Caterham F1 Team
Caterham driver says he is aiming for the strongest race of his nascent Formula 1 career after qualifying in 21st place for the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Ericsson was eight-tenths of a second slower than team-mate Kamui Kobayashi in Q1 but believes he can put in a composed performance after a weekend of improved reliability.
"We definitely made some improvements overnight and I want to thank everyone in the team for the efforts they put in to move on from what had been a bit of a difficult Friday," he said.
"My final run on the options was the best of the weekend so far – we’d improved the braking and the overall balance so I went into qualifying feeling...
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