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Ericsson hoping for high retirement rate

Caterham F1 Team Marcus Ericsson believes that this weekend's Monaco Grand Prix could provide Caterham with an opportunity to move up the championship table. The Swedish rookie - who claimed a best of 14th in Malaysia earlier this year - reckons the traditional high retirement rate at Monte Carlo could give Caterham a chance of claiming a good result. "As a rookie Monaco is obviously one of the races you’re most excited about, and I’m no different," he said. "I obviously have a lot of experience of racing there in GP2, I finished on the podium in 2012 with iSport, but racing F1 cars around Monaco is one of the things I’ve dreamed about ever since I first wanted to be...
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