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The Devil in the Driver market detail

Towards the back of the grid in Malaysia this year, a frenetic tussle ensued between four men which could (or rather should) influence the driver market between now and the end of the season. Like Nico Hulkenberg, Kamui was one of the few drivers to perform two stops, meaning at least Caterham could at least manage their tyre degradation. Kobayashi was however caught out by McLaren of Kevin Magnussen and Lotus of Romain Grosjean on fresher rubber. Not one to roll over, Kamui was prodigious in his defence, holding off the pair for more laps than he had right to. Whilst one would’ve expected Kamui to be happy under the circumstances, his competitive nature was still bubbling beneath the...
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