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Mercedes ‘gutted to let Hamilton down again’

Paddy Lowe and Toto Wolff have expressed their upset and frustration at seeing Lewis Hamilton suffer more technical woes in qualifying for the Hungarian Grand Prix, the title contender consigned to the back of the grid for the second race in succession. Following his brake failure initiated crash in qualifying for the German Grand Prix, Hamilton suffered more issues in Hungary when a fuel leak caused his Mercedes to catch fire before he had set a competitive lap time. Causing significant damage to his car and leaving him at the back of the grid once more, the problem comes at a time when Mercedes' reliability is being brought increasingly into focus following issues for Rosberg at...
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