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Caterham: Everyone’s reasonably pleased with what we’ve achieved

Caterham: Everyone’s reasonably pleased with what we’ve achieved 9 April, 2014 Caterham driver Marcus Ericsson reports from the second and final day of Bahrain Formula 1 testing at Sakhir. Marcus Ericsson: “It was a good morning session for us, running through a plan that started with aero work with a front wheel wake rake fitted for aero evaluation, and then some work on the braking system that gave us a lot of interesting information. We didn’t really have any issues so we were able to get through most of the morning runplan and then broke for lunch just before the morning session ended. “In the afternoon session we started with a number of runs with a rear wing rake on,...
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