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Double DNF Caps Disappointing Weekend For Sauber

Sauber are still waiting for their first points of 2014 after both cars failed to finish the Malaysia Grand Prix at Sepang on Sunday. The race didn’t promise much for Adrian Sutil starting on the ninth row and a loss of power halted it midway through but the German admitted his C33 lacked pace even when it was running healthily. “In my last lap I lost power and then suddenly the car switched off. I don’t know what happened, so we need to analyse it. It is a shame. Many things don’t work well at the moment, so we need to learn from that. In general, our pace was too slow and the grip level was poor. This was unusual for us and we didn’t expect that. We will keep working on the...
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