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Lotterer ready for F1 aged 32

Andre Lotterer may be twice as old as F1's latest teenage sensation Jos Verstappen but the 32-year-old intends to seize his opportunity this weekend when he takes over Kamui Kobayashi's Caterham seat at the Belgian Grand Prix. "Sure, it came a little bit later than expected, but I cannot say I feel a worse driver at 32 than years ago!" said the three-time Le Mans winner. "It's the opposite. I managed to get a lot of experience and feel much more confident over the years. Age is a number. "I have been flat out racing all my life and I don't feel I have any problems with speed or any pains anywhere. I am taking the challenge." Born in Germany, but brought up in...
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