Caterham reserve driver Alexander Rossi is ready to get back behind the wheel of a Formula 1 car during practice for this weekend's Canadian Grand Prix.
The American driver is balancing his reserve driver duties with a full GP2 campaign, and after completing a large amount of work in the simulator, he will finally step into the CT05 car at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve on Friday.
'FP1 in Montreal will be my first drive of the year in the 2014 F1 car, but after the amount of laps I've done in the sim with CT05 I'm already pretty familiar with how it'll be inside the cockpit,' Rossi explained.
'Obviously it's not quite the same as actually being out on track, but I have a lot of F1 mileage...
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