Caterham F1 Team
Giedo van der Garde says he had ‘nowhere to go' after his Japanese Grand Prix ended at the corner.
The Dutch driver was involved in a collision with Jules Bianchi and subsequently suffered a heavy impact into the barriers.
'My start was okay but going into turn one I was squeezed between both the Marussia cars and had nowhere to go,' he said.
'I lost my front wing in contact with Bianchi and then the car went straight off and into the wall. It was quite a heavy impact but I’m ok. Obviously that’s disappointing, but it was a racing incident and sometimes these things happen so now we’ll move on to India and push for a better weekend there and for the rest of the...
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