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GP Week : Issue 192
F1 >>> FEATUrE bApTIsM OF FIRE Monisha Kaltenborn has had a tough first full season as team principal of the Sauber Formula One team. The former lawyer, born in Dehradun, India, has had to keep team morale up in the face of a lack of results on track, while at the same time having to work tirelessly behind the scenes to find vital funding to secure the outfit’s financial future. In Korea, ABHISHEK TAKLE spoke to Kaltenborn about the Indian Grand Prix, the high cost of competing in Formula One, the deal the team agreed with a group of Russian investors, and next year’s driver line-up.