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Exclusive: Pedro de la Rosa on his unorthodox route to F1, Jaguar's potential, McLaren chance, and Aston Martin

Pedro de la Rosa's Formula One career saw him take part in over 100 Grands Prix, with him achieving a point on his debut and a podium for McLaren at the 2006 Hungarian Grand Prix. A veteran of the sport, and a trusted pair of hands at the wheel as a test driver, the Spaniard […]
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