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Mercedes confident in W15 reliability despite Hamilton engine issue

© XPB  Phillip van Osten 02/04/2024 at 14:4902/04/2024 at 14:12 Mercedes is still searching for the reason behind Lewis Hamilton’s engine failure in the Australian GP, but the Brackley squad heads to Japan this week with no concerns over its car’s reliability. In Melbourne, Hamilton was forced to pull off just 17 laps into the race due to a power unit issue. Unfortunately, the Briton’s misfortune was compounded by teammate George Russell's late crash. The double DNF marked the first time Mercedes has failed to finish a race with both cars since the 2018 Austrian Grand Prix. So far, the cause of Hamilton's engine failure remains a mystery. In Mercedes’ post-race debrief...
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