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Esteban Gutierrez: “We Have to Approach the Race with a Positive Mindset”

Sauber are continuing to struggle and now find themselves down in tenth position in the constructors’ championship after Marussia finally ended their pointless run at Monaco. It could have been so much better for the Swiss team however as Esteban Gutierrez was running in the points before a silly accident at La Rascasse ended his race. Adrian Sutil had also made up some places from his lowly grid slot before he crashed coming out of the tunnel. They move onto Montreal hoping for a change of luck and to reclaim the ninth position ahead again of Marussia. Gutierrez retired towards the end of the race in Canada last season and will be hoping to see the chequered flag this weekend. Despite...
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