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  • Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn listens to questions during a press conference ahead of the Australian Formula One Grand Prix at Albert Park in Melbourne, Australia, Friday, March 13, 2015. Kaltenborn stood behind her team's decision-making Friday in an ongoing dispute with former driver Giedo van der Garde and said at the season-opening race that she had not considered resigning from her position over the legal battle. The controversy reached almost farcical levels on Friday with the team having three drivers - van der Garde, Marcus Ericsson and Felipe Nasr - in their race suits in the garage but unable to take part in the opening practice run as the dispute was being argued in the Supreme Court of the state of Victoria, just a short distance from the Albert Park circuit. (AP Photo/Ross Land)
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