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Hamilton and Magnussen to start from pits

Sutton Images Enlarge Lewis Hamilton and Kevin Magnussen will start from the pit lane at the Hungarian Grand Prix after both had to replace their chassis following qualifying. Hamilton's car caught fire due to a fuel leak before he had the chance to complete a flying lap and the charred remains were too damaged to race on Sunday. The team confirmed it would be changing the chassis, engine and gearbox overnight, meaning Hamilton will have to start from the pit lane. New chassis, engine and gearbox for @LewisHamilton ahead of tomorrow's Grand Prix after today's fire— MERCEDES AMG F1 (@MercedesAMGF1) July 26, 2014 McLaren has also confirmed Kevin Magnussen will start from the...
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