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Why Would Mercedes Have a Conspiracy to Sabotage Lewis Hamilton?

Lewis Hamilton suffered engine problems in last Sunday's Russian Grand Prix, the second race in a row where a defective energy recovery system (followed by a water-pressure issue in Russia) cost him a chance at victory. Cars break down all the time in Formula One. They are on the very limit of performance, driving at more than 300 km/h, braking heavily several times per lap and changing gears thousands of times in a two-hour race. Usually, when a driver retires due to a mechanical failure, it is acknowledged as bad luck. But something weird happened after Hamilton's problem in Russia (which didn't cause him to retire, by the way—he still finished second). People started taking to Twitter to voice their opinions that Mercedes were deli...

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