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Hamilton and Sainz receive Turkish GP receive grid penalties following engine changes

Turkish Grand Prix – Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton and Ferrari's Carlos Sainz have taken new internal combustion engines for the Turkish GP. It has been long suggested the Hamilton may take a new engine for this Grand Prix and this means that the championship leader will take a grid penalty for the start of the race. Drivers are only allowed to use three combustion engines over the course of the season and a fresh Mercedes in the back of Hamilton's car pushes his seasons' total up to four. The Briton will also take a new exhaust system for this event. Unlike Red Bull in Russia, Mercedes have elected to only change the combustion engine, which will mean just a 10-place grid drop for...
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