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Lewis could face pitlane start

Lewis Hamilton could be forced to start the German GP from the pitlane if Mercedes switches the brake supplier on his car after Saturday's qualifying crash. Hamilton crashed heavily during the opening session after his car suffered a right-front disc failure at Turn 13. The Briton suffered minor bruising to his legs as a result of the impact and - for now - lines up 15th on the grid for the Sunday's race.However, Hamilton may be faced with an even steeper mountain to climb if Mercedes switch the brake material he uses.Having started the day using brakes supplied by Carbon Industries, Hamilton changed to another, Brembo, which failed. Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton crashes out of qualifying in...
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