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Hamilton slapped with penalty after Sao Paulo GP engine change

Sao Paulo Grand Prix – Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton has been dealt a blow to his championship campaign this weekend after the team changed the Briton's engine for the Sao Paulo GP. Hamilton will take a five-place grid penalty after much speculation that the Mercedes driver would take a new power unit element for this race weekend. There has been much speculation about Hamilton's engine and the Briton will take a new internal combustion engine for the Sao Paulo GP weekend, pushing Hamilton to five used through the 2021 season. The seven time world champion had recently changed his internal combustion engine at the Turkish Grand Prix pushing him over the three allowed for the season....
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