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Exclusive interview with Caterham rookie Marcus Ericsson

Marcus Ericsson first drove a Formula One car back in 2009, but he had to wait until 2014 before he gained an F1 race seat, with Caterham. This week the young Swede has been in Bahrain with his new team, busily accumulating mileage at the second pre-season test ahead of his Grand Prix debut in Australia. We caught up with 23-year-old to discuss his progression to F1 and how preparations for his first season in the sport are going…Q: Marcus, having spent four consecutive years in GP2, were you concerned that you’d never make it into Formula One?Marcus Ericcson: Honestly no. F1 was always my goal and I was confident that if I kept performing and improving and stayed in contact...
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