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Power-unit problem costs Caterham track time

Caterham F1 Team reserve driver Robin Frijns completed just 10 laps of the Jerez circuit on day three of winter testing, losing crucial track time in the afternoon due to a power-unit problem. Despite the Leafield-based outfit's best efforts to repair the car, they ran out of time. He failed to set a laptime and was forced to sit on the side-lines for most of the day. However, he was happy to be back at the wheel of an F1 car and feels comfortable in his new team. 'Even though we had limited running today it’s still good to be back in an F1 car, especially with a team where I already feel like part of the family,' he said. 'Since we made the announcement last week everyone’s been...
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