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Double retirement for Sauber in Malaysia

March 30th, 2014 (F1Plus / Chris Cameron-Dow) - Sauber's 2014 woes continued with a double retirement in Malaysia. Adrian Sutil's car stopped on track when he lost electric power, and Esteban Gutierrez retired when he found himself unable to select a gear at his second pitstop. Sauber have yet to score a point after two races this season. In Australia, both cars finished but neither driver was in the points. In Malaysia neither car made it to the finish. The team is still trying to extract pace from the car in order to achieve the results they would like. The two Sauber drivers retired within three laps of each other. Sutil was first to have his race shortened by unreliability. He...
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