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Sauber F1 Team driver Nico Hülkenberg finished tenth and scored one point at the Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai. He was very strong during the first three stints, but then lost ground on his final one. Esteban Gutiérrez made a very good start, but then on lap five lost control of his car under braking and crashed into the back of Adrian Sutil’s car.
A tough weekend all round for Romain here in China after struggling to find the sweet spot with his E21; something the Frenchman is determined to put right as quickly as possible Follow @Lotus_F1Team A third consecutive points finish; are you satisfied with P9 here today? I’m definitely not happy with ninth place; we started P6 and thought we had a good chance to end up within the top five, but unfortunately we could not manage it.
News: Shanghai, Sunday – Nico: “A difficult start to the season but hopefully we can put this result behind us with a strong weekend in Bahrain”
For Nico, “the race was tough today and with my set-up I had an unexpected level of understeer which made it difficult to drive. After my second pit stop, the feeling got worse and I had one front wheel in the air during the corners. The rear anti-roll bar, which influences the balance of the car, had broken so unfortunately we had to retire the car.