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Paul di Resta says he was simply caught out by rivals as he crashed out of the Italian Grand Prix on the opening lap.
Di Resta hit the back of Lotus's Romain Grosjean, damaging the front left hand side of his Force India.
'It has been one of those weekends to forget, starting with the brake failure yesterday and the early retirement today,' he said.
'I just got caught out going into the second chicane because the cars ahead of me got backed up – I guess they were reacting to the tussle going on ahead of them. I locked both fronts trying to stop the car and ended up hitting Grosjean. Unfortunately it was too late to take avoiding action.'
Adrian Sutil also failed to...
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