Mercedes have wasted no time in making sure that there is no repeat of Lewis Hamilton's blunder in Baku that cost him a chance at victory.
During the warm-up lap for the restart of the Azerbaijan Grand Prix, the British driver used the 'magic' button on his Mercedes steering wheel to push the brake balance on his car to the front in order to warm up his tyres and brakes.
Before the lights turned green he turned the function off, but when his Mercedes moved off the line he accidentally hit the button again during the upshift. With the brake balance all on the front tyres, the rears wouldn't cooperate and Hamilton was unable to make the corner.
As a result Mercedes have stepped in to make sure this issue doesn't arise in the future. While the button was completely exposed in Baku, it looks as though a panel has been installed that ensures the button isn't as easy to push.
"There's just a little cover over the button," Wolff confirmed to Sky Sports when asked about the brake magic button. "Now we need to find out how he can actually reach the brake magic because at the moment, he's saying he isn't completely happy with how to reach the button."
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