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Topic - Pedro De La Rosa
"Five laps to the end, part of the carbon seat broke and I was afraid that I might have to retire, but I managed to adapt to the new driving position and we were able to get to the checkered flag, which was not only important for me but for the whole team," de la Rosa said. "Now it is time to look ahead and get ready for Brazil."
de la Rosa this week was forced to deny reports in Spain that the cars may be lacking spare parts and dangerous to drive.