F1 » Lotterer: ‘I don’t have much to lose’


Andre Lotterer says he doesn't feel he has much to lose and is ready for the “big challenge” of racing in F1 for the first time

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mrfill

August 22, 2014 12:04 AM

ryanshek: Really? but Caterham thinks you can do what their drivers, designers & engineers failed to do in the past 3 years, improve the car performance!!! Oh, I thought your name is Potter....


Brian Potter?

Supermario

August 22, 2014 8:24 AM

I pray for him for all 21 cars pile up and crash on to each other or Mechanical failure except his car. God save his car only and let him finish the race. Nothing to lose for him but his sponsor has to lose money for nothing. Good luck Lotterer. I hope the race will happen as I pray for you.

TenaciousC

August 22, 2014 9:08 AM

Supermario: I pray for him for all 21 cars pile up and crash on to each other or Mechanical failure except his car. God save his car only and let him finish the race. Nothing to lose for him but his sponsor has to lose money for nothing. Good luck Lotterer. I hope the race will happen as I pray for you.


I think he needs a little bit more than divine intervention!

From what I understand the car has upgrades, even if it doesn't go any faster I think it will look better as the hammer head nose has been fettled. Thank god (no pun intended!).

It will be interesting to see how he goes relative to Ericsson, but unless the decision is financial to get the 'F1 entry' to the end of the season, I see little sense in the switch from Kamui, considering Kamui was racing for nothing!

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