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Hamilton to start from pitlane

Lewis Hamilton is likely to start the Hungarian GP from the pitlane after his Mercedes car suffered catastrophic damage when it was engulfed in flames at the start of qualifying. Mercedes have identified a fuel leak as triggering the fire but are yet to determine the cause of the leak.'We are still stripping the car to understand the cause of the fuel leak but the symptom was a loss of high pressure fuel to the direct injection system of the internal combustion engine,' confirmed Mercedes technical chief Paddy Lowe. 'This fuel leak then caused a major conflagration which is likely to have written off most of the car.' Following Kevin Magnussen's crash into the barriers during a brief rain...
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