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Ericsson: Caterham needs to leave Austria on positive note

As F1 enters the land made famous by the Sound of Music, Caterham rookie Marcus Ericsson is hoping that the Leafield squad will be 'on song' in its pursuit of rival Marussia. Jules Bianchi's unexpected points in Monaco have left Caterham – and midfield regular Sauber - adrift at the bottom of the teams' standings and, after a double retirement in Canada last time out, Ericsson is hoping for better fortunes for both himself and veteran team-mate Kamui Kobayashi at the first Austrian Grand Prix for eleven years. “It would be good to leave Austria on a positive note – it's been a while since we had one and with the big efforts everyone's putting in across the team the whole time, I...
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