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Brake failure cause revealed

Mercedes and Brembo have revealed that the 'specific interaction between the brake material and braking mounting on the F1 W05' caused Lewis Hamilton's qualifying crash in Germany.The Briton made an early exit from the session at Hockenheim when a right-front brake disc failure on his car pitched him into a heavy shunt with the barriers.The statement released ahead of the Belgian Grand Prix added that 'the quality of the material was not a contributory factor'.Mercedes and Bremo statement in full: Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton crashes out of qualifying in Germany, leading to the session being red flagged, ending his chances of pole position. Hamilton cras ‘Following extensive joint...
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