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Double DNF Ends Disappointing Montreal Weekend for Caterham

The Canadian Grand Prix weekend of the Caterham F1 team was mediocre at best, terrible at worst. Having qualified right at the back of the field on Saturday, a noticeable distance behind perennial rivals Marussia, the team ended Sunday with two retirements for Kamui Kobayashi and Marcus Ericsson. Kobayashi ended his race at the side of the road at turn four on lap twenty-two when his suspension broke on him. The Japanese driver knows Montreal was not easy for the team, but he is determined not to give up. 'My start was ok and I managed to avoid all the debris from the Marussia crash on lap one,” said Kobayashi. “The tyre management under the safety car was pretty good, but then a...
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