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Russell to start from pit lane after power unit change

George Russell will start the Singapore Grand Prix from the pit lane after taking a new power unit under parc ferme conditions overnight. The Mercedes driver qualified 11th on Saturday after struggling in greasy conditions, and despite Singapore traditionally being a track that is difficult to overtake, his team has decided to take a full new power unit.
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