Sauber continued to struggle in Montreal with neither Adrian Sutil nor Esteban Gutierrez able to collect points despite the high number of retirements, which means the team continue to remain down in tenth place in the constructors’ championship. Unfortunately for Gutierrez, he became the final retirement on lap 64 after a power loss from his Ferrari engine.
Starting from the pit lane after his free practice crash on Saturday, the race was always going to be challenging for Gutierrez. The Mexican was fighting with his team-mate for a lot of the race before being forced to retire with a loss of power.
“It was a very challenging race,” expressed Gutierrez. “Especially in the...
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