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Albers encouraged after first race at helm

– Christijan Albers has described his first weekend as CEO of the Caterham F1 Team as 'good', even if he wasn't happy with where they finished in the British Grand Prix.The sale of the team to a 'consortium of Swiss and Middle Eastern investors' was confirmed just a few days before the event at Silverstone, and while it was no fairytale start for Albers at the helm, with Marcus Ericsson retiring in the race and Kamui Kobayshi finishing 15th – his car compromised after he had to go 'rallying' to avoid Kimi Räikkönen's crashing Ferrari on the opening lap – he remained encouraged."We're obviously not happy with where we finished today, but for my first weekend with the team I...
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