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Mercedes working on brake issue for 2024 F1 season

Lewis Hamilton came close to retiring his Mercedes from the Abu Dhabi GP with a brake issue. Image: Charles Coates/XPB Mercedes is looking to rectify a brake issue ahead of the 2024 F1 campaign that almost led to Lewis Hamilton retiring from the end-of-season Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. Hamilton and Mercedes were forced to manage the problem throughout the final stint on the hard tyres bearing in mind that second place in the constructors' championship was on the line. The seven-time F1 champion managed to drag his W14 to the chequered flag in ninth place, with the two points scored thankfully not missed due to Red Bull's Sergio Perez dropping from second to fourth after incurring a five-second...
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