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Mercedes explains Hamilton's engine swap, rather than full PU

Mercedes has explained why it opted to fit Lewis Hamilton’s car with a fresh Internal Combustion Engine, rather than an entirely new Power Unit, for this weekend’s Turkish Grand Prix. The fresh engine means Hamilton will take a 10-place grid penalty for the race, rather than being sent to the back of the grid, which […]
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