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Caterham unable to make big impression at Hockenheim

Even though Caterham saw both its cars at the finish, Kamui Kobayashi and Marcus Ericsson were unable to cause any surprises during today's German GP. The duo ended 16th and 18th respectively. Kamui Kobayashi, car #10, chassis CT05-#02, 16th: “At the start I managed to avoid Bianchi who was slow off the line but I was behind Chilton going into turn one. After the safety car went back in Bianchi managed to get ahead so I focused on pushing to the first stop where really good work from the pitstop crew helped me jump Chilton, and I held that place comfortably up to the second stop on lap 32. “The car balance was ok – there was a bit of understeer, less than on the supersofts I’d...
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