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Kaltenborn: Sauber must step up everywhere

Monisha Kaltenborn says Sauber needs to “step up everywhere” to join the midfield battle this season. Sauber is currently without a point in 2014 after struggling with an overweight car in the opening races which has put it on the back foot. Speaking exclusively to Crash.net after the Austrian Grand Prix, team principal Kaltenborn said it was tough to see obvious progress because improvements need to be made in so many areas within the team. “It's very difficult to compare races because they're really very different in a way,” Kaltenborn said. “What we're seeing from the lap times is that the distance is still big to the teams ahead but it's maybe getting a bit smaller here and...
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