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Verstappen might take grid penalty because of Hamilton's broken engine

Max Verstappen previously reported that Red Bull Racing would not be changing their engine before the Italian Grand Prix, and would therefore not be facing the inevitable grid penalty. The usually well informed Auto, Motor und Sport reports that the team is keeping an eye on Mercedes before making a decision. This because Lewis Hamilton has only two engines left in his pool. For Hamilton it was his oldest engine that failed at Zandvoort, while for Verstappen it was his newest engine that failed at Silverstone. Read more Hamilton unable to use engine after Zandvoort, grid penalty inevitable Mercedes plan failed in Belgium Both teams will keep a close eye on each other in Monza, and wait for...
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