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We need to finish this race, admits Sutil

– Sauber driver Adrian Sutil has conceded it is vital he gets to the chequered flag in the Spanish Grand Prix next weekend. Sutil began the 2014 Formula 1 season with an eleventh place finish in Australia, but since then hasn't had much good fortune and suffered his third DNF in a row in China last time out, with engine problems sidelining him early on. "I am looking forward, and I think that our performance will be stronger [in Spain] than in the previous races," said the German. "We will be travelling to Barcelona with some car updates, which I hope will help us to improve our performance." "Obviously, I expect more than in the last races. After three...
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