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Ericsson hopeful of step forward

Caterham F1 Team Caterham driver Marcus Ericsson says the squad is targeting a step forward at this weekend's Belgian Grand Prix as the team prepares to fit a large upgrade package to the CT05. Ericsson, who will be joined at the team this weekend by new signing Andre Lotterer, has endured a challenging rookie season, with progress on the CT05 stalling until new owners were confirmed. This weekend Caterham will be introducing a raft of upgrades to the CT05, which they hope will vault them into contention for 10th place in the Constructors' championship. "We’re aiming to make real progress in Belgium, and that will make the whole weekend even better for the team and for me," he...
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