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Sauber: We cannot be happy with the performance

Sauber: We cannot be happy with the performance 5 April, 2014 In the first practice session for the 2014 Bahrain Grand Prix, for the first time test and reserve driver Giedo van der Garde was behind the wheel of the Sauber C33. Although the car was completely new to him, he felt confident and was able to give the team some valuable information about the set-up of the car. In FP2 it was then Esteban Gutiérrez again behind the wheel. For Adrian Sutil the second session ended early due to an empty batterie. Giedo van der Garde (car number 36): Sauber C33-Ferrari (Chassis 01/Ferrari) 1st practice: 18th / 1:40.913 min (20 laps) “The session was not too bad. It’s been a while since I was...
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