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Montoya saya Bad luck for Mercedes rivals

Mercedes may now be at the front, but little has changed in formula one. That is the view of former driver Juan Pablo Montoya, who left the paddock half-way through the 2006 season to begin his foray in the American series Nascar. Now 38, the Colombian has switched to Indycar, where between his races at Long Beach and Alabama he sat down to watch the Chinese grand prix on television. "I watched for five laps and then switched it off," the winner of 7 grands prix told Germany's Auto Motor und Sport. Montoya said he did not find the Shanghai spectacle "exciting" enough, adding that part of the problem is the loss of the high-revving, screaming engines of the past. But the...
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