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No points on difficult day for Sauber

The Monaco Grand Prix was eventful as ever, but was not a successful race for Nico Hulkenberg and Esteban Gutierrez
Sunday, May 26, 2013

May 26th, 2013 (F1Plus / Chris Cameron-Dow) - Sauber lost out on a point right at the end of the Monaco Grand Prix when Nico Hulkenberg was passed for tenth place by a fast-charging Kimi Raikkonen on the last lap. Esteban Gutierrez finished 13th after being one of the few drivers to pit between the red-flag restart and the end of the race.

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After the race, Nico Hulkenberg expressed his frustration with a general lack of speed in the race: “We couldn’t expect any miracles today, and yesterday we weren’t in the top ten either. Today we just lacked speed throughout the race. Unlike most of the other drivers, I started on soft tyres at the re-start, which was ok in the beginning. But, after another Safety Car, the tyres never came back to life again. The rears especially degraded a lot. When I got out of the car I could see the steel belt, so it’s no wonder the pace wasn’t good enough anymore. It’s a shame, as that point would have been ours.”

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Esteban Gutierrez explained the challenges he faced during the race: “It was very challenging to bring the car back home without any scratches or a crash. The first Safety Car compromised our strategy and in the end we just had to make the best out of that situation. We couldn’t expect to score points, but I did my best to use every opportunity I had to gain positions. Nevertheless, it was also important to not go over the limit and finish the race. I had a good re-start and was able to fight, but one of the points where we have to improve is the top speed in order to be able to fight for positions. It was tough with Williams in front and Lotus behind. On the other hand, I need to work so I can cope better with changing conditions in qualifying.”

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Sauber Team Principal Monisha Kaltenborn was not happy with the results, and said after the race: “We are disappointed with the result today, because we were in a position to score points. The first safety car period compromised our strategy. But the most surprising thing for us was that we couldn’t gain an advantage with our choice of tyres for the re-start. Although Nico was on soft tyres - the harder compound - the degradation was higher than that of our competitors, who were on super softs. Both drivers drove well, but the car simply wasn’t good enough on this track. We still believe, however, the measures we took will show an improvement again in the next race.”

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