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Why Mercedes saved Hamilton's Brazilian engine in Qatar

Mercedes trackside engineering director Andrew Shovlin has explained why the team ran Lewis Hamilton with a "less powerful" engine in Qatar despite having his Brazilian powerhouse in Losail.
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