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I can't tell you how devastated I'll be if Kamui isn't on the grid next year. While not Japanese, I've spent a large proportion of my life living just a stones throw from the Suzuka circuit, and after years of token Japanese drivers along the Ide line, it was great to see a Japanese driver who raced... and raced seriously. I just can't understand why Kamui isn't backed with huge amounts of yen behind him. He's a superstar back in Japan. Perhaps he spent too much time in Europe building up his racecraft and not staying at home and building up relationships with sponsors. This makes no sense to me.

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