Lewis Hamilton faces another 15-place grid penalty in the Belgian Grand Prix after another engine change ahead of second practice.

The championship leader was already set to be handed a 15-place penalty for having used his sixth power unit of the season.

Mercedes has decided to take the opportunity to give Hamilton yet another engine in order for the Briton to have two engines for the remaining races without losing grid places in another grand prix.

Hamilton is now on his seventh MGU-H and turbocharger, the team confirmed during FP2.



Source: Motorsport.com

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