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Five-place grid penalty for Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton will start the German Grand Prix from no higher than 20th on the grid following a five-place penalty for changing his gearbox. The part was damaged in the Mercedes driver's crash in qualifying, which was caused by a brake failure. It remains likely that Hamilton will have to start from the pit lane. Mercedes said on Saturday they would likely change the type of brakes used on the car because of the difficulty of working out why it had failed. Please turn on JavaScript. Media requires JavaScript to play. // Inside F1: Tom Clarkson and David Coulthard review German GP qualifying require( ["sportui/empswitch"], function(empswitch) { empswitch.init(); } ); F1's parc...
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