Caterham F1 Team
Giedo van der Garde says that he does not feel that he should have been penalised during the Korean Grand Prix.
Van der Garde was handed a drive through penalty for forcing Jules Bianchi wide on the opening lap of the race.
'My start was great, really strong and when everyone was moving to avoid [Felipe] Massa in turn three I had to push out wide to avoid contact with a few cars around me,' he said.
'I really don’t think I’d pushed any other cars out on purpose on lap one but I was told to box for a drive through penalty because of what the stewards saw and from there my race was pretty much over. I served the penalty and then had to box again immediately as the...
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