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Andre Lotterer’s Caterham Debut Shows There Is More Than 1 Way to Break into F1

Andre Lotterer's cameo with the lowly Caterham team at the Belgian Grand Prix was one of the feel-good stories on a weekend of ill-feeling due to the outbreak of war at Mercedes. Little was expected of the German driver when he was formally announced as Kamui Kobayashi's replacement less than two days ahead of the first free practice session, despite the outfit championing the 32-year-old's experience, feedback and expertise in changeable weather conditions. His main goal for his first (and probably last) grand prix weekend, you suspect, was to avoid the kind of humiliation that Luca Badoer suffered at the same circuit in 2009. Badoer, of course, deputised for the injured Felipe Massa at the Valencia street circuit and Spa, where he finish...

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