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Mercedes ponders taking tactical grid penalty at Monza

Mercedes is contemplating adding a fourth engine to its drivers' hardware pool at Monza in a bid to tackle the back half of the season with a better margin of security in terms of its power unit usage. For many teams, the summer has taken its toll on its engines, and Mercedes and Red Bull are both on the fringes of a grid penalty as their three-engine allocation has reached its limit or has been reduced. Such was the case for the Milton Keynes-based outfit which was forced to discard one damage engine for both max Verstappen and Sergio Perez. Verstappen reckoned his team would not take a tactical grid penalty at Monza, but Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff says the Brackley squad is...
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