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Caterham Positive Progress being made despite Austrian Struggles

Caterham remain rooted to the bottom of the World Constructors’ Championship after seeing Kamui Kobayashi finish sixteenth and Marcus Ericsson eighteenth at the Red Bull Ring in Austria. Kobayashi had originally planned a two-stop strategy but attempting to keep Jules Bianchi in his Marussia behind him, he switched to a one-stop strategy once it was clear Bianchi himself was trying that idea. Unfortunately for the Japanese drive, the Marussia’s strategy was a longer first stint than the Caterham managed, and as the race progressed Kobayashi’s pace dropped off and ultimately he lost the battle with Bianchi by over half a minute at the flag. 'I didn't have a great start but then...
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