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'Brake change sets precedent'

Christian Horner thinks the FIA have set an 'interesting precedent' by allowing Lewis Hamilton to change his brakes to a different manufacturer without penalty under parc ferme conditions at the German Grand Prix.The Mercedes driver crashed out of qualifying after a brake failure and switched from Brembo discs to Carbone Industrie ahead of the race.The Red Bull Team Principal says he was surprised by the decision to allow the change what he feels to be a fundamental part of the car's set up.'Absolutely – it was a change of car-spec,' Horner said when asked if he was shocked by the stewards decision. 'If you change it like for like is one thing, but if you change it for something that...
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