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Definitive conclusion reached over Hamilton’s Germany brake failure

Mercedes and brake supplier Brembo have finally released a definitive conclusion pertaining to Lewis Hamilton’s brake failure during qualifying for the German Grand Prix last month, which saw the Briton spear violently into the barriers. This in turn saw Hamilton start a lowly 20th, whilst team-mate Rosberg secured pole. During the following weeks after Hamilton’s worrying brake failure, both Mercedes and Brembo have analysed why such a failure struck the Briton and resulted in the session-ending incident. Following the shunt question marks were immediately raised over the efficiency and safety of Brembo’s brakes, with the German marque electing to change to Carbon Industries for the...
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