The Caterham F1 Team has confirmed that its reserve driver Alexander Rossi will take part in two first practice sessions this season, at the Canadian and US Grands Prix.
The American currently races for the Leafield-based outfit's GP2 team and has suffered a difficult start to his 2014 season. He finished 22nd in the Bahrain feature race after experiencing high tyre degradation, before taking the chequered flag in the sprint race in 25th place after a puncture.
He joined Caterham as a test and reserve driver in 2012 and has retained the role for this year. The 22-year-old has already completed several first practice runs and test days for the team, as well as being heavily involved in...
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