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Kobayashi vows Caterham will keep fighting

Caterham F1 Team Kamui Kobayashi has asserted that Caterham will continue to fight, despite suffering from a troublesome time at the Canadian Grand Prix. Kobayashi qualified almost a second behind usual rivals Marussia and retired from the race due to a suspension failure. "My start was okay and I managed to avoid all the debris from the Marussia crash on lap one," he said. "The tyre management under the safety car was pretty good, but then a couple of laps after it came in I felt a problem with the rear coming out of turn two and had to stop the car. When I got out I had a look and I could see it was a rear suspension problem, so that was that. "We’ve had a pretty...
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