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Crashes Eliminate both Sauber Drivers in Weekend to Forget

The Sauber-Ferrari team experienced their second consecutive double did not finish when both cars were eliminated by crashes that were of no fault of their own.  The Marussia of Jules Bianchi knocked out Adrian Sutil, but Esteban Gutierrez had a frightening crash when punted into a roll by the Lotus of Pastor Maldonado. “Let’s start with the positives: We are pleased that Esteban is fine after his spectacular accident,” said Team Principal Monisha Kaltenborn.  “Generally, it was a weekend to forget. We knew before that on this track our limitations with the powertrain would be significant. This was confirmed during the race. Nevertheless, losing both cars through accidents is...
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