Hungary, Hamilton now tackles his home grand prix aiming to seal a 91st career pole ahead of Sunday's race. He finished fifth in second practice on Friday as Racing Point's Lance
Breaking News ! Lewis Hamilton will continue his bid for record-equalling seventh world title at Silverstone this afternoon. After back-to-back victories propelled the Brit to the top of the drivers' standings in Hungary, Hamilton now tackles his home grand prix aiming to seal a 91st career pole ahead of Sunday's race. He finished fifth in second practice on Friday as Racing Point's Lance Stroll ended the day on top of the time charts. Hamilton is bidding to win his seventh race at a spectator-less Silverstone, but after trailing Verstappen in the early running, he was three tenths down on Stroll later in the day. Will the Mercedes make up that time this afternoon? Follow the qualifying action LIVE with Standard Sport below... Live Updates New updates availableRefresh 2020-08-01T10:41:45.110Z Stroll fastest on Friday as Hulkenberg returnsCanadian Lance Stroll led the way for Mercedes-lookalikes Racing Point in British Grand Prix practice on Friday while Red Bull's Alex Albon crashed and brought out red flags.Nico Hulkenberg (below) meanwhile signed on as a stand-in team mate for Stroll after Mexican Sergio Perez tested positive for COVID-19.GettyThe team owner's son lapped the former World War Two airfield with a best time of one minute 27.274 seconds -- marginally quicker than Max Verstappen's best effort of the morning for Red Bull.Verstappen, whose team mate Albon crashed at Stowe in the afternoon but still ended up second overall, managed a 1:27.
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Sky Sports subscribers can watch full coverage of qualifying today from 12.30pm (BST) on the Sky Sports F1 channel, with qualifying scheduled to begin at 2pm.
It is available to watch via Now TV with a day pass for £9.99, or a three-month pass on offer for £25.
Those who do not have a Sky Sports subscription can still watch qualifying as it is being screened on free-to-air TV on Channel 4, with coverage also including Sunday's race.
Sky Sports subscribers can stream the session online via SkyGo and the SkyGo app, with a mobile month pass available for £5.99.
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