The Caterham F1 team got both cars to the finish of the 2014 Monaco Grand Prix but ultimately missed out on points again, with Marcus Ericsson finishing one place outside the top ten in 11th while Kamui Kobayashi was 13th after suffering sidepod and floor damage in an incident at the Nouvelle Chicane that cost the Japanese driver to lose downforce.
Kobayashi felt a points finish was certainly possible but was annoyed that the Marussia of Jules Bianchi hit him as the Frenchman attempted a pass on the Japanese driver. The damage meant that Kobayashi was struggling for speed from there on, and he finished three laps down in 13th.
'Even though I finished in 13th I'm really not happy as I'm...
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