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Caterham Eye Stronger Malaysian Grand Prix

Caterham F1 Team will be hoping for a much more successful Malaysian Grand Prix after neither of their drivers made it to the chequered flag in Australia. Kamui Kobayashi never even made it through the first corner at Albert Park, with a brake issue causing him to go careening into the back of Felipe Massa‘s Williams. Then, 27 laps later, Marcus Ericsson‘s F1 debut ended with an oil pressure problem forcing him out of the race. The team have put Australia behind them and now are fully focussed on improving at Sepang and bringing the best out of their new car. “The way we bounced back in qualifying in Melbourne showed a little bit of what we can do, but without any real laps...
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