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Hamilton: Merc engine should be OK

Lewis Hamilton is confident that the engine he will be able to use the engine he raced in Australia again, despite retiring early in the Melbourne race. The 2014 Technical Regulations, each driver is also allowed five power units, which consists of six different elements - the motor generator unit-kinetic, a combustion engine, the motor generator unit, a turbocharger, an energy-storage facility and control electronics. Should either of those parts need to be replaces, the driver in question would receive a grid penalty, so losing an entire power unit after just one race could have a telling influence on the rest of his season. Hamilton, however, is confident that would be the case despite...
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