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Lotterer: Not much to lose

Andre Lotterer has warned against expecting too much as he tackles his first Formula 1 grands prix with Marussia. The 32-year-old will take to the grid this weekend in Belgium after being called up to help the team's development of the CT05. Lotterer, who is replacing Kamui Kobayashi at the backmarker team, is a three-time Le Mans winner and has a great deal of experience in other series. And although he is hoping to put that to good use this weekend, he admits it won't be easy. "I will have to learn everything very fast so don't expect too much from me!" the German driver said. "In F1 it's a lot that is dictated by the car and I'm aware that unfortunately - I don't want to...
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