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Caterham: Yet again we pushed the limits of the PU

Kamui Kobayashi Caterham team and drivers report from qualifying for the Monaco Grand Prix, Round 6 of the 2014 Formula 1 world championship in Monte Carlo. Kamui Kobayashi, car #10, chassis CT05-#02: “As we’d had so few laps in FP2 we went straight out in FP3 and started with a six lap run on the soft tyres. The car was understeering a bit more than yesterday and we still had an issue with tyre temperatures, but less than in FP1. For runs two and three we went onto the supersofts, running a different program to our normal FP3 which we had to do because of the lack of FP2 laps on Thursday. “In Q1 we did two runs on supersofts. The first run was ok but I wanted a bit more front wing...
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