The second practice session for the Dutch Grand Prix didn't start well for Lewis Hamilton as he stopped his Mercedes car on track, bringing out the red flag.
Mercedes told Hamilton to stop his car shortly after he left the pits at Zandvoort, having reported a loss of power over the radio.
When asked if the issue is track-specific, given that Sebastian Vettel suffered engine trouble in FP1, Mercedes told RacingNews365.com that there's no data to suggest so at this time.
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