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Lack of corner speed surprises

Andre Lotterer says he was surprised he can push his Audi LMP1 car harder through a corner than the Caterham CT-05. The 32-year-old is a triple-Le Mans winner with the German marque and a former World Endurance Champion, but this weekend's Belgian GP will be his F1 debut.It should be noted that the Audi R18 e-tron Quattro Lotterer competes in is the car to beat in the WEC, whilst the Caterham is arguably the slowest car in F1, which perhaps makes comparision difficult given they are at opposite ends of the spectrum.'There is a lot more power – it would be nice to have that much power in an LMP1 car – but then in the corners it is the opposite,' Lotter told Sky Sports F1.'I think...
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