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Friday Press Conference – F1 2014 British Grand Prix

Friday Press Conference – F1 2014 British Grand PrixPosted On 04 Jul 2014By : thisisf1Comment: 0 Transcript of the Friday press conference organised by the FIA for the 2014 British Grand Prix TEAM REPRESENTATIVES – Gerry HUGHES (Caterham), Rob WHITE (Renault Sport F1), James KEY (Toro Rosso), Pat SYMONDS (Williams), Adrian NEWEY (Red Bull Racing), Jonathan NEALE (McLaren) PRESS CONFERENCE Gerry, head of track operations at Caterham, could you fill us in on the details of the changes at Caterham in so far as it affects your department? Gerry HUGHES: Well, I think it’s fair to say that from a track operations perspective it’s business as usual. The new owners are here for the...
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