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Hamilton likely to start from pit lane

Getty Images Enlarge Lewis Hamilton looks likely to start the German Grand Prix from the pit lane as Mercedes plan to switch the brake material on his car following his accident in qualifying. Hamilton was pitched into the barriers at the Sachs corner - suffering an impact above 27G - after a front-right brake disc failed on the entry. He was left 15th on the grid after Esteban Gutierrez's grid penalty was factored in but now looks set to start from the pit lane. Mercedes is planning to change the front brake material on Hamilton's car from one supplied by Brembo to Carbon Industrie, which will result in a breach of parc ferme regulations ahead of the race. Under normal circumstances it...
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