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Watch In Awe As Lewis Hamilton's F1 Engine Blows Up To Let Someone Else Win

GIF via dawido 0305 Alert! Warning! This is not a drill! Something unexpected happened during a Formula One race! Lewis Hamilton retired from the lead of the race after his oh-so-reliable Mercedes power unit started belching big flames. Hamilton’s engine was blown, and he halted to a stop on lap 42 of 56. Read more...
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