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Source: Miami Herald
Hamilton : Canada | over 5 years ago  
Home-crowd favorite Felipe Massa won the pole Saturday for the decisive Brazilian Grand Prix, increasing his chances of overtaking Lewis Hamilton for the Formula One title. This...
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