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Brendon Hartley aims for strong finish In Abu Dhabi after Brazilian retirement

After his second retirement in three Formula 1 races, Brendon Hartley is looking to finish his busy year strongly for Scuderia Toro Rosso. The New Zealander suffered yet another mechanical problem following on from a nightmarish Mexican Grand Prix weekend – this time due to an oil consumption problem. Despite the early end, Hartley was satisfied with his performance. 'It’s a shame that I had to retire, but I’m happy with the part of the race I competed in.' said the two-time World Endurance Champion. 'I had a really good start and that was the first box ticked. I had to get around Stroll because he sort of stalled in front of me, but all the procedures that we’ve been working...
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