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Russell to start Singapore GP from pits after PU change

George Russell must start Formula 1’s Singapore Grand Prix from the pit lane after Mercedes fitted new power unit components to his W13. Russell qualified in 11th position at Marina Bay amid brake struggled during the session. Mercedes has fitted a fresh power unit to Russell’s car, with all components outside of his allocation, but […]
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