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Hamilton says top ten finish probably out of reach

Lewis Hamilton believes a top ten finish on Sunday will be difficult despite the pace advantage the Mercedes has over its rivals. The Briton looks likely to start from the pitlane after an engine fire during the first part of qualifying ended his session before he could even set a timed lap. Despite finishing second in Germany last weekend after starting from a similar position, he doesn't believe a similar feat can be achieved in Hungary where overtaking is much harder. "I bailed out of that timed lap I was doing," he explained. "Something happened to my brakes, something on the brake system failed, I had to engage some settings to try and correct it and then the engine just...
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