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Hamilton takes five place grid penalty

Lewis Hamilton at Hockenheim Lewis Hamilton may start Sunday's German Grand Prix from the pit lane after his Mercedes team indicated they are likely to change brake suppliers for his car following his high speed crash during qualifying, and it has been confirmed that the Briton will drop five places on the grid for the German Grad Prix In the aftermath of his qualifying shunt, at Hockenheim, Mercedes have decided to change the gearbox on his car because of damage incurred in the incident. ? It has emerged that the 29-year-old had switched to Brembo brakes on Saturday morning, but following a failure of his right front disc that pitched him into a collision with the barriers at the...
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