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Horner wants clarification after brake change

– Red Bull Racing boss Christian Horner has asked the FIA to clarify why Lewis Hamilton was allowed to switch brake manufacturers' without penalty prior to Sunday's German Grand Prix.Hamilton crashed out in qualifying when he suffered a front right brake disc failure and he then opted to ditch the brakes supplied by Brembo and switch to those made by Carbon Industrie.Horner believes this has now set an "interesting precedent"."Absolutely," he told reporters in Germany - according to Sky Sports F1 - when asked if he was shocked with the decision to allow Mercedes to do that without then forcing them to start Hamilton from the pit lane."It was a change of...
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