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Kamui Kobayashi: “Crazy Races don’t come too Often”

The Caterham F1 team arrive in Montreal now down in eleventh in the Constructors’ Championship and still pointless. They now hold the record of the longest time without scoring a point in F1 outright after Marussia finally scored points with Jules Bianchi in Monaco. Japanese driver Kamui Kobayashi and Swede Marcus Ericsson are both hoping that another race of attrition will help them get off the bottom of the standings. Kobayashi will be making his fourth Canadian Grand Prix start this weekend, and has a best finish of seventh for Sauber back in 2011. He was disappointed by the result last time out in Monaco in what he described as a ‘crazy race’. He feels the team would need its own...
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