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'Hamilton must replace combustion engine in Brazil'

Possibly bad news for Lewis Hamilton and his chances for his eighth world title. According to rumours the Mercedes driver will have to replace his combustion engine in Brazil. That would mean that the Briton gets a grid penalty of ten places. Problems Mercedes engine Formula One journalist Julianne Cerasoli, writing for the Brazilian UOL among others, says she has hot news on Twitter. "Hamilton will replace the combustion engine at Interlagos. Mercedes thought they had solved the problem, but noticed a drop in water pressure during the race in Mexico, " writes the Brazilian. If the rumours are true, this will be the fifth engine for the reigning world champion. That would mean...
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