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Mercedes technical chief rejects claims of sabotage

Mercedes technical chief Paddy Lowe brushed off suggestions that sabotage was behind Lewis Hamilton's engine failure at last weekend's Malaysian Grand Prix        
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Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton retired from the Malaysian Grand Prix due to an engine failure on Sunday, with the British driver pulling off the track while leading with 16 laps to go        

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