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Hamilton expects to avoid further engine penalty in 2021

Lewis Hamilton says he expects to reach the end of the 2021 Formula 1 season without having to incur a further engine penalty. Hamilton took on a fourth Internal Combustion Engine of the season in Turkey, taking a 10-place grid drop, while rival Max Verstappen took on a fourth power unit in its entirety in […]
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