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Sauber's Problems Continue In China

Sauber F1 Team could only manage to finish the Chinese Grand Prix with one car as a disappointing weekend for both drivers finally came to an end. Adrian Sutil was forced to retire on lap six with an engine problem while his teammate Esteban Gutierrez could only manage to finish 16th. Sutil realised on the formation lap that his engine was not working properly. The German fell to the back of the field after a couple of laps and was forced to retire as the issue couldn’t be resolved quickly. “Unfortunately it was a very short race for me,” said Sutil. “During the formation lap I already had problems – I realised the engine was not working properly. At the start I had almost no...
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