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Hamilton suffered from glazed brake during Q3 at Spa

Lewis Hamilton’s attempts to thwart team-mate Nico Rosberg in the frenetic battle for pole position was hindered slightly by a glazing left brake, which occurred during the all-important top ten shootout at Spa-Francorchamps. Eventually the 2008 World Champion was forced to settle for second position, alongside his German team-mate. Despite ending both Q1 and Q2 ahead of Rosberg during qualifying for the Belgian Grand Prix, Hamilton’s chances of securing a full house and topping each segment was thwarted when his left brake began to glaze over during the top ten shootout. The glazing of brakes usually occurs in low temperatures, such as were experienced in the wet and dreary conditions...
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