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Vettel set to take US GP engine grid penalty

Aston Martin’s Sebastian Vettel is set to take a grid penalty at this weekend’s United States Grand Prix due to power unit changes. Prior to this weekend’s event in Austin, Vettel had used up all of his penalty-free power unit elements, meaning any further introduction of fresh components would result in a grid drop. It […]
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