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F1 fans slam TV director after British Grand Prix qualifying coverage

F1 fans were left fuming as Carlos Sainz took pole position for the British Grand Prix at a soaked Silverstone.The first pole of Sainz's career was well received by most people at Silverstone, but a number of fans watching on TV were unhappy with F1’s coverage, particularly in the closing stage as the battle to be on the front row reached a crescendo.As Sainz headed back to the pits after posting what proved to be the fastest time of Q3 the camera stayed on his Ferrari as the Spaniard waved to fans and spoke to his engineer. The director also cut away to fans holding umbrellas in the grandstands and Hollywood actor Keanu Reeves, who was watching from the Ferrari garage. READ MORE: Christian Horner blames Charles Leclerc as Max Verstappen is beaten to pole for British GP However, a number of other drivers were still on their final fast laps, including the Mercedes pair of Lewis Hamilton and George Russell and Alpine’s Fernando Alonso.

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The Rowling Library, the “Harry Potter” author was fooled by Russian comedy duo Vovan and Lexus, who are known for prank-calling high-profile celebrities.The duo’s past prank victims include Elton John, Boris Johnson, Kamala Harris, Prince Harry, Billie Eilish, Bernie Sanders, and George W. Bush — and it seems as though they can now add Rowling to their star-studded list.The multi-millionaire author — who seemingly didn’t know she was being recorded — was under the impression that Zelensky called to thank her for her charity work in the country.Earlier this year, Rowling announced she would match donations up to $1.2 million after her Lumos Foundation launched an emergency appeal to help vulnerable children and families in Ukraine.Fully thinking she was speaking to the president of the war-torn country, Rowling appeared invested in the conversation as the pranksters asked increasingly bizarre questions throughout the interview. During the increasingly-awkward 12-minute call, the impersonators asked Rowling about her thoughts on imposing sanctions on Russian actor Aleksandr Kuznetsov, who starred in the most recent “Fantastic Beasts” film.“Fantastic Beasts has been a very interesting experience.