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Caterham duo target improved practice sessions

Caterham F1 Team Caterham duo Kamui Kobayashi and Marcus Ericsson say that the team must have a better build-up to the race if they are to improve at next weekend's Malaysian Grand Prix. Neither driver managed significant running across the two practice sessions in Australia and Kobayashi reckons a proper Friday programme will allow Caterham to show their true pace. "I’ve obviously raced there a few times before, and finished in the points in 2011, and this year it would be great if we were able to fight for a point, but we’ll have to make sure we have a better Friday than we did in Australia if we’re going to have a stronger weekend at Sepang," said the Japanese. "The...
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