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Kaltenborn: Hard tyres didn't work for us

– Sauber Team Principal Monisha Kaltenborn has blamed the inability to get the hard tyres to work for their failure to score points in the British Grand Prix. It means the Swiss squad has still to open its 2014 Formula 1 points account.Adrian Sutil ran quite competitively in the first half of the race. However he faded after switching to the hard Pirelli tyres and in the end finished a disappointing 13th.Team-mate Esteban Gutiérrez also had a bad afternoon and failed to finish as a result of the collision with Lotus driver Pastor Maldonado. Gutiérrez was later judged to be at fault and was handed a three-place grid penalty for Germany, adding to the team's woe."In the race it...
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