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Hulkenberg's Austrian grid penalty confirmed

Nico Hulkenberg will join Alexander Albon at the back of the Austrian Grand Prix grid due to engine penalties. Last time out in France, his team-mate Daniel Ricciardo took on Renault's new internal combustion engine while this time in Austria it is Hulkenberg's turn. The new ICE, though, means penalties for the German. He is moving onto a fourth ICE, Turbocharger and MGU-H as well as a third MGU-K and Control Electronics. As his penalty equates to more than 15 places, he will automatically start from the very back of the grid. The list of power unit components used ahead of the #AustrianGP– Albon and Hulkenberg to take penalties for new power units. pic.twitter.com/oCDH9V9erz —...
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