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Pitlane start for Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton will start Sunday's Hungarian GP from the pitlane as Mercedes will need to rebuild his chassis following qualifying. The 29-year-old endured yet more bad luck, although he believes it "beyond bad luck - it's something else", on Saturday as his W05 caught fire before he could even set a time during Q1. Hamilton admitted that his car would need a new engine and gearbox, which would normally result in a drop down the grid, but Mercedes will start him from the pitlane. Just a few hours after qualifying, the Merc mechanics were wheeling a new chassis into the pits while technical chief Paddy Lowe believes they got to the bottom of the problem. "We are still...
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