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Kamui Kobayashi: 'We’ll Have to Regroup for China'

The Caterham F1 team had a mixed race weekend at the Bahrain International Circuit which saw the team slip back to the bottom of the championship standings behind the Marussia team. Kamui Kobayashi finished the race in Sakhir in fifteenth position, but team-mate Marcus Ericsson was forced to retire just after half distance. “Yet again both drivers did a good job with all the settings and were able to race on pace with both Lotuses, Marussia’s and Sauber’s,” said Renault Sport F1 track support leader Cedrik Staudohar. “The chassis-engine package is improving with each session as we understand more about its strengths and the aim is clearly to keep this upward trend going....
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