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Magnussen set for pit lane start after shunt

McLaren has confirmed that Kevin Magnussen is likely to start from the pit lane following his crash in qualifying for the Hungarian Grand Prix. Having progressed through to Q3, Magnussen was on slick tyres approaching Turn 1 as rain started to fall early in the session and he slid off the track at high speed, damaging the car against the tyre barrier. Racing director Eric Boullier said the damage appeared severe enough to require a chassis change which would mean a pit lane start. “I think the chassis and gearbox have to be changed,” Boullier said. “We are just waiting for final clearance from the team but that's what we expect. Which means obviously we will start from the pit...
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