Mercedes had to reassemble Lewis Hamilton's car shortly before the Canadian Grand Prix after a hydraulic leak was discovered. The issue is not expected to cost Hamilton his second place on the grid but gave the Silver Arrows a headache nevertheless.
The Silver Arrows brought their spec-two engine to Montreal, with Williams and Racing Point also taking new engines.
Lance Stroll's engine went pop in Saturday practice, spitting a big fireball out the back of his car.
A similar issue was seemingly found on Hamilton's car, but has been fixed before any spectacular failure could cost him.
NEWS: We discovered a hydraulic leak on Lewis’ car late yesterday afternoon. We have diagnosed the source and are now putting the car back together ready for the race ⚒#CanadianGP#F1pic.twitter.com/ebCdKgNVGC
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