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In circuit motorsport, a driver has pole position when he starts a race at the front of the grid. Grid position is usually determined by a separate qualifying session where drivers try to set the fastest lap, or based on their position in the previous race.
In Formula 1 this year, the pole positioned driver is determined by the aggregate times from two qualifying session, on Saturday and on Sunday morning respectively.
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